Health Care Program
We are working with our partners in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Sierra Leone and Zambia to provide access to health care services for tens of thousands. In Cameroon, your support has helped us to construct a clinic and a primary school.
“The people of Sierra Leone are lovely and hospitable. However, they are limited by illiteracy, joblessness and difficulties of accessing the basic necessities of life. Your support is contributing immensely in alleviating the suffering of the masses. Your assistance will create lasting impact on the lives of children yet unborn. Women who were mostly affected during the war, who could not afford to provide a day’s meal for themselves and a basic maternal care they need to survive, but now, the pregnant women do have maternal care. Thank you!”
Reverend Francis A. M. Mambu. Faith Healing Development Organization Founder and Executive Director, Sierra Leone
Our partners include:
OUR IMPACT IN 2019
people in Sierra Leone received medical care, counseling and health education at three clinics operated by Faith Healing Development Organization and supported by Bread and Water for Africa®.
individuals received basic health care services at the Kebeneti Dispensary in Kenya.
individuals received medical care through donated medicines at Salale University’s healthcare programs at four hospitals and eleven clinics in Ethiopia.
Their names are Darrel, Ema, Makanaka, Nyarai and Margaret and they among the dozens of orphaned and abandoned African children who have found loving homes at children’s homes — Lewa Children’s Home in Kenya, Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre in Zambia, and the...
For over20 years, Bread and Water for Africa® has been working in Sub-Saharan African countries such as Sierra Leone, Kenya, Cameroon, Ethiopia, and Zambia to ensure that expectant mothers are able to safely give birth to healthy baby girls and boys.hos Through our...
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