Education

Sunrise Christian School began in 2005, with 20 children. Today, Sunrise Christian School provides formal Christian education to over 520 children. The school continues to provide 2 meals per day for each child. Hope and mercy mission continues to seek a sustainable funding source for the school. Due to the severe poverty of the area, parental contributions are minimal. Local agricultural projects help to reduce costs but outside funding is severely needed. Sunrise Christian School continues to provide for the spiritual, physical and social needs of the children in the school and community.

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  • Education
  • Education
  • Education
  • Education
  • Education
  • Education
  • Education

Medical

Ongoing care is provided for HIV/AIDS patients. In cooperation with local government planning is under way to provide immunizations against six deadly diseases. Mobile clinics in surrounding villages treat about 2500 people annually. Hope and mercy health clinic provides care to well over 500 people on a regular basis. The physical structure for the clinic was built in 2009 and currently employs a full-time nurse. Distributions of mosquito nets and education reduce the risks of disease. Foundational training sessions have been provided to over 35 midwives, focusing on sanitation, medical practices, infant and mother care. These midwives have been provided with basic supplies.

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  • Medical
  • Medical
  • Medical
  • Medical
  • Medical

Safe Water

A well, constructed in 2010, provides the entire village with clean drinking water, virtually eliminating water borne illnesses. An electric pump and generator provides 2,640 gallons of water every two days.

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  • Safe Water
  • Safe Water
  • Safe Water
  • Safe Water

Agriculture

Through kind contributions, hope and mercy mission has provided goats and pigs to families as a means to generate small household income. Sunrise Christian School is home to several milking cows, a few chickens, goats and pigs. A school farm was developed in 2008 and continues to provide food for students, thus reducing the operating costs of the mission. Our hope is to expand the farm, making the school more self-sustainable.

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  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture

Elderly Care

After a visit in 2011, a need was realized and through that vision a home for elderly will be completed in 2013 which will provide physiotherapy, nutrition, medication, bible study and fellowship

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  • Elderly Care
  • Elderly Care
  • Elderly Care
  • Elderly Care
  • Elderly Care
  • Elderly Care

Pastors Alliance

Believing that a healthy church is the key to healthy communities, Hope and Mercy Mission continues to work with local churches.

  • 4 Pastor's Alliances have been organized and provided with training in ministry.
  • Over 32 pastors sent to bible school since 2009
  • Over 1800 bibles have been distributed among churches.
  • Over 5000 people have been reached with the gospel through seminars, showing the Jesus film and other outreaches.
  • Over 8 churches have been built or repaired.
  • Over 20 bicycles have been donated to the pastors.
  • Two books for Discipleship resources have been written, translated and printed.
  • Conferences for Church leaders are conducted twice a year.
  • Bible teaching conferences are held twice a year for believers in local churches.

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  • Pastors Alliance
  • Pastors Alliance
  • Pastors Alliance
  • Pastors Alliance

Seeds of Hope Vocational

Training program for entrepreneurs conducted in 2011

Projects in planning stage:

  • Elderly Care
  • Vocational training and resources
  • Hospice Training and care


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