Global Impact

Mwana Ministries

Mwana Ministries is a Scottish Charity that seeks to improve the lives of children in Africa by reaching them with the good news of Jesus Christ and providing opportunities to further their education. Mwana Ministries was founded, and is led, by Janey and Evans Mukomba, who work with a wonderful team of staff and volunteers to deliver projects. Janey and Evans married in 2011, and live in Lusaka, Zambia with their twins, Kimberley and Daniel. The three arms of the charity encompass Mwana Media, Mwana Mission and Mwana Action.

Mwana Ministries

Lusaka, zambia
www.mwanaministries.org

WEC International​

WEC International takes the good news to the peoples and nations who have yet to hear it: the good news that Christ came to bring forgiveness of sins and peace with God, and to displace hatred with love. Listening to, serving and walking alongside local people, we form disciples, expecting to see churches flourish in cultures where Christ is little known. This involves us in many diverse activities, as fits local needs, including: youth work, teaching, medical work, music and the arts, Bible translation and literacy, work with addicts and children in crisis, business skills and helping local Christians share the gospel cross-culturally. WEC is committed to finding new, creative and culturally-relevant ways of doing mission.

wec International

global
www.wec-uk.org

Meider Jonno Asha means ‘Hope for girls’

We have been working to help the poor of the Dhaka slums for more than 15 years. Beginning with rescue work amongst young street girls of the Gulshan area of the city, Asha has progressively educated many hundreds of illiterate teenagers, provided workshops and training in hand craft skills and supported families through flooding, ill health and loss.

meider jonno ASHA / Hope for girls

Bangladesh
www.mjasha.org.uk

sara

missions worker

Dignity Freedom Network​

Dignity and Freedom for the poor, the marginalised and the outcastes in South Asia. Our aim is to see the poor, marginalised and outcastes of society transition to living in Dignity and Freedom. Our programmes are designed, led and staffed by nationals, with a holistic approach focusing on four key areas: Education, Healthcare, Economic Empowerment and Trafficking Prevention.

Dignity Freedom Network

South Asia
www.dfn.org.uk

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