Self-Sustaining Partnerships





SELF-SUSTAINING PARTNERSHIPS

Bolivia, South America

BLV03 - Camiri Trades Training Institute


A Trades Training Institute has been set-up in association with the Camiri Bible Institute to provide practical training for the students so they can support themselves as they work to grow the church in towns and villages throughout Bolivia.



Partnership Ref.:

BLV03

Commenced:

22/04/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Bolivia, South America

BLV04 - Carpentry Workshop


Eli and Raquel Antelo have undergone training at the Bible School in Camiri and have now moved to the town of San Juan del Pirai with the intention of establishing a church there. This partnership will provide the funds necessary for them to purchase a carpentry shop as an income generating business.



Partnership Ref.:

BLV04

Commenced:

11/11/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02a - Leadership Development


There are a number of key people involved in the development of new churches in Northern Ethiopia. It is important to continue developing and encouraging them so 3 to 4 training sessions per year are organised for the church planters and for existing and emerging church leaders. These give them new skills and develop them so they can be more effective in the difficult circumstances in which they live.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02a

Commenced:

15/05/2005

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02b - Care Centre at Gondar


There are many widows living on the streets of Ethiopian cities. In Gondar our partners have done something about it. They approached the local council to identify some of the most vulnerable elderly people. They were allocated 58 and in partnership with the local Council, who designated a building, each day the widows come from begging on the streets for a meal.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02b

Commenced:

7/07/2007

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02c - Support of Key Leaders


At the heart of the Ethiopia partnership is the desire to grow the church in Northern Ethiopia. This growth is two-fold, to see existing leaders develop more skills and to empower them, and to facilitate the establishment of churches in new areas by sending out and equipping people to plant new churches.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02c

Commenced:

15/05/2005

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02k - Blind Youth Education Scholarship


There are many young people in Ethiopia whose sight has been severely compromised. There are many reasons for this, poor eye care, rural accidents, mineral deficiencies and congenital problems. All the ones on this programme developed eye issues as children or young people.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02k

Commenced:

11/11/2011

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02l - Care Centre at Asezo


Asezo is one of the poorest parts of the city of Gondar. Many people live there and in that mix, many vulnerable old people try to survive. Many are disabled or blind and there is no social welfare programme to care for the poor.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02l

Commenced:

13/12/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH02m - Care Centre at Tikil Dingay


Life in rural villages and towns in Ethiopia is not easy, especially for the elderly. Many find themselves unable to look after themselves and take to the streets, begging to survive. This programme aims to give these elderly people some dignity in the last days of their lives and to keep them nourished.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH02m

Commenced:

13/12/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Ethiopia, Africa

ETH03 - Income Generation - Secondary School


BHW has been involved in a number of partnerships in Ethiopia since 2005. The intention has always been to develop some form of income generation there to enable these programmes to become self-sustainable.



Partnership Ref.:

ETH03

Commenced:

15/03/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education, Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


India, Asia

IND10 - Balm Product


Vidya Sagar is a Christian entrepreneur. In this instance he has started producing balm for sale to Christian workers. They then on sell the balm for a profit and are able to support themselves in ministry from the sales. A small factory has been built and the balm is now being produced and distributed.



Partnership Ref.:

IND10

Commenced:

25/09/2006

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


India, Asia

IND12 - Bright Hope Nagaland - Farm Development


Nagaland, in the north-east of India is one of the least developed states on the sub-continent. It is made up of difficult terrain and is politically unstable. Many of the local people are struggling to make a living. Bright Hope Nagaland is an attempt by a group of local people to introduce hope and change to their local communities.



Partnership Ref.:

IND12

Commenced:

25/04/2006

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


India, Asia

IND12a - Rural Health Care Development


Along the Indo Myanmar border there is a great deal of poverty and neither government has effective policies to deal with the underlying issues. Bright Hope Nagaland (BHN) has a clear strategy and has already started implementing it. Their focus is the health of the poor after running a number of medical clinics along the border.



Partnership Ref.:

IND12a

Commenced:

18/02/2015

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Humanitarian, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


India, Asia

IND14 - Nicodemus Ministry Rural Village Development - Computer Centre


Nicodemus Ministry has started a school in Bareilly. One of the key goals of the school is to be a community centre where training and interaction with the local community can occur. This specific part of the partnership is to set up a computer training centre.



Partnership Ref.:

IND14

Commenced:

25/02/2016

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Evangelism / Church Planting, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


India, Asia

IND15 - Naya Bihani Poverty Reduction Programme


This partnership involves the establishment of a micro-loan programme to provide poor, unemployed and widowed villagers the opportunity to develop small scale income producing enterprises focusing primarily on chicken, goat and pig farming, growing produce for sale, or small shops (e.g. tailoring or tea shops). Naya Bihani means "new morning", a name our partners chose to point to a new day, a new beginning and a new hope for the people involved in the programme.



Partnership Ref.:

IND15

Commenced:

25/09/2014

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN03c - FOB Revolving Fund


This is a micro-enterprise fund for small scale loans that will provide employment and income for ministry in the future. More than 80 families are already benefiting from this fund.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN03c

Commenced:

12/12/2003

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN05 - Bob Abdalla - Tailoring Business


Bob Abdalla is a church planter/pastor in the west of Kenya near Kisumu. In the post-election violence in 2008 his wife's tailoring business was destroyed therefore taking away their only income source.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN05

Commenced:

25/04/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN07a - DOVE Africa - Eshel Garden


Eshel Garden is a Foundations for Farming demonstration garden where training seminars will be held to create awareness of improved farming methods in an effort to enhance food security and reduce poverty in this area of Kenya.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN07a

Commenced:

3/03/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN12a - Nyamasore Women's Water Project


There is an acute shortage of clean accessible water in Nyamasore village and the people depend on Lake Victoria as their main and only source of water for all their domestic needs. About 10 years ago the lake was easily accessible and the water was clean enough for human consumption. However, it has now been covered by water hyacinth which makes it hard to access the clean water.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN12a

Commenced:

28/03/2019

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN13 - Kisumu Vulnerable Women and Children


For many years the church in Kisumu has had to deal with poor families and children. Currently there are around 20 children being assisted with education costs which is a large burden for the church. Part of the solution to this is to empower some women and to start up a small business where they can sell embroidery products and food items.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN13

Commenced:

25/05/2017

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Humanitarian, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Kenya, Africa

KEN13a - Chicken Income Generation


This project is a small scale income generation activity to support the vulnerable in the community in which Pastor Bob lives and pastors a church. The church has been assisting vulnerable widows and children to get to school and start up small businesses with some success but they desire to start their own income generation to increase the resources available.



Partnership Ref.:

KEN13a

Commenced:

26/10/2017

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Madagascar, Africa

MAD01 - Project Namana Micro-Finance Programme


Namana is the Malagasy word for friend, and expresses our desire to come alongside the socially and economically isolated poor of Madagascar to give them a better future through micro loans. They will also be trained in entrepreneurial skills, Biblical values and basic economics.



Partnership Ref.:

MAD01

Commenced:

6/06/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Madagascar, Africa

MAD02 - South Androy Development Project


Ambovombe Androy is deep in the South of Madagascar on the coast. It is regarded as one of the poorest places on the country. The majority of the people depend on relief and are deeply entrapped in inter-generational cycles of poverty.



Partnership Ref.:

MAD02

Commenced:

29/04/2014

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Myanmar, Asia

MYA04 - Peace Children's Home and Internet Cafe


The Peace Children's Home was established in 2003 and exists to bring healing to orphaned or abandoned children by providing an environment where they can grow strong emotionally, physically and spiritually, and become healthy adults and productive citizens. The plan is to start an internet cafe as a way of providing funds for the Children's Home.



Partnership Ref.:

MYA04

Commenced:

25/07/2010

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Myanmar, Asia

MYA06 - Bright Network Micro-loan Programme


Poverty is rife in the suburbs of Yangon. Many people cannot make ends meet, even people with jobs struggle to clothe, feed, house and educate their families. Along with that, a number of recent climate events have added pressure onto families who have little to fall back on economically.



Partnership Ref.:

MYA06

Commenced:

10/11/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Nepal, Asia

NEP02b - Ray Of Hope Society - Community Development, Nawal Parasi


There are many communities in Nepal that are not developing and in which there are inadequate facilities and incentives to grow. Nawal Parasi was developed to provide opportunities for agriculture and medical growth by the Ray of Hope Society.



Partnership Ref.:

NEP02b

Commenced:

25/08/2008

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Nepal, Asia

NEP02c - Ray Of Hope Society - Poultry Farm


The Ray of Hope Society has been at work in Nawal Parasi providing opportunities for the community through agricultural schemes and medical facilities. This partnership focused on the development of a 3,000 bird poultry farm to provide sustainable income and employment for local families, access to cheaper eggs for the community, and a means to generate funds for use in other evangelistic endeavours within Nepal.



Partnership Ref.:

NEP02c

Commenced:

15/08/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Pakistan, Asia

PAK01e - Faisalabad clothing business


For two years BHW has been supporting sewing training courses near to Faisalabad. This project is to enable the women who have been trained to sew to earn a better living for their families by sewing garments for sale.



Partnership Ref.:

PAK01e

Commenced:

25/03/2017

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Pakistan, Asia

PAK02 - EGM Computer Training Centre


There are many young people in Pakistan who struggle to gain significant employment. To gain an advantage over others in the competitive market it's important to be as well trained in computers as possible. Information technology is a very important field in which to be proficient.



Partnership Ref.:

PAK02

Commenced:

25/11/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Pakistan, Asia

PAK04 - EGM Friends Fashion Centre


Edward Qasar and his father, Pastor Manzoor Jalal, have had a long term vision to establish a sewing factory in Lahore to both provide employment for local people and generate income for their ministry in Pakistan. The plan is to develop this factory so that eventually it will employ around 300 people.



Partnership Ref.:

PAK04

Commenced:

25/05/2011

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Pakistan, Asia

PAK06a - Computer Training Courses


For a number of years BHW has been supporting a sewing programme in Rawat township. Many women have been trained to sew and now are able to support their families because of this. As well, at the request of the community, adult literacy classes were run, mainly to help the local Christian adults to learn to read. On the back of these two successful programmes the young people in Rawat have asked for a computer training programme.



Partnership Ref.:

PAK06a

Commenced:

27/07/2016

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Peru, South America

PER03a - Personal support of Jose Isabel Ayay


Jose Isabel is involved in visiting villages in and around Cajamarca each week to share the gospel and has weekly meetings with various non-Christian families. He is also involved in helping with translation work for Wycliffe translating the Bible into Quechua. Bright Hope has a carpentry shop project that has enabled him to become self supporting (see PER03b).



Partnership Ref.:

PER03a

Commenced:

25/07/2002

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Peru, South America

PER03b - Carpentry Shop


This was set up to support Jose Isabel Ayay's missionary work (PER03a) and enable him to do more frequent evangelism visits. They are hoping to purchase more equipment to make the shop more productive.



Partnership Ref.:

PER03b

Commenced:

25/07/2005

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Peru, South America

PER05a - Personal support of Jorge Asto


Jorge is involved in various ministries including a church plant situation that now has 70 members. They are planning a church plant in a village called San Juan when the church membership reaches 150. Jorge and his wife Cecilia have two childen.



Partnership Ref.:

PER05a

Commenced:

25/04/2005

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Peru, South America

PER05b - Chicken farm


The church at Centro Christiana Vida is currently running a trial chicken farm in Cajamarca. The purpose is to generate some profit to fund church planting in the Cajamarca region. The intention is to expand the chicken farm to fully fund Jorge Asto and his family as church planters. The chicken farm should be self supporting in six months.



Partnership Ref.:

PER05b

Commenced:

25/01/2008

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Philippines, Asia

PHI11 - ECPM income generation


ECPM is looking to start a business refilling printer ink cartridges as an income generation activity to start the process of self-sustainability.



Partnership Ref.:

PHI11

Commenced:

14/04/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Papua New Guinea, Asia

PNG01a - Rice mills, Kelabo and Arou


Kelabo and Arou towns are in the Southern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. They are rural communities that are struggling with the huge increases in food prices, especially of rice. The churches in these towns have realised they can do something to assist their communities so they sent selected people to attend a training programme to learn how to grow rice. They then returned to their communities and have grown rice as a model. A mill will be put into each village to encourage the development.



Partnership Ref.:

PNG01a

Commenced:

25/07/2008

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Humanitarian, Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Papua New Guinea, Asia

PNG01b - Rice mill - CLTC


The Christian Leaders Training College (CLTC) has been runing a rice growing training programme since 2006 and as part of this programme they were keen to install a rice mill so trainees could also learn how to mill the rice.



Partnership Ref.:

PNG01b

Commenced:

25/06/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Papua New Guinea, Asia

PNG01c - Hauna Rice Economic Development Project (HREDP)


Largely on account of its isolation, Hauna village and the Wokoma area of the Sepik Valley have suffered from benign neglect. Consequently the 3,000 people (approximately) who live in Hauna and the surrounding villages are facing big financial difficulties now.



Partnership Ref.:

PNG01c

Commenced:

25/09/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Humanitarian

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Thailand, Asia

THA01d - Income Generation Project for Church Planters


Many Thai church planters are working in small villages where the new church is not able to fully support them and their families. Mushroom cultivation has proven to be an effective means of providing partial support for pastors and church planters as it does not require full-time commitment to working on the project.



Partnership Ref.:

THA01d

Commenced:

25/07/2010

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Thailand, Asia

THA09 - Frog farm


Frog farming is a very viable income-generation project that will result in church planters and their families being totally self-supporting.



Partnership Ref.:

THA09

Commenced:

21/10/2011

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Thailand, Asia

THA10 - Vision Thailand Corn Project


Vision Thailand is the coordinating body for a growing church planting movement among the poor and unreached in Thailand. They are focused on training and long term mentoring of new national leaders who build small, largely self-sustaining churches that replicate themselves.



Partnership Ref.:

THA10

Commenced:

25/06/2017

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA02a - Uganda loan boost programme


In the East of Uganda two existing loan programmes have been successful and a number of participants now want to take out larger loans that have extended repayment periods.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA02a

Commenced:

25/10/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA04d - On the Rock Poultry Project


Many refugees in Uganda live in extreme poverty, made worse by the fact the homes they are allocated are in the rockiest places meaning they are unable to grow crops.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA04d

Commenced:

17/07/2018

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA06 - Gen Obango Lira widows loan programme


This micro-loan programme assists local women, widows and single parents to support their families by establishing and growing their small businesses.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA06

Commenced:

25/02/2010

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans

Funding Size:

$3,000 - $7,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA07 - Rukungiri income generation programme


This area is known in Uganda as a cattle and dairy farming area. It is fertile and there are many very large farms and ranches. Using dairy cows to generate income therefore has good potential to support the key people financially and to assist the poor in the area to become self-sustaining.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA07

Commenced:

3/03/2012

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA07a - Marumba Christian School, Rukungiri


Marumba Christian School is a community school located in the village of Marumba. It has been established to help less privileged children attain a better quality of education and to be imparted with spiritual values.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA07a

Commenced:

21/04/2013

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Uganda, Africa

UGA07b - EM Fund Uganda


BHW has been partnering with Emmanuel Mission for a number of years and various programmes have been initiated. They have proved to be a very reliable partner and they have worked very faithfully in the various endeavours. A number of new initiatives have recently been proposed to BHW. This partnership is to establish a loan fund in Uganda to develop various projects from there, rather than for each one of them to have to come back to BHW for approval and facilitation.



Partnership Ref.:

UGA07b

Commenced:

20/10/2017

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Micro-enterprise / Micro-loans, Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM01a - Personal support of Gershom and Jenipher Kasongo


Gershom and Jenipher have proved themselves as trusted and active partners over a number of years. Gershom has been involved in church planting since 1987 and has planted more than 20 churches in the Kawambwa area.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM01a

Commenced:

1/01/2002

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM01c - KERO Farm


KERO farms has been set up to support the orphans in Beracah Orphan Care and to provide employment for people in the local area. The local chief has granted Bright Hope 300 hectares in three locations.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM01c

Commenced:

1/01/2002

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM01d - KERO Farms Development


KERO farm has been set up to provide employment for people and support the orphans in Beracah Orphans. This year requires the purchase of some equipment to change this from being a small scale peasant farm into a commercial operation: an ox cart, a solar irrigation pump, barbed wire, 7 animals and 1,000 banana plants. The plan is that by 2010 the place will be self sustaining.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM01d

Commenced:

20/12/2008

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development

Funding Size:

$15,000 - $99,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM04 - Personal support of Oliver Mulenga


Oliver Mulenga is an entrepreneur, church planter and evangelist. He has established his own block making business as well as the other business activities. BHW supports him to enable him to create resources for the kingdom of God.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM04

Commenced:

25/03/2002

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM07a - Personal support of Lonard and Rosemary Daka


Personal support of Leonard & Rosemary Daka working with orphans in Chipata, Zambia. They are key leaders and oversee 50 orphans in their own village, another 45 in other villages and the development of a Community School.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM07a

Commenced:

25/03/2002

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM10b - Personal support of Jeremiah and Faides Chiyesu


Jeremiah and Faides are the key people on the ground in Kamatipa. They tend their own farm, lead the small church of about 100 people, and care for the orphans. Jeremiah is originally from Angola and from time to time goes back there to help his people and teach in the churches.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM10b

Commenced:

1/01/2008

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM11b - Support of Dick and Anita Mumba


Sometimes you meet people who make an immediate impression on you. Dick and Anita are like that. They have five children of their own but have a real love, care and concern for the many vulnerable children in Zambia and have spent many years in ministry with children.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM11b

Commenced:

1/01/2006

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Evangelism / Church Planting, Orphans & Vulnerable Children

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM14a - Kaishe Orphan Care Group


Charles Chibale Chola lives in the remote rural village of Kaishe. After observing the SCCP project that was developing in Samfya he went back to his area and talked to the church leaders. They formed an association to care for the vulnerable children in their community. There are six churches in six small villages covering about 5 kms of the road. They discovered 193 orphans and have registered them.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM14a

Commenced:

1/01/2007

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM14b - Personal support of Charles Chibale Chola


Charles is the key person in this partnership at Kaishe. He has an ideal little farm plot to look after himself. He also travels extensively to preach the gospel, frequently into the DRC which is a few kilometres from this village. We have been providing a small level of support to supplement his income.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM14b

Commenced:

1/01/2007

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Orphans & Vulnerable Children, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM18a&d - Samfya Bible School Agricultural Teacher


Samfya Bible School is a key provider of training in the Luapula Province of Zambia. Every year they train about 30 people who become pastors, evangelists, church planters and change agents in their communities. They produce high quality graduates, many of whom are making a huge impact on their communities.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM18a&d

Commenced:

25/05/2001

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Training / Education, Evangelism / Church Planting

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


Zambia, Africa

ZAM26b - Chisasa Grinding Mill


For a number of years BHW has been supporting a partnership in Chisasa, ZAM15. This involves the support of vulnerable children and getting them into school. The leadership also want to develop self sustaining programmes to start generating their own funds and have a number of plans to do that.



Partnership Ref.:

ZAM26b

Commenced:

25/02/2009

Funding Status:

Completed - Self-sustaining

Partnership Type:

Community / Agriculture Development, Training / Education

Funding Size:

$0 - $2,999


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