Amos Health and Hope seeks to raise $541,622 by June 2022 to develop a replicable and scalable program to empower local volunteer mothers to facilitate breastfeeding, parent-child bonding and early childhood stimulation in the communities, thereby decreasing the long-term impact of the current Nicaragua crisis on their children and families.
Generally, education in African countries is not free, and funds raised here will help prevent gaps in students’ education.
This project is to provide 20 scholarships to the 2019 Global Baptist Peace Conference, the latest in a series of international gatherings that have been sparking grassroots peacemaking movements around the world since 1988.
This project seeks to raise $34,500 per year for the next three years to build on an already successful project implemented in 2012 to train and equip people in South Africa who are living in poverty to breed chickens for food and income.
This project aims to reduce health disparities for low-income families, helping to prevent, reduce and treat disease, promote good health behaviors and empower local leaders to foster community development.