Love& Compasion for Orphans

Poverty, at its most extreme form, is destitution. It’s trying to survive without even the most basic of needs, like food, water or shelter. For sub-Saharan Africa, that’s the reality for almost half of the population.

Africa is the poorest continent on earth by a long shot. With the exception of three, 28 of the poorest countries in the world are in Africa.

You and Christian efforts against poverty can play a role in solving this problem.

Our program serves the needy children from kisoro, one of the poorest people.


A continent of children: Africa

  • Half of the continent’s population is children, up to 20% of which are disabled.
  • An ever-increasing number are growing up stunted because of the challenges of malnutrition.
  • Diseases like HIV/AIDS are leaving kids orphaned and in charge of their households at very young ages. An estimated 50 million orphans live in Africa.
  • Malaria kills 3,000 African children per day.
  • With a population expected to more than double by 2050, even fewer resources will be available to go around without dramatic change.



Difficult conditions

  • The infrastructure that most of the world takes for granted is missing or severely limited in Africa. 589 million sub-Saharan Africans live without electricity and cook by burning whatever they can find.
  • Water and sanitation issues cost these countries more than the total economic aid they receive. Of all of the people in the world without access to safe water, almost 40% live in Africa.
  • Hunger is a major issue, and Africa is producing less food per person, with the average plot of land being too small to feed a family.

A solvable issue, with our efforts put together, we can restore hope for the children around the world.

Will you support our cause to day???


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