Services We Provide

Health & Social Services

The Health and Social Services team serve through:

  • Child and Family Care Services strengthens families, working with them to address their pressing social issues.
  • Health Screenings and HIV Programs which offer screening clinic regrading blood pressure, diabetes, pregnancy, HIV and CD-4 testing, along with general health counselling.
  • Crisis Food Relief through which we assess needs and provide temporary food support while helping people pursue means of sustaining themselves.

Economic & Skills Development

At the heart of community development is teaching individuals to be self-sustainable. Our Economic & Skill Development programs are doing just that:

  • Sewing Program teaches basic sewing skills through to fashion and product design. The process equips participants with skills to start their own small business or pursue their career goals in clothing design.
  • Employment Preparation and Computer training programs provide high school students and unemployed community members receive basic technology skills needed to access more employment opportunities and enhance their education as well as learn the skills they need to stand out and progress on the job.
  • HouseHold Gardening shows an emphasis on sustainable food sources for families and appropriate technology. Offered in several settings and formats, it equips both household gardeners and larger-scale farmers with technical skills, management principles and biblical keys to understand the potential of our God-given resources.
  • Education & Leadership Development

    Community Development is an investment. An investment into the lives of all community members. What better place to start then with the children. We offer educational programs for children from ages 5-18.

    “Simunye Time”, the after-school program, serves 80-100 children and youth each day, providing a nutritious snack,a safe environment for play and learning in a community with a literacy rate below 50%.

    Live Out Loud is a four-year leadership development course for high school students (Grade 9-12) who demonstrate a high level of motivation and leadership among their peers.

    School Outreach through Seed of Hope’s life skills program reaches 700 grade 7 and 8 students each week in 5 local schools.