Project Africa

Ministry Partners in Africa

 
Christ Church Christian Care Centre (5Cs) 

 

The 5C’s is an orphanage that was founded and is currently operated by Pastor Mike Sunker in an extremely impoverished region of Johannesburg, South Africa called Hillsborough. The ministry currently cares for 42 HIV/AIDs orphans full-time. With additional resources, they have the ability based upon current infrastructure to double the number of children that they care for full-time.

Detailed summary of current ministry needs (pdf)   

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Motshane Hope House Orphanage  (Hope House) 

The Hope House is an orphanage that was founded and is currently operated by Pastor Lewis and Maggie Chomba in an extremely impoverished village in rural Swaziland that has been devastated by the HIV/AIDs pandemic. The orphanage currently cares for 40 children full-time and feeds over 300 other orphans in the village five meals per week. With additional resources, they have the capacity to nearly triple the number of children that they care for full-time. They also have plans to create income generating components, such as animal breeding and farming, to achieve self-sustainability for the ministry.

Detailed summary of current ministry needs (pdf)   

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Ubuhlebethemba Community Development (UBCD)

UBCD is a ministry that is run by Buhle and Themba, long-time ministry partners of IPC, in the historically significant Soweto township outside of Johannesburg, South Africa. Essentially, Buhle and Themba are incarnational missionaries who have chosen to live and minister among some of the most impoverished people in South Africa. In addition pastoring a small community church, counseling, and spiritual mentoring, they serve the needs of the community primarily through a feeding program that provides approximately 200 children four meals per week. With additional support, they have the ability to purchase land and build a church and community center to better serve the needs of the community.

Detailed summary of current ministry needs (pdf)    

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New Life School (New Life) 

New Life is a Christian boarding school that was founded and is currently operated by Pastor Solomon in an impoverished area of Swaziland. The school is committed to the vision of raising godly generations nurtured in Christian values, and plays a unique role in standing in the gap posed by moral decay in Swaziland, the HIV/AIDs pandemic, and rampant poverty. The focus is to use Biblical principles to catch them “young” to mold character. With additional resources, they will be able to expand the number of students and make much needed capital improvement, such as the completion of a cafeteria.

Detailed summary of current ministry needs (pdf)   

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Paul Siaki Family

Paul is the brother of Dave Siaki, a long-time ministry partner of IPC. He is a missionary with OC International and has been ministering in Johannesburg, South Africa for 14 years with his wife Babara, and three children. For the past 7 years he has served as the senior pastor of Ruimsig Community Anglican church. Paul was also the person responsible for introducing IPC to our other four ministry partners in South Africa and Swaziland.

Detailed summary of current ministry needs (pdf)   

 
 
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