People in Mission

Africa

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We work at Gahini Hospital, a large mission hospital serving a rural community in Eastern Rwanda. Steve is a qualified surgeon and Catriona an anaesthetist, and we provide a […]
Imagine if your education had to stop after primary school. How different would your life be? In Tanzania, to proceed to government-provided secondary education, pupils must pass primary school […]
Maridi has suffered from more than 50 years of civil war within Sudan and South Sudan. Education, social services and healthcare are scarce. Life is tough but most people […]
Kisoro is a very poor area, struggling with the challenges of AIDS, malaria and refugees from DR Congo and Rwanda. Founded in 2012, Potter’s Village is a small medical […]
Since 2013, more than 300,000 people have fled from South Sudan to the Gambella region of Ethiopia. St Frumentius’ Anglican Theological College provides support and training for current and […]
Patricia is using her clinical and teaching skills to support and develop the palliative medical team and support the local doctors in their general medical work. She also hopes […]
In 2006 Todd McGregor was appointed as an assistant bishop, tasked with forming a new diocese in Southern Madagascar. Bishop Todd is a passionate evangelist and under his leadership […]
Due to the civil war in South Sudan which began in 2013, there are over a million South Sudanese refugees currently living in Uganda. Many are living in settlements […]
I am involved in day to day teaching at Archbishop Janani Luwum Theological College, Gulu, as well as mentoring students one-to-one. I also lead the English service at Christ […]
To represent CMS-Africa in Burundi is to facilitate and coordinate all activities of CMS-Africa in that country. To be an adviser, a person of contact and reporter of the […]
The Rehema Project benefits women and children in crisis – who don’t have food, clothing, or shelter and who are susceptible to all sorts of illnesses because of malnutrition. […]
The churches’ presence in the community is noticeable, but there is little transformation taking place due to the fact that the church is ill equipped; this leads to the […]

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