In 2013, World Renew began work in the community of Ng’enda, Kenya. With funding from the Northern Alberta Diaconal Conference of Canada and the support of our local partner, Anglican Development Services of Mt. Kenya, we began—as we usually do—by talking with the community itself.
For many Nicaraguans, the effects of the past year's political violence, upheaval, and uncertainty here were traumatic....We join the many who also say “God is faithful and will get us through this.
MOZAMBIQUE - We are excited to share with you a testimony directly from someone who has experienced great change. Please meet Rose Jose. She and her husband have been great champions for changing mindsets about child and maternal health.
UGANDA - Phiona Ayebazibwe, 33, is a mother of one living in Karujanga village in Katuna town council, Kabale district, Uganda. Phiona has HIV.
Clean water is critical to a healthy life. When a community does not have clean water, women and young girls are often the ones walking a great distance to get water from another source. People who drink unclean water are also at a greater risk for serious health problems such as diarrhea and parasites.