Food Security

John Lokeno

Too often, community development projects rely on outside resources, which create an unhealthy environment of dependency. John Lokeno hopes to do the opposite—to inspire and equip local people to determine their own future with their own resources.

Linn Gann

Linn Gann works in collaboration with the Church of South india and RCA churches, businesses and individuals. As a CSI co-worker, the goal is to come alongside the indigenous Church and the marginalized in South India to equip and encourage through mutual learning in ministry: children will be filled with an outpouring of hope, families will find dignity by becoming self-reliant, and whole communities will be praising God.
 

Children's Feeding Program

The Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP) Women in Development Groups carries out the Children's Feeding Program. The goal of the program is to rescue the lives of at-risk Malawian children under the age of five by providing monthly distributions of a high protein energy supplement. A child is considered rescued when his or her weight enters the normal weight-for-age range on the World Health Organization's health chart and stays there for three consecutive months.

Jeremy & Susan Beebout

Medical and agricultural development needs are extreme in Niger, one of the poorest countries in the world. Niger has only a rudimentary health system, so disease is widespread, and the country is always teetering on the edge of famine.

Jeremy and Susan Beebout work with the Evangelical Church of the Republic of Niger (EERN) to build ministry programs, enabling Nigerien Christians to share Christ's love with the people of Niger by addressing their health and agricultural needs.

Adrian & Bernardeth Bobb-Kelly

The east coast of Nicaragua is one of the poorest area of an already poor country. That's where Dr. Bernardeth Kelly Bent and pastor Adrián Bobb provide public health and medical services, as well as spiritual and pastoral education, to the population. They are the founders of Tabitha’s House Bluefields (THB), a ministry that works in partnership with the Moravian Church in Nicaragua. They have two children, Abebja and Abayomi.

Adrián and Bernardeth serve in partnership with Tabitha House.