When Restored was founded in 2010, we brought together an international alliance of Christian organisations dedicated to ending violence against women and girls, equipping the church to face the challenge of domestic abuse. We have over 90 members representing Christians from around the world. Violence against women is a problem so vast that it can seem insurmountable, but, together, we are changing the story for women, empowering the Church to challenge gender injustice, and bringing hope to men, women and girls all over the world.
28 Too Many is a values based FGM organisation funded by supporters and donations, created to help eradicate Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the twenty-eight countries within Africa where it is still practiced. Founded in 2010 by Ann Marie Wilson, it is based on Christian values and takes a stand against FGM (also known as Female Genital Cutting).
ACET works to bring hope to those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in a country where economic meltdown has made the plight of those on the margins of society so much worse.
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Anglican Church of Congo - Bukavu Diocese
We seek to nurture, reconcile people with God and themselves and proclaim the love of God through his son, Jesus Christ.
Anglican Women's Fellowship South Africa
The Anglican Women’s Fellowship has 8000 members in the 24 dioceses of the Anglican Church of Southern Africa. AWF has programmes that support the wellness of women, including encouraging them to speak out against gender-based violence.
AFDI-CI is an association of women fighting against all forms of violence against women and working towards peace and reconciliation in the country. AFDI-CI campaigns holistically for women’s needs both physical and spiritual. AFDI-CI has been at the fore-front of the campaign to stop all violence against women particularly female genital mutilation. http://www.afdi-coteivoire.org/actualites.php?id=88
ACT is based in Mumbai and partners with the local church for urban transformation.
Authentic Justice aims to create a blue print in hard to reach areas for the church to reach women who are abused, trafficked, threatened with honour killings and persecution as Christians. Authentic Justice equip the church to reach women in safe houses and training in the production of marketable goods.
Azalea aims to serve and support women and children caught in sexual exploitation via street outreach, the drop-in and befriending.
Beyond the Streets is a UK charity working to end sex trafficking, prostitution and sexual exploitation.
The Boaz Trust is a Christian organisation serving destitute asylum seekers in Greater Manchester. They aim, primarily through the Church, to provide accommodation for those who are homeless, along with food and other essentials. We also provide individual advocacy and support, and campaign for justice in asylum legislation.
We are a church denomination with many congregations. Our mission is to build a community of believers who worship and obey God and share the Good News of Jesus Christ with all people.
CAFOD fund work to ensure women and men in developing countries can make a decent living, access markets. and meet their families' needs long term.
The Cambodian Hope Organisation (CHO) is a Christian NGO based in Poipet, Cambodia. Their vision is to see a network of strong, hope-filled communities, where adequate mental, physical, and spiritual needs are met.
CANA - Christian AIDS HIV National Alliance, is an Indian National Christian (interdenominational) NGO with its headquarters in New Delhi. CANA aims to create, interface and strengthen Church, related organizations and networks towards developing sensitive and effective responses to HIV/AIDS.
CARE is a well-established mainstream Christian charity providing resources and helping to bring Christian insight and experience to matters of public policy and practical caring initiatives. CARE is represented in the UK Parliaments and Assemblies, at the EU in Brussels and the UN in Geneva and New York.
Changed Life Ministries
Changed Life Ministries is a ministry devoted to the revival of the apostolic signs Holy Spirit and unlimited demonstration of the power of God to deliver to the uttermost. Absolute holiness within and without as the greatest spiritual insecticide and a condition for heaven is taught openly.
On women and Gender violence we believe that there are many factors that contribute to gender-based violence mainly against women and girls, although some men and boys are also affected.These include gender roles which encourage boys and men to pin their virility on the use of violence, the consumption of alcohol and substances, the pursuit of multiple sexual partners and the subordination of women. More important is the spiritual warfare within the human being, greed, envy, jealousy, ravages, anger and sexual immorality.
Child Alert International - Burundi
Child Alert International is a young community based organization which is centred on the love of Christ. Our motto is extending the love of Christ to the little children and child mothers. We have three main thematic areas:
We promote and protect the rights of children and child mothers
Provision of shelter, health and feeding to the destitute children and child mothers who are victims of violence
Promote development of practical life skills and education to the vulnerable children and child mothers
Their mission is to help people transform cities by transforming lives. They build ministries to meet the needs of the most desperate people in the world's cities - street kids, prostitutes, orphans, the homeless, the unemployed and the destitute. Ultimately they envision: No place without a witness; No church without a vision; No person without hope.
Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists that the world can, and must, be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes. We work in over forty countries worldwide through six hundred partner organisations.
Christian Aids Taskforce* (CAT) Zimbabwe
CAT is a membership non- governmental organization (NGO) which was established in April 2004 to facilitate an engendered Christian response to HIV/AIDS within congregations and communities in Zimbabwe through carrying out HIV/AIDS awareness raising, education and training programme and the Gender programme.
(CGi)CGi is a network of churches and ministries with a common DNA to build church and extend the kingdom.
CVM are equipping the church to introduce every man in the UK to Jesus Christ.
A church-based unit working towards reconciliation and peace in Sri Lanka, with students, churches, inter-faith groups and civil society organizations.
City Gateway Women's Project (CGWP) UK
The City Gateway Women's Project (CGWP) works with hard-to-reach women from the local community of Tower Hamlets to help them towards social and economic independence, through a holistic programme of community-building, personal development and support, skills training and progression into work.
CCDP Panyam exists to promote the empowerment of less privileged communities for sustainable development.
Coexist Kenya, Kenya
The Coexist Initiative was founded in October 2002 and officially registered in 2005 as a not for profit synergy of men and boys organizations with a commitment to eliminate all forms of violence and depravity against women and girls in Kenya by targeting and working with boys and men as key partners.
Comunidad y Cambio (Community and Change) Argentina
Is a charity which ministry uses “God is love” and “God loves justice” as the basis for their work, in which a team of social workers and other professionals offer to individuals, churches or groups of churches various services. In 2012 Comunidad y Cambio became an independent ministry (previously under Kairos Foundation umbrella. Their four pivot elements of their strategy are: Integral Mission, Development, Advocacy and Campaigning and Art-Liturgy.
CGDC is a Christian relief and development agency charity. CGDC aims to promote climate change, integral mission, non-violence against women, child protection and also provision of emergency support to vulnerable people.
Daughters of Eve is a non profit organisation that works to protect girls and young women who are at risk from female genital mutilation (FGM) by raising awareness about FGM and sign-posting support services they aim to help people who are affected by FGM and ultimately help bring an end to this practice.
DEEP (Development Education and Empowerment of People) India
DEEP provides help and support to all who need that vital push to achieve empowerment. It provide this through education irrespective of caste, creed, religion, gender and age. DEEP also works in adult education, vocational training, life skills education, counselling issues related to domestic violence, women trafficking and child abuse.
We work primarily, but not exclusively, for Christian women (from age 16 years) who are experiencing or have had experience of domestic abuse. Women of other faiths or no faith are equally welcomed. We aim to increase awareness of domestic abuse within Christian communities. By becoming an expression of God’s love in restoring and empowering abused women to their former state, they are then enabled to support and empower other women. Our Hub affords a safe, warm and non-judgemental space where masks can safely be discarded and support and information accessed. It also offers a quiet space to pray, contemplate or just take a ‘breather;’ a Children’s Corner and, when ready, a confidential area for disclosure.
Diocese of Kitgum, Childcare Project Uganda
The project supports women and children, and has taken active part to ensure that children are cared for and protected. It's major activities include HIV/AIDS prevention through voluntary counselling and testing, offering treatment for opportunistic diseases, providing home based care and support, child counselling, nutritional support, a community awareness campaign on hygiene practices, advice on good parental approaches and environmental protection. It works to address gender based violence(GBV) and human rights issues and enable economic empowerment.
Donna Intera* UK
A Christian Counselling service and Training Provider supporting women in developing healthier relationships and breaking the cycle of unhealthy ones. Also includes on line resource for single Christian women and resource ‘He loves Me Not’ by Joanne Robinson.
Our vision is to prevent domestic violence against women - including honour related violence, through education, awareness, & partnership at the front line of Christian-Muslim relations in the UK and Pakistan.
Evangelical Association of Malawi Malawi
EAM brings together Christian churches and organisation in Malawi and implements a range of Integral Mission-based projects.
The Evangelical Fellowship Of India Commission On Relief (EFICOR) is a non-profit organization responding to the needs of the poor and marginalized, empowering them to become self-sustaining communities, experiencing wholistic development. In its 36 years of history, EFICOR has been involved in Relief, Rehabilitation, Development, Environment, Community Organisation, Adult Literacy, AIDS Awareness, Care, Training and Micro-enterprises.
El Shaddai Resource Centre* India
ESRC is a (Faith-based Organization) Christian group that derives its principles and values from the bible, with the aim to Promote holistic social and Spiritual advancement through teaching, training, seminars, workshops and conferences; to create self-esteem through development of human potentials and to assist under-privileged people through means and facilities that will enable them to become independent and self-supporting.
Combats the root causes and lethal effects of abuse, abandonment, and injustice in order to heal families, restore community and transform entire cultures. We promote biblical teachings on the equal worth and potential for unity among all human beings, regardless of gender, ethnicity, social, age, or family status. We seek to emulate the early Christian church in:
PROCLAIMING God’s love for us and its meaning for our relationships with each other;
ASSURING women of God’s love for them and raising the respect and freedom accorded them in family, church, and society
FREEING men from norms of worldly masculinity that lead to violence and despair;
ENCOURAGING unity and equality in marriage;
TRAINING caregivers in dealing with the emotional needs of neglected, abandoned, and abused children;
OVERCOMING the devastating effects of trauma;
DEVELOPING community values that eliminate sexual, ethnic, and other social antagonisms.
Equip Liberia Liberia
EQUIP Liberia is supporting clinics and communities and has trained over 6,000 volunteer Community Health Ambassadors who transform, teach, heal, serve and bring faith to families in their own communities.
Evangelical Congregational Church in Angola – Department of Social Assistance, Studies and Projects (IECA-DASEP)
The Evangelical Congregational Church in Angola (IECA) and its Department of Social Assistance, Studies and projects (DASEP/IECA) was founded by Canadian and American Missionaries early November 1880 in central South of Angola (Huambo province) and carries out important development programmes. It is involved in advocacy at local and national level. DASEP-IECA have shown deep commitment to the rights-based approach to development and their projects are often a point of reference for other development organizations in Angola.
The Evangelical Fellowship of Zambia (EFZ) is a mother body of Christian denominations, local churches, Para church organizations, mission agencies and individuals. EFZ was established in April 1964, for the purpose of providing fellowship among the evangelical missionaries serving in Zambia. It is registered under the Registrar of Societies in Zambia as an NGO, and seeks to advance the Kingdom of God through advocating for social justice through networking at both national and international levels as well as encouraging community participation at grass root levels.
Faith and Freedom enables Christian organisations to effectively understand and address domestic abuse. They aim to raise awareness about domestic abuse and provide education and resources specifically for the Church.
Family Impact Zimbabwe
Family Impact is a fellowship of Christian movements in 10 countries across Africa united by our common vision to build families and transform communities.
FEMDEV (Femmes en Mission pour le development: ) Côte d'Ivoire
FEMDEV (Women with a mission for development) is a non government organisation which invests in a stable future for marginalised and underprivileged women, men, orphans and out of school youth in crisis stricken Côte d'Ivoire by supporting their spiritual, economic and social capacity building and restoration/rehabilitation programmes.
Finchampstead Baptist Church is a growing church, committed to having a positive impact on the community around it. In 2010 they opened the FBC Centre, a fabulous building for the community, which includes a cafe, sports hall, library, children's centre and function rooms.
Flame International* International
Flame International is a UK-based charity that takes teams of trained volunteers from around the world to bring hope through reconciliation and healing to communities suffering the effects of post-conflict trauma. They work mainly within Africa at the request of, and in partnership with, the national and local church and we are now being invited to extend the work in Africa and expand into Europe and the Middle East.
Freedom Firm India
Freedom Firm is a non-profit organization dedicated to the liberation of children enslaved in commercial sexual exploitation, their effective rehabilitation, and to seek justice against those who have profited from their misery.
Frontline Church* UK
Frontline is a large church and charity based in the Wavertree area of Liverpool. They are a non-denominational Christian church with three services on Sundays and are structured around a network of Communities and Small Groups that meet all over the city at various times each month.
Grupo de Estudios Multidisciplinarios sobre Religión e Incidencia Pública (GEMRIP) Argentina
GEMRIP is a space for dialogue, education, research and to analyze the circumstances and problems posed by the contemporary political and public sphere in relation to the various religious phenomena present with an emphasis on Christianity.
Girl Child Network Sierra Leone Sierra Leone
The mission of Girl Child Network Sierra Leone is to have a society where girls enjoy their social, political, and economic rights and walk in the fullness of their potential. The main issues they seek to address include girls’ empowerment. This is through sending girls to school and supporting their talents which will empower them in the long run.
Going Public TIE is part of a charity based in Cardiff that provide Theatre in Education resources for young people in schools, churches and youth groups covering issues in the personal social health economic education curriculum (e.g. self-worth, sex and relationships, alcohol, identity and mental health) emphasising the intrinsic worth of each person alongside biological and physical factors, using professional theatre to engage, inform and inspire young people to believe they are of worth. www.goingpublic.org.uk/schools
The Harvest Charitable Trust* UK
Harvest is a small family charity, launched in 1982, which is committed to the advancement of the Christian faith, especially through literature, and the relief of poverty worldwide. Contact via firstname.lastname@example.org
HEAL Africa is a Christian non-governmental organisation that partners proactively with communities in DR Congo to transform the status of women and bring village life back into balance. Through support of a full-service training hospital in Goma and its community-based initiatives in public health, community development, and conflict resolution, HEAL Africa works with individuals and communities to restore health, build hope, and help create a better future for all people of the DR Congo. Today HEAL Africa helps support a Congolese staff of 28 doctors, 54 nurses, 340+ community development advocates and educators, a small administrative team, and hundreds of Congolese volunteers.
HEED Bangladesh (Health, Education and Economic Development) is a non-profit, non-political and non-governmental organization committed to participate and promote national development through upgrading the socio-economic condition of the disadvantaged and underprivileged people in the society.
HomeMatchMaker is a charity enabling churches to house the homeless in Lincolnshire. The source private investors to fund the houses for peppercorn rents, train volunteers, enable churches to engage with and mentor those living in the home, whilst providing professional support. We dream of every church in Lincolnshire housing the homeless and enabling the homeless to rebuild their lives.
An organisation with a vision to see transformation in the lives of the poorest of the poor with the Agape Love of God in fellowship with the Church and the community. IMCARES works amongst the poorest of the poor in Western India, predominantly in Mumbai, Maharashtra State.
Jesus Cares Ministries is dedicated to working with and empowering the less privileged. They work particularly alongside children and women through education, health services capacity building, social mobilisation, awareness raising, research and advocacy. There is also a focus on prevention and mitigation of HIV, TB, malaria and other illnesses like blindness.
Kawish Resource Centre
Kawish Resource Centre is a Christian advocacy, relief and development organisation working for the social development of vulnerable and less developed communities. It has been affiliated with Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and is committed to establishing a caring, sharing and loving society, where all human beings can access resources, and live with dignity without experiencing discrimination. They give effective participation by providing human and financial resources to vulnerable communities to live a prosperous life. It covers a broad scale of issues and prioritises women protection, education, health and HIV and AIDS, human rights focusing on LGBTI rights, conflict transformation and peace building, and youth and women development.
King's Organization is a Christian NGO founded to serve the most vulnerable particularly in Port-au-Prince in the domains of health and education. It includes a hospital, orphanage and primary school.
Kintsugi Hope is a Christian charity based in the UK striving to make a difference to people's mental wellbeing. They want to see a world where mental and emotional health is understood and accepted, with safe and supportive communities for everyone to grow and flourish.
The Leprosy Mission International
The Leprosy Mission is an international Christian development organisation which is autonomous and works as part of The Leprosy Mission's worldwide family. Our overall vision is a world without leprosy.
Life In Abundance Trust (LIAT) UK/Ecuador
As a Christian charity, they support the work of missionary, Jill Ball, in Santo Domingo de Los Tsáchilas, Ecuador who ministers the love of God in Christ to the poor, disadvantaged, disabled, abused and those with special need; via education, alleviation of poverty, suffering, and the provision of spiritual nourishment through Bible teaching. They have begun a project, with legacy assistance, to address the plight of women and children suffering abuse, both physical and sexual, principally, though not exclusively in a domestic environment.
Livability is the UK's largest Christian disability charity. They run a widen and diverse range of services for disabled adults and children helping them to reach their full potential and develop their independence. They also do Community Engagement work by supporting churches to make their communities a better place to live.
Is a charity working in India providing medical care to poor and orphaned children and training up others to do so. Love the One is more than a medical project, they are passionate about seeing childrens' lives transformed and allowing them to regain their childhood. Love the One has a vision to impact families by not only working with the children, but empowering and advocating for the women so they can see positive lasting changes in their communities.
MK Prayer Network
The MK Prayer Network is a confidential international prayer network, and is part of the prayer ministry of St Andrews Baptist Church, Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
Is a global coalition of Christians holding governments to account for their promise to halve extreme poverty by 2015. It is establishing a global movement to encourage deeper Christian commitment to the poor, and to speak out to leaders to act with justice.
MOHCAM is a non-profit women and youth led organisation located in the North West Region of Cameroon. We work with victims of gender based violence in homes, schools and communities, promoting and fostering the rights and development of women and youths in rural communities and schools. . We are dedicated to educate, empower and transform Women and Youths at risk.
The Mothers’ Union was established in 1876. Its purpose was to encourage parents in caring for their children, not just physically and mentally but also spiritually. From the outset it recognised that strong relationships and the role of family, however defined, are crucial in building healthy communities.
My Choices is an organisation based in India, that has been created to give women Choices: To allow women to live a life free from abuse. At My Choices our mission is to stop domestic violence by training and employing local women (PeaceMakers) who work within their community to create meaningful change in victims’ lives. We believe that domestic violence can be stopped by healing and reconciling families in a peaceful manner and will resort to further action only when such an option is no longer available.
National Freedom Network Zambia
The National Freedom Network (NFN - Z) is a National Network of counter-human trafficking role players and stakeholders in Zambia (Team Work)
Protect - We have been running a Family Refuge in Northamptonshire for over 35 years. Find out more about our Women‘s Refuge.
Prepare - Our Restored Programme helps women who are victims of domestic abuse to rebuild their lives and prepares them for a future.
Prevent - We offer therapeutic group work sessions for women, children and families that help them to identify domestic abuse and to develop the resilience and confidence to change their lives. We also train professionals in a range of topics to help them help victims become survivors.
Domestic Abuse in a Christian context is the focus of this website. The Christian victim's scriptural dilemmas are explained, analysed and disentangled. Resources for victim-survivor recovery, and for educating clergy and the wider Christian community.
Paz y Esperanza (“Peace and Hope”) is a Christian human rights organisation focused on post conflict and peace building processes, advocacy, women rights, preventing child abuse, indigenous rights, social and economic rights, environment protection and humanitarian relief. They work in Bolivia, Ecuador and Peru.
The Pathway Project is an organisation that provides domestic and sexual abuse services including refuge provision, floating support, 24 hour helpline, parenting services and IDVA & IDSA services. The organisation has a Christian based ethos and works in collaboration with others. It is based in Staffordshire.
Pentecostal Assemblies of God Mission Development Department Uganda
The Mission Development Department was established to provide holistic service to the community of Soroti and the wider area of Teso through its integrated socio-economic and spiritual interventions to the communities. It was set up to focus on the spiritual growth of their Pentecostal Assemblies of God followers. However, after the insurgency and conflict in the Teso region in the 1980’s and 90’s they have created and supported various projects to address the to massive loss of life, property and sharp rise in poverty. These projects include a HIV/AIDS Programme, PEP (Participatory Evaluation Process), Water and Sanitation,Relief, Business Development (IGA).
Programme de Promotion des soins de sante primaires (PPSSP) D R Congo
PPSSP is contributing to the improvement of people's quality of life throught the promotion of good public health practices in order to reduce morbidity , mortality and prevent and manage trauma caused by conflicts, civil war, sexual gender based violence and HIV/AIDS and provide emergency assistance in disaster.
Rede Crista Mozambique
Rede Crista, the Mozambique Christian Network against HIV and AIDS, has a vision to see Mozambique as an HIV-free country where its impact is being controlled to be achieved through church capacity building and co-ordination.
RAVE is an initiative that seeks to bring knowledge and social action together to assist families of faith impacted by abuse. The mandate of RAVE is to training for religious leaders around the world on domestic violence in communities of faith; resources for community, religious leaders, clergy, churches, small group leaders of faith-based groups and those who are impacted by domestic violence (victims/survivors and perpetrators).
The key objective of the Salt Initiatives is to raise up, mobilize, encourage, and equip individuals and groups of people across the nation to become catalysts of transformation through mindset change as well as specific initiatives that (1) take up causes of social concern, (2) respond to needs concerning the sanctity and dignity of human life, and (3) affirm values of truth, beauty, and goodness, so that like salt, these initiatives bring flavour, preservation, healing, and growth to our society.
Faith based organisation working with people to meet their needs without discrimination.
Called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, The Salvation Army United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland exists to save souls, grow saints and serve suffering humanity.
Scripture Union of Malawi is a Christian based children, families and youth community development organisation. Part of an international movement working in over 140 countries, their work aims to see children, youth and families in Malawi following Jesus Christ, filled with hope and transforming the nation.
Scripture Union West Africa (SUWA) Nigeria
Scripture Union West Africa (SUWA) is a Capacity Building Project started in 2001 with the main purpose of building the capacity of Scripture Union national movements, other FBOs, CSOs, churches and communities, to better respond to the HIV/AIDS pandemic and peace building in Nigeria, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Togo, Cote D’Ivoire, Burkina Faso and Benin Republic. The main strategies of SUWA include training workshops, mentorship of organisations, resource material development, research and advocacy, and facilitation of CSO networks.
A Christian ministry providing holistic care and support through a network of local rural Churches in Malawi. Their mandate involves; caring, advocating, resourcing, educating, empowering, serving and supporting. They empower the local Church in justice programme delivery to sufferers of HIV/AIDS and women and children in violence. They have a home-based care programme and have pastoral and youth programmes in the community.
Sophia Network* UK
The Sophia Network exists to connect women in youth work and ministry to access training, develop skills and share wisdom. We focus our energy in four areas: partnership, relationships, voice and training.
St Matthews Church New Zealand
A Church in Waipatu that serves the Hapa tribe.
Strategic Impact was founded by Sean Callaghan, who's primary focus these days is on coaching and mentoring leaders around the world. This work incorporates and draws on a lifetime of experience in the international development sector.
Tearfund is a UK Christian relief and development agency, working with a global network of local churches to help eradicate poverty, transform lives and bring justice. http://www.tearfund.org/
Transformation Powerhouse is built on Christian principles to be a “Healing Centre”, empowering and supporting women and teenage girls who have been victims of sexual abuse. The aim of the Centre is to provide group and one to one support on-site.
UMN strives to address root causes of poverty as it serves the people of Nepal in the name and spirit of Jesus Christ. Established in 1954, UMN is a cooperative effort between the people of Nepal and a large number of Christian organisations from nearly 20 countries on 4 continents. UMN's vision is 'fullness of life for all in a transformed Nepali society'. The focus of our work is to serve those who live in poverty and we have a specific focus on women and children, particularly those from lower castes and remote geographical areas.
The Well Project
The Well Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women and girls. The Well Project advocates that every woman and girl should have access to quality, up-to-date information about HIV/AIDS
Wholistic Development Programme
WDO is a local Cambodian faith based non-government organization. We facilitate and enable groups and individuals to effectively practice transformational development in communities to enable them to develop holistically.
Wonderfully Made Woman (WMW) - Clayton, Manchester (UK)
It's primary objective is to assist women who live in vulnerable and disadvantaged circumstances. bringing back their confidence in every aspect of their lives in order to thrive. Their services are inclusive and can be accessed by any female whether their marital status. Examples of what they do:
– Assist women who have or are expecting domestic abuse.
– One-to-one confidential counselling sessions.
– Budding scheme for beneficiaries.
A network run by Food for the Hungry UK. It is uniting and empowering women to overcome poverty and oppression. Across the floodplains of Bangladesh they are helping disadvantaged women to discover their potential, restore their dignity and transform their communities.
In community with the local Church, World Relief works internationally and enables the most vulnerable people to be transformed economically, socially, and spiritually.
World Shine Ministries is a non-denominational Christian organisation helping the church to shine for Christ for the healing of the nations and fighting against gender based violence in Uganda.
Youth With A Mission is an international volunteer movement of Christians from many backgrounds, cultures and Christian traditions, dedicated to serving Jesus throughout the world. Their purpose is simply to know God and to make Him known.
A women led NGO for the empowerment of young women and girls in leadership, education and advocacy.
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