Hand of Hope

  • Build schools/clinics

    Building schools and clinics in socially deprived areas..

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  • Provide supplies

    Providing school and medical supplies to challenged medical and educational institutions.

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  • Education programs

    Providing continuing education programs to adults: literacy; learning French; English as a second language; Computer literacy, etc.

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Current Projects

The Mbunga Well-being Project

Located in the Lower-Congo province of the D R. Congo, the village Mbunga is an agglomeration of three villages.  The village has no running water and no clinic. Children have to walk over fifteen miles every day to get to school. Consequently many of them do not attend school. With the help of friends (former colleagues from the American Cancer Society, former students, and friends from different churches including Salem Gospel Ministries), Dr. Adrien Ngudiankama has started a school in Mbunga which currently has 3 rooms and about 53 children from age 5 to 10.    Please Help Dr. A to Help the people of Mbunga Village.

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The Kinshasa CHERO Project

For the last twelve years Dr. Adrien Ngudiankama has been supporting the CHERO project in Kinshasa.  Some American friends of Dr. A, including Rev. J. Weaver of Greater Mt Nebo AME Church, have had the chance to visit CHERO.  Located in one of the poorest areas of Kinshasa, CHERO is a non profit local organization started by Ms. Muyombo to assist orphans, single girls and children from poor families.   CHERO has been in existence for nearly fifteen years and has a school of about 300 children.

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Partnership with American University Baptist and International Ministries (AUBIM)

The African Educare Mission Group (AEMG) has been working together with the American University Baptist and International Ministries.

Click here for images of recent activities by in Kinshasa by AEMG and our partners

Also, please visit: http://theaubim.com/

The Single Mothers Professional Sewing School (Le centre de formation coupe-couture Dr MOLO)

With the help of friends, mainly students from American University, George Washington University and Salem Gospel Ministries, the African Educare Mission Group and the American University and International Ministries have created the Single Mothers Professional Sewing School known in French as Le centre de formation coupe-couture Dr MOLO. The school has 30 students and 10 sewing machines.

Click here for images of recent activities by in Kinshasa by AEMG and our partners

Also, please visit: http://theaubim.com/