SHALOM EVANGELICAL MINISTRIES, is creatng new land marks as more people are getting involved with our mission and vision. In the last year we have reach a 1000 + member bracket on facebook and we have more people following us on twitter than ever before. We are working on getting our official launch date for the charity, the website and new projects. Please check back for updates on events. Also if you want to be a volunteer, please               to send us a resume.

 

CBN (Christian Broadcasting Network) is a Christian only TV station, and the official news source of Shalom Evangelical Ministries, that broadcast news about many happenings in the Christiandom. Supported by the 700 Club , it is worth watching. 

 

 

 

WATER AID: Research has shown that diarrhoea kills 2,000 children every day. 

 

CHRISTIAN AID: In a bid to bite back at hunger, join the Christian Aid Charity for their Christian Aid Week, from the 12th to 18th of May 2013. For more information. 

 

UNICEF: Is a universal organisation that works with families and communities in countries around the world to protect and promote the rights of all children.                        

 

AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: Is a campaigning organisation; for the sole purpose to protect people whereever justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied. 

 

RED CROSS: The Red Cross exists to provide compassionate care to those in need. This is done by  preventing and relieving suffering in many countries around the world. 

 

OXFAM: Believes that poverty is wrong so they campaign and fight against poverty in many ways. 

 

In the last year, more charitable organisation have flooded Africa in response to the high demand for charitable aid. Many countries have benefited from their works like 

 

In Somalia which is presently in the middle of a long standing war where pirates seem to be in key leadership position rather than politicians; tonnes of food supplies have been released to the inhabitants to curb famine.

 

In Syria, the fight of an unending battle for leadership mantle has thrown the once stable nation into a shattered city where many people are impoverished because of the inability to break a truce. However, aids have been pouring in to meet the big challenge.  

 

In Zimbabwe, the rate of inflation which was as fast as a highspeed train going by a loaf of bread selling about a billion Zim dollars. This has thrown a multitude into a poverty threshold with rippling effect of sickness, diseases and very poor living condition. Changes have been recorded since the change of the official currency to the US dollars along side many charitable aids which are a huge remedy to the situation.

 

In Libya, the recovery from a bloody war has created a high level of neediness which are being solved largely from the oil wealth of the country and many charities, the broken situation is like a wound that has a healing process which takes time.

 

In Burundi, the rippling effect of the genocide civil war that lasted a decade and killed people in their hundreds of thousands is been nurtured back to normality and decent livelihood by various charitable organisations.

 

In the last year, more charitable organisation have flooded Africa in response to the high demand for charitable aid. Many countries have benefited from their works like 

 

In Somalia which is presently in the middle of a long standing war where pirates seem to be in key leadership position rather than politicians; tonnes of food supplies have been released to the inhabitants to curb famine.

 

In Syria, the fight of an unending battle for leadership mantle has thrown the once stable nation into a shattered city where many people are impoverished because of the inability to break a truce. However, aids have been pouring in to meet the big challenge.  

 

In Zimbabwe, the rate of inflation which was as fast as a highspeed train going by a loaf of bread selling about a billion Zim dollars. This has thrown a multitude into a poverty threshold with rippling effect of sickness, diseases and very poor living condition. Changes have been recorded since the change of the official currency to the US dollars along side many charitable aids which are a huge remedy to the situation.

 

In Libya, the recovery from a bloody war has created a high level of neediness which are being solved largely from the oil wealth of the country and many charities, the broken situation is like a wound that has a healing process which takes time.

 

In Burundi, the rippling effect of the genocide civil war that lasted a decade and killed people in their hundreds of thousands is been nurtured back to normality and decent livelihood by various charitable organisations.

 

OUR PARTNERS

Shalom Evangelist Evangelical Charity
Shalom Evangelist Evangelical Charity
Shalom Evangelist Evangelical Charity
Shalom Evangelist Evangelical Charity
Shalom Evangelist Evangelical Charity

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