01. Health Care
The commonly treated diseases are: hypertension, upper respiratory tract infections, skin diseases, typhoid, amoeba, urinary tract infections and jigger infestation. Family planning difficulties are also common. The Church has employed a qualified nurse who attends to an average of sixty to eighty (60-80) patients per day. She also oversees the public health initiatives including anti-jigger campaign, mother/child wellness and hygiene & nutrition.
The mission is involved in uplifting the literacy level of the community on all fronts including: involvement with the primary schools to improve performance, holiday tuition, some children have been incorporated in the Bapo Scholars (education sponsorship) program of the church; we are involved in training pastors of the local churches in theology and their co-workers in ministry skills; we have also been engaged in trainings that would enhance economic empowerment, such as agriculture.
03. Youth Empowerment
In addition to academic and economic empowerment, we are involved in Sports, mainly football, which has become the most impactful for the youth in the community and creates opportunity for friendship evangelism and discipleship.