2014 Hunger Relief Project for Nazarene Churches
This year, money raised through Nazarene churches will go to a Nazarene Compassionate Ministries and World Vision partner project in Mozambique. Through our combined efforts, families in the rural areas inside World Vision’s Munhiba and Munquia Area Development Projects will get better access to clean water and learn how to use the food they have available in their communities to provide good nutrition for their children.
Today, 56 percent of people in Munhiba and 65 percent in Munquia do not have access to clean water. Children need clean water to stay healthy. And when they are healthy, their bodies are better able to use the nutrients from the food they eat.
Where we’ve helped in the past
Projects: Seed and fertilizer distributions, crop irrigation, fish farms, and moreLearn more
Imagine you’re a kid in southern Africa.
You live in a tiny village in the countryside, far from cities and even farther from the African Great Lake your country is named after. Mud walls and a thatch roof enclose the one room that is your family’s entire home.Learn more
About World Vision and NCM
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Following the example of Jesus, NCM partners with local Nazarene congregations around the world to clothe, shelter, feed, heal, educate, and live in solidarity with those who suffer under oppression, injustice, violence, poverty, hunger, and disease. NCM exists in and through the Church of the Nazarene to proclaim the Gospel to all people.
NCM is partnering with World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine, giving students the chance to learn about global hunger. The money raised will help fund a joint project to assist children and families in need.
World Vision’s 30 Hour Famine is an Approved Mission Special in the Church of the Nazarene. All funds raised will receive a 10% giving credit.