In South Sudan Brutal acts of violence are extreme examples of the pervasive forms of gender-based violence experienced by hundreds of girls and women every day that go unnoticed, unreported – or perhaps more disturbingly, reported but dismissed or downplayed by societies, media and justice systems.
Despite many advances in healthcare in South Sudan, women and children in low-income communities continue to die in high numbers during childbirth, and children from preventable diseases like respiratory infections, malaria and diarrheal disease. CMW’s public health focus therefore continues to be on the reduction of maternal and child mortality in vulnerable communities through innovative
Christ Mission to the World is committed to the welfare of children from primary to high school of learning and seeks to ensure that children’s rights are respected, protected, realized and fulfilled at home, in school, and in the community. CMW is also addressing the challenge that faces out of school students in order to
The Kenya branch of Christ Mission to the World is seeking for funds to implement a project on Poultry production/rearing in Kajiado (among the Masai community) in the Greater Rift Valley and Kibera slums in Nairobi Kenya. The project will empower the local communities to improve their livelihoods by serving as a demonstration farm where