United Methodist congregations continue to support church members and communities struggling with hunger amid the COVID-19 crisis.
The men’s groups are planting trees on United Methodist properties and educating church members on ways to protect the environment.
United Methodist hospitals start savings and credit institutions to help country’s most vulnerable pay for medical treatment, get regular care.
Bishop Unda and spouse offer support as local churchwomen till the soil to improve conditions for all.
Megan Klingler with the United Methodist Board Global Ministries’ Global Health unit said she is pleased with the progress made during her three-week visit.
United Methodist pastors, church groups reach out to some of the thousands of children and youth living on the streets in South Kivu.
Amid the Ebola outbreak, church adds cholera education to public awareness campaign as cases increase in North and South Kivu.