Goal: $52 per student each month
About This Mission Project
Education is the catalyst for change—and change is needed in Rwanda, the most densely populated country in Africa.
The Siera Community Church in Kigali, Rwanda, has created the Children’s Hope for Integrated Livelihood Development (CHILD) project to empower families to become self-sufficient in the long term. This project has partnered with the Student Tuition Expense Program (STEP) to pay for school fees and supplies, especially for widows’ children and orphans.
- $50 pays for primary school or kindergarten tuition for one child for a year in an urban area.
- $100 provides school supplies and tuition for one child for a year in a rural area.
- $250 covers tuition and school supplies for one child for a year in an urban area.
- $500 pays for one student to attend secondary or high school for a year.
Mission Project Specifics
International Ministries seeks to raise $52 per child each month to assist 160 students in Rwanda. This project will empower 100 impoverished and vulnerable families headed by widows and older orphans.
This project will be managed by the Siera Community Church and the Rev. MUTABARUKA Aphrodis. It is anticipated that this project will give children a chance at better jobs and improve the economic stability of their families and communities.
Connect to This Mission Project
- Pray with the Siera Community Church that this project will be like sowing a mustard see that will bring lasting change in Rwanda.
- Your donations make this mission project possible.
- To donate by check, write STEP/Rwanda on the memo line and mail to International Ministries, PO Box 851, Valley Forge, PA 19482-0851.
- Share this information with others in your community and in your church family.
- For more information, contact Chris Marziale.
These students are the potential force that will drive lasting and sustainable future development in Rwanda. Thanks to your support through STEP, the CHILD project will provide basic Christian values and give these students access to formal education.