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Mobilising the Church

People living with HIV in Mozambique need a lot of care to give them the best quality of life possible. At the same time young people need to be educated about HIV, in order to prevent it from spreading. Equally, shelter, education and support needs to be given to those who are orphaned by HIV.

Kubatsirana offers access to treatment, pastoral care, general support for people living with HIV, as well as youth prevention HIV programs. People living with HIV are helped to get the most out of life.

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Latest updates

  • Maria* is from one of the churches we have been working with in Macate. She has always struggled to send her children to school and even found it hard to provide her family with enough food for three meals a day. Identified as one of the more vulnerable women in the community her local church who had been going through the UMOJA process decided they needed to help. 

  • Dear Supporting Churches

    We hope that all is well with you and your families. We are grateful to your kind support to our work; we are seeing lives being transformed and communities being impacted through the work of the local church.

    In this update we would like to share with you some of the Church and Community Mobilisation (also known as UMOJA) work we have been doing.

  • Dear Friends

    We need your prayers as never before. We are thankful to the lord for a peaceful Election campaign process that ended last Sunday. We had two incidence in Nampula and Gaza which we would not really cry home about but just to say in the overall we had a peaceful campaign process. Yesterday and today are preparation days for voting and there is no campaigning happening.

    Mozambique goes to the ballot today. Pray with us that the voting process is peaceful and that there is prevailing peace post elections

  • Dear Supporting Churches

    We greet you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. We hope and pray that everything is well with you and your families, as well as with all your various ministries. We thank our Lord Jesus Christ for your lives, and for how you have been supporting us. We trust God that our prayers for you are bringing many blessings to your lives.

    We are pleased to be able to share some of the highlights of the work that you have been supporting. We praise God for the strengthening of the Umoja process in Manica province, the empowerment of small community associations and the  increase of knowledge among our project beneficiaries in the last 3 months. We hope that our successes and challenges can also encourage you to be thankful to our great God, and Lord Jesus Christ.

  • Dear Supporting Churches

    We greet you all in the name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, hoping that everything is well with you and your families. We trust God that our prayers for you is bringing tangible results to your lives.

    In this particular season we would like to say thank you for praying for us and for our families and beneficiaries. We have seen miracles happening in a very encouraging way: children are going to school, sick people becoming healthier and pastors have been involved in igniting change in their communities through UMOJA.

    It is a time to praise our God for what he is doing to our organisation as well as to the churches linked to our programmes. We hope that our successes and challenges can also encourage you to be thankful to our great God, and Lord Jesus Christ.

    We celebrate the joy and strength that we get from you in this update and we hope that it continues to strengthen you and encourage you more and more for the glory of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

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Latest updates

  • Maria's life has been transformed now that her local church has realised they eed to be Salt and Light in their community thanks to the UMOJA training they have received.

  • An update on the UMOJA work Kubatsirana have been doing with local churches in Mozambique.

  • Catch up with the work Kubatisirana has been doing in the last 3 months and meet Terezinha whose feels like her life is now worth living again.

  • In Kubatisrana's most recent update we here from Hamilton Tauro, an orphan whose life has been transformed thanks to your support, and share in their most recent successes and challenges.