Holistic Development and Treatment for HIV and AIDS

We desire:

  • to go where Christ is not known and demonstrate his love in practical ways, serving  poor and marginalised communities. We encourage local churches to relevantly engage and serve their communities.
  • to see improved health awareness and health behaviours, including cleaner, safer living environments, access to safe drinking water and hygienic toilets.
  • to see improved addiction awareness and prevention, and assistance to clients and their families in remaining addiction free.
  • to see improved HIV and AIDS awareness and for churches to engage in HIV and AIDS care and support.
  • an increase in productive livelihood skills and employment, for more people to be able to afford their basic needs, and for people to use savings and credit appropriately.

 

 

Prières

1

Pray for clients to come to know Jesus and follow Him through our ministry. 

2

Pray for staff to reflect Christ’s love to the marginalized and poor as they seek to alleviate human suffering and improve health, livelihoods and equality. 

3

Pray for good relationships with local churches, communities and government. 

4

Pray for political stability and that regional events will not adversely affect our ministry. 


Stories about this Ministry

Nepal earthquake recovery - The long road back to normal

It was a typical Saturday, the day of rest and of worship for all faiths in Nepal. In the village of Kichot, people gathered in Sinkilebenezer Church for their usual worship service. Butel was finishing his sermon when he realized the communion elements were missing.

The Nepal earthquake: One year later

One year after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, causing massive loss of life, widespread homelessness and billions of dollars in damage, the nation continues to heal and rebuild. In Dhading, one of the districts most devastated by the quake, SIM and partner organization United Mission to Nepal (UMN) carry on with reconstruction work.

Nepal earthquake recovery - The long road back to normal

It was a typical Saturday, the day of rest and of worship for all faiths in Nepal. In the village of Kichot, people gathered in Sinkilebenezer Church for their usual worship service. Butel was finishing his sermon when he realized the communion elements were missing.

The Nepal earthquake: One year later

One year after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, causing massive loss of life, widespread homelessness and billions of dollars in damage, the nation continues to heal and rebuild. In Dhading, one of the districts most devastated by the quake, SIM and partner organization United Mission to Nepal (UMN) carry on with reconstruction work.

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Nuestro deseo es equipar a los cristianos nepalíes para que crezcan en su fe y tr4abajen para el mayor beneficio de todos los nepalíes.