The MITA Organic Food Processing initiative aims to improve the lives of recovered unemployed youth by providing training and establishing equitable markets for their products and by promoting safe and healthy food.
BUGANA Livelihood Center, a livelihood initiative of Kabuganaan Philippines Ministries (KPM), in collaboration with the association of Baptist churches in Capiz province, Philippines, aims to improve the lives of vulnerable women, out-of-school youth, and their families by providing support, training, and equipment, and by establishing equitable and sustainable markets for their products to be sold. Support this project through financial contributions and prayer.
As a community of Christ-followers who believe actions are an expression of faith, you, through the Collective Cup house blend, can empower local farmers who are able to realize the equitable benefits from their labours. This is coffee served with dignity & justice, which makes your private label coffee truly delicious. All while supporting CBM’s projects in El Salvador!
The ABTS Alumni Initiatives project provides support to graduates of Arab Baptist Theological Seminary as they serve their communities through their local churches.The Kakuma Camp Peace Building Project (KCPBP) involves peacebuilding workshops that promote peace, encourage peacebuilding, and train participants to actively seek reconciliation. Certified Sudanese church leaders who have been trained to lead peacebuilding and reconciliation programs will facilitate these workshops.
The Beekeeping and Small-scale Farming project addresses food security issues among the rural poor in Bolivia. The project provides new skills and supplies for families to grow orchards, plant kitchen gardens and raise small animals. It also provides beehives to families and teaches them how to produce honey for consumption and marketing.
The Support for Pastors and Bible School Students project helps gifted Bible leaders in the Golden Triangle region by providing them scholarships for continued education, assistance in church-planting, and support for workers in community services.
In partnership with CBM, Pastor Doudu is improving the living conditions in remote Lahu villages and shares the transforming power of the gospel. The project supports emerging Christian communities and establishes churches.
Center for Continuing Theological Education Program (CCTEP) equips pastors to effectively minister to their communities in Capiz Province with practical training in the areas of pastoral care and counseling, leading meetings, managing budgets and community development. Support this project with financial contributions and prayer.
ACEBG’s program supports disadvantaged children in rural Guatemala by reinforcing their education and developing students intellectually, spiritually, and physically. Support this project through financial contributions and prayer.
In partnership with CBM, Soura Baptist Christian Mandalli Sammiloni (SBCMS) is raising awareness of the value of education and empower individuals to be agents of change in their communities. This initiative begins with teaching children, many of whom are living in impoverished families, how to read and write.