Care for the Vulnerable
Kasai Relief Project
Monique Meta, who is a leader of displaced people who received food and shelter supplies from the Mennonite Church of Congo, stands with the supply of food she received at the Nov. 29 distribution in the town of Tshikapa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. A widow, she and her nine children lost all their belongings because of violence in Kamonya, where she lived. MCC photo/Fidele Kyanza
We continue to work together with MCC, Mennonite Mission Network, and other groups on a combined and collaborative response. Your support continues to be crucial in this situation! Give online or send checks by mail to AIMM, P.O. Box 744, Goshen, IN 46527 for gifts in USD; or to AIMM Canada, 440 Main St., Steinbach, MB R5G 1Z5 for gifts in CAD. Designate your contribution for "Kasai Relief."
Congo crisis grinds on
December 6, 2017
Will Braun, Canadian Mennonite
Mennonites join to provide food and shelter in DR Congo
November 30, 2017
By Rachel Bergen, MCC
Oeuvre Humanitaire Emmanuel Orphanage
Several members of Mennonite Church of Congo started the orphanage in response to the problem of unattended street children in Kinshasa. The church members were inspired by the AIMM orphanage in Kahemba where they grew up. Currently the orphanage cares for around 35 children and young people in Kinshasa from ages six to twenty. The resources needed to run the orphanage are generated by a group of committed supporters in Congo and North America.