Who You Help

From infants to mothers, fishermen to women farmers.  These are just some of the stories of the individuals throughout Africa who’s lives have changed with the support of Bread and Water for Africa

Salim Odero: Recovery from Two Broken Hearts

Salim’s story is one that begins with sadness and woe, but ends with happiness and joy. It starts when he was only four months old when his father took him to a hospital in Kenya where Salim was treated for malnourishment and pneumonia and where a defect was found in...

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Education is the future of Africa! Meet Paul Mitchotsa

Another Kabwata Orphanage and Transit Centre success story! Read the personal story of Paul Mtchotsa, brought up in an orphanage since the early years of elementary school and now in his third year in college majoring in Mining Engineering at the University of Zambia....

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Changing Lives Through Heifers in Rural Uganda

  Support our Food Self-sufficiency programs today! The Namukanga Heifer Project is a community outreach program implemented by the community and created out of the necessity to provide food, clean water and opportunities economic self-sufficiency to people in...

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Personal Story

Water is Life - Bamboghera's Story, Uganda - Bamboghera is now 30 years old with a wife and three children. His father died when he was young and his early life was difficult as there was little provision for his care and education. Water is Life - Bamboghera's Story,...

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Personal Story

Women's Self Help; A Success - Febiano, a very energetic ex-Frelimo fighter, carried this war-like spirit into our Community Development Project (Manica District). She became a strong member of our community church.Read More... Women's Self Help; A Success - Febiano,...

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Personal Story

Orphan Care Success Story — Dear Jenifer and BWA,Receive greetings from us here at the Lewa Children's Home. We are all fine and we celebrated Christmas well. Jenifer, we participated in a workshop, which lasted for three weeks. There were a total of nineteen...

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Ethiopia Success Story

HUNDEE (Oromo Grassroots Development Organization) —Adde Elfnesh is a widow of 40 years old. She lives with her two daughters and two sons.Read More... HUNDEE (Oromo Grassroots Development Organization) - Adde Elfnesh is a widow of 40 years old. She...

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