These are programs that are designed to help churches reach the people ‘where they are’ and get a deeper community penetration. MiRI runs community impact projects that mainly focus on skills enhancement and medical/health education and/or treatment
We empower vulnerable and less privileged women groups with livelihood and economic survival skills. Our model program in this regard is KISA Women Group of Kisenyi whose members make crafts which we sell in the UK. The income has been used to improve the lives and family well being of these women.
We believe that children hold the promise for the future. We run children clubs known as CANA Clubs (short for Children Are Not Ashamed), focused on discipleship and growing the children’s skills in music, dance and drama. We hold weekly children meetings where we provide a hot meal and a safe and conducive place where children can play as they learn about Christ, under the watchful eye of trained instructors. To know more about our CANA Clubs, visit our Facebook page.
We hold annual medical and health camps in communities that would otherwise easily access medical services. We work in partnership with health professionals to diagnose, treat and carry out targeted public health education.