Madagascar

From The Family International Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

With a population of over 20 million, 80% of people in Madagascar are battling abject poverty, most people living under the recommended $2 per day.
For over 15 years, the members of the family international have been working tirelessly to help the underprivileged break out of their poverty status. They have also been seeking to improve the spiritual lives of the people.

Some of notable accomplishments include sharing of food and clothing, building homes for widows and poor families, building schools, operating small dispensaries, and organizing English and French classes for the less privileged. TFI have recently focused their efforts towards improving the lives of destitute children, orphans and juvenile prisoners.

CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP AND MINISTRY TRAINING
The program is also focused on training future missionaries and the leaders of various community leaders. This practice started in 2006 and has been active since them. The award winning 12 foundation stones courses are offered during the course of training. The language of instruction include English, French and Malagasy

SAVE THE YOUTH—YOUTH OUTREACH AND SUPPORT
As earlier mentioned, TFI in Madagascar has been focused on improving the quality of life of the youths. Since 1999, our members have been helping orphans and the imprisoned ones by supplying food, building new structures to accommodate homeless children, renovating prison cells, helping with provision of school materials and stationery for schools.

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
Navigation
Tools