How CFCI is Working in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe is a country located in the southern portion of Africa, bordered by South Africa, Botswana, Zambia and Mozambique.
Once on its way to becoming a middle-income nation, Zimbabwe’s society and economy has experienced great deterioration since 1997. Approximately 74% of the country’s population now lives on less than $5.50 a day, and the average wage per month is only $253.
CFCI is working in the city of Bulawayo, where we do feeding programs, offer leadership development for pastors, orphanage ministry, children’s ministry, community outreach and development projects, prison ministry, outreach to commercial sex workers, special needs ministry and more!
As CFCI Zimbabwe we our vision is to partner with various community stakeholders in adopting various community services areas within our communities. These service areas include health, prisons, sports, education, orphanages and support groups.
In our ministry model we reach out to both local and international partners to adopt any particular areas of their choice to bring community development
The goal behind this to bring hope to the communities where these services are not working properly to serve the needs of the people due to socioeconomic challenges. CFCI Zimbabwe helps to equip Church leaders and volunteers, business leaders to be servants who are ready to serve their communities through the message of the Gospel and actions of hope.