Poverty in Africa is a crisis.

And rural areas are the hardest hit. Trapped by generational poverty, villages can’t break out of the cycle. 

Purely economic solutions don’t work.

The crisis is more than an economic problem. It goes much deeper than that. Communities face spiritual poverty, economic poverty, and generational poverty.

The Spiritual Crisis

Pastors in rural Africa have a calling from God but have little or no theological training. They don’t have the tools they need to lead their communities, let alone meet their own needs.

The Economic Crisis

In East Africa, 4 out of 10 people live below the poverty line, and the numbers are even more bleak in rural areas. In fact, 82% of the people living in extreme economic poverty on the African continent live in rural areas.

The Generational Crisis

Growing up in both spiritual and economic poverty, the children of rural Africa lack access to the education and tools they need to break the generational cycle of poverty.

The good news: it doesn’t have to stay this way.