Hope for Mozambique

We believe it’s possible to alleviate suffering with the love of Christ. Evanjáfrica is an African-founded nonprofit empowering children and families to build a better future.

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Fighting poverty and suffering with the love of God and a distinctly African approach

Mozambique has one of the fastest growing economies in Africa. At the same time, it faces incredible challenges: both physical and spiritual. The most impacted are the country’s youth.

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About Evanjáfrica

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Evanjáfrica is a Christian ministry operating in Mozambique, designed to fight spiritual and physical poverty. It was started and is run by local Mozambican Christians and is supported by a U.S. board, families, friends, and churches around the world. Through orphan care, evangelism, education, and community development, we aspire to raise a new generation of godly leaders who will change their nation through the power of the gospel and the ability to empower future generations for change.

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Evanjáfrica School

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Over the past 15 years our kids have been attending local public schools that are over-crowded, under-funded, and severely lacking in resources. We have supplemented their education by hiring teachers who have tutored them outside school hours. Because of the effectiveness of our after-school program we are now in the process of turning this program into a formal school. We plan to open the doors in January of 2018, serve 150 kids from our orphanage and the community, and start with preschool through grade four.

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Read Victor and Christina’s Blog

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We’re Starting A School!

In Mozambique, it is not uncommon to see up to 100 elementary school children in one classroom all under the instruction of a single teacher. Outside the urban areas, classes … Read more

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Merry Christmas!

On Christmas Day a youth group from a local church came and spent the day with the kids. December is the hottest time of year and the beginning of the … Read more

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Revolution Day!

The kids love going to the town center on holidays. September 25th is Revolution Day, a national holiday celebrating the beginning of the war for independence from the Portuguese colonizers. (The Portuguese … Read more

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Girls and boys in Mozambique need a second chance at life. Your gift will send hope and shine the love of Christ.