Pepito Urgent Medical Appeal
Pepito is in Sefton Village Childrens home, his life has been marked by medical intervention and drama since he was a baby. He was admitted to the home when he was 3 months old and he was severely malnourished and had a cleft palette. This was successfully operated on but at 6 ½ years old he suffered kidney failure and has been on a strict diet and medication ever since with many doctors appointments and stays in hospital. Please click on the photo for more information.
For over 20 year WCM has been fundraising for Sefton Village. In the last few years we have been working towards seeing many of the aspects of project taken over and ran by the Filipino’s. New self-sustainable projects have been started to provide income for the Children’s home. Click on the Sefton Logo for more details.
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From our Directors
In Uganda we started four years ago by purchasing 10 acres of land with a vision to see a WOW Village established, bringing self-sufficiency to a community of women who have been widowed and displaced. Four years later, 50 women are being helped on a regular basis, the land is being farmed, livestock raised and a borewell has been dug, bringing clean water to the local community
How we're helping
Millions of children across the world are living in abject poverty, without access to education, food, or clean water. Many are malnourished, diseased, and are forced to work
just to support their families. WCM is providing the opportunity for hundreds of children to attend school, receive nutritional meals, and learn valuable life skills.
WOW was established to help women who face poverty, abuse and exploitation by helping them to understand their value and worth, and to give them an opportunity to thrive. WOW is working with established partners in India and Africa to provide education, food, medical care and business enterprise, as well as friendship and support, to women who are struggling.
For over thirty years, WCM has supported students studying at Bible College. Hundreds of students have now graduated and established churches in village communities and cities. These churches are reaching the local communities with the Christian gospel, and are working with the poor and destitute to overcome poverty.
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