Improving the quality of life for the poor and vulnerable

and transforming deprived communities
in Africa.

Improving the
quality of life
for the poor and

and transforming deprived communities in Africa.


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Rhema Care is working in partnership with the poor and vulnerable to improve on their quality of life and contribute to global efforts of increased access to the highest attainable quality of healthcare, basic education, food security and safe environment.


Access to Integrated health is still the greatest challenge to health care delivery in Africa. Fewer than 50% of Africans have access to modern health facilities. Many African countries spend less than 10% of their GDP on health care. Also, there is a shortage of trained health care professionals from Africa because many of them prefer to live and work in places like the U.S. and Europe. This leaves the continent with myriad of health challenges like poor Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), malnutrition in children, poor Water, Sanitation and hygiene among many others. Rhema Care is bridging this gap through the following pillars bellow

    1. Improve access to basic health care services including maternal neonatal child health
    2. Promote sexual reproductive health and rights of women and girls
    3. Combat and prevent malnutrition in children and
    4. Enhance community-led water, sanitation and hygiene initiative.

Education is considered a universal human right, as well as an issue of public good and responsibility. However, there are still many — particularly children in developing African countries — who do not enjoy this right.

Of all regions, sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of education exclusion. Over one-fifth of children between the ages of about 6 and 11 are out of school, followed by one-third of youth between the ages of about 12 and 14. According to UIS data, almost 60% of youth between the ages of about 15 and 17 are not in school. Without urgent action, the situation will likely get worse as the region faces a rising demand for education due to a still-growing school-age population.

Rhema Care is making incursion in solving these overarching problems through providing access to equitable inclusive and qualitative education for vulnerable boys and girls in a child friendly and protective learning environment through

  1. Improving access to qualitative inclusive basic education for boys and girls
  2. Promoting a protective and child-friendly learning environment in and out of schools
  3. Enhancing access to education in emergencies for conflict affected population
  4. Strengthening participatory school governance through community involvement

Sustainable Livelihood emerges at the intersection of development and environmental studies to offer a new way of thinking about work, especially the work of vulnerable populations. The term reflects a concern with intending the focus of poverty studies beyond the physical manifestations of poverty to include also vulnerability and social exclusion. The data of vulnerability and social exclusion is alarmed with a whole lot of factors like impact of COVID-19, political and economic instability in many countries of the world, warring countries, etc. Sustainable livelihoods where we

  1. Improve food security and sustainable agriculture;
  2. Strengthen resilience and coping capacities of vulnerable populations to facilitate their recovery from socio-economic shocks; and
  3. Facilitate sustainable community-driven development initiatives through rights-based approaches.

Individuals around the world suffer extreme hardship or violence, experience discrimination, or face social marginalization. Service providers, researchers, and other have witnesses have documented that human trafficker take advantage of such circumstances. Indeed, exploitation appears even more likely when a confluence of such circumstances besets particular communities. The cumulative effects can make a certain population- such as refugees and migrants, people with disabilities, and those who are stateless – especially vulnerable to human trafficking. Protection where we seek to

  1. Strengthen community-based protection systems;
  2. Support access and rights of persons of concern to civil documentation,
  3. Housing, land and property,
  4. Increase access to quality inclusive education &
  5. Basic social services for vulnerable children,
  6. Improve the protection of women, girls and child safeguarding mechanisms in humanitarian emergencies;