Our Programmes

Integrated Health

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. 


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.

Sustainable Livelihood

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…


Health Beneficiaries
Food beneficiaries
Shelter beneficiaries
African Countries

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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.