We provide life-saving health and disability care for the world’s most vulnerable
Inspired by the call of Jesus – to love others as we wish to be loved – our vision is a world free from injustice, made up of inclusive, resilient communities that value the dignity and health of every person.
Our mission is to empower local communities to provide fair and equal access to life-saving health and disability care for the world’s most vulnerable, without discrimination.
We share hope
We pursue justice
We work with humility and love
We are passionate
We dare to dream
We live in a world with stark health and disability inequalities, where the most marginalised are often left behind. We work passionately to provide sustainable, long-term solutions that restore hope, share love, and empower communities.
WE LOVE RADICALLY
As a Christian charity, we strive to give everyone the love we believe they deserve. That means taking bold actions and stepping out in faith to reach the people that may otherwise be overlooked.
Sustainable projects should be locally-led and should involve the people they are serving – which is why our in-country teams are almost entirely made up of locals, and include people with disabilities, refugees, and internally displaced people.
We foster partnerships with local and international organisations that have experience, expertise and connections, with the aim of facilitating knowledge-sharing and increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of our programmes.
WE BUILD CAPACITY
We invest in infrastructure and technology, provide training for our staff and beneficiaries, and work with our local teams to develop processes to improve efficiency – all with the aim of building long-term local capacity in the communities we work in.
We strongly believe that everyone has the right to a dignified, healthy, hopeful life, free from discrimination – and we pursue this vision by educating, improving understanding, and reducing stigma.
Find out more about how we are putting our mission into action
and how you can support this work: