Abundant Health

Evangelism
United Methodist clergywomen pray with patients and staff at Primary Health Care Center, a government-run maternity clinic in Karim Lamido, Nigiera, during an outreach visit in July. Photo by Ramson Danjuma.

Women clergy extend hand to patients, prisoners

Amid COVID-19 pandemic, female pastors in Nigeria bring gifts, messages of hope to two clinics and a prison in Karim Lamido.
Mission and Ministry
Moila Tarumbwa holds her newborn inside Old Mutare Mission Hospital in Mutare, Zimbabwe, after giving birth Dec. 1. The United Methodist hospital has seen an influx of patients since doctors at government hospitals went on strike three months ago. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Doctors’ strike taxes United Methodist hospitals

With public hospitals understaffed, patients are seeking care at the church’s hospitals and clinics, putting a strain on resources and the doctors and nurses who are still working.
Social Concerns
Lusinda Jacqueline, president of United Methodist Women in Bunyakiri, works on bean plants in the fields in Eastern Congo, where women are taking a lead role in fighting hunger through agriculture. Photo by Philippe Kituka Lolonga, UM News.

Women fight hunger with agriculture in Congo

Bishop Unda and spouse offer support as local churchwomen till the soil to improve conditions for all.
Mission and Ministry
Water is scarce at Chapanduka Secondary School, a United Methodist school in Buhera, Zimbabwe. Students often spend learning time standing in line to fill buckets of water from a shallow well. Photo by Kudzai Chingwe, UM News.

Challenges stack up for United Methodist school

Zimbabwe’s Chapanduka Secondary School faces water crisis, malfunctioning solar system, poor academic scores and poverty in the community.

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