Ebola

Mission and Ministry
Megan Klingler greets United Methodists after arriving in Goma, Congo, Aug. 20. The Montana nurse, who works with the United Methodist Board of Global Ministries’ Global Health unit, will visit six cities during her three-week trip to conduct training sessions to help stop the spread of Ebola. Photo by Philippe Kituka Lolonga, UM News.

Ebola spreads to area with strong United Methodist ties

Bishop Unda urges church members in East Congo not to panic, vows to continue church’s awareness campaign.
Mission and Ministry
Bishop Gabriel Yemba Unda washes his hands during the Kivu Annual Conference in Goma, Congo. Unda invited conference speakers to observe five minutes of prayer for those affected by the region's Ebola outbreak, which began last August. Photo by Philippe Kituka Lolanga, UM News.

Church in Congo walks alongside Ebola survivors

As Ebola death toll tops 1,500, United Methodists continue to raise awareness and support those affected by the outbreak.
Global Health
A fire smolders at a former Ebola treatment center in the Munguredjipa Health Zone west of Butembo, Congo. Photo by Justine Tchongo, UMNS.

Attacks hamper Ebola efforts in Congo

The United Methodist Church continues to raise awareness, as worship, evangelism drop in affected areas.
Mission and Ministry
The Rev. Ndjela Shango Paul, director of the department of Christian education, listens as the Rev. Kalema Tambwe, South Kindu District superintendent, speaks during the opening of The United Methodist Church’s annual health council in December. During the gathering, the church decided to double its efforts in the fight against Ebola. Photo by Chadrack Tambwe Londe, UMNS.

Redoubling efforts to fight Ebola epidemic

Since August 2018, Ebola has claimed more than 400 lives in the Congo, and United Methodists are striving to make a difference.

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