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In countries like Kenya, Uganda, Mali, Zambia, Benin and Cambodia we are providing education in our schools while in Ecuador, Cameroon and Zimbabwe we are sponsoring children.


Kenya: We are registered as a community school. We have close to 200 students. We expanded the number of classes this year from classes 1 -3 to 1 -8 which is the standard for all Primary education in Kenya.


Mali: We have 100 students.

Zambia: We have 90 students.

Ecuador: We have a Nursery school with 28 children.

Cambodia: We have 252 students in various parts of Cambodia. The students are mostly being taught English because knowledge of English gives the poor opportunity in securing a better paid job.

Cotonu: We have 21 Students. Some are paying students while some are free.

Uganda: We have over 200 Students





Bamenda (Cameroon): we sponsor 35 Children.

Guayaquil(Ecuador): we sponsor 11children.

Doula (Cameroon): we sponsor 3 Children.

Kumba (Cameroon): we sponsor 1 Child.




We provide homes for some clients mostly children who are orphan, motherless, abandoned or poor with no one to care for them.


In Uganda we have 11 children; Bamenda - 4 children; Malawi - 5 children (who are all being baptized this Easter period); Bo - 15 children and 4 adults; Cotonu - 1 motherless child; Seme - a mother and her 3 children. Cambodia - 4 children; Kumba -3 adults and 1 child; Kenya – 3 adults; Zambia - 4 children


In Ecuador we have provided 5 homeless families with a place of their own.






We feed either or/both beggars and House bound clients in every branch. Clothes are given out when available to Clients both at home and on the street.

In the course of any given months hundred are being provided this basic human.











Our aim and goal remains the same – to make our clients self reliant by providing the tools they need to provide for their families. With this in mind we provide some form of skill training in following branches:


Uganda (Tailoring); Malawi (Tailoring & baking); Zambia (Tailoring and baking); Ecuador (classes are giving for various skills- tailoring, carpentry, baking etc)



In Ecuador we have provided 3 families with a livelihood via our mini-stores.






We make visits to prisons in some countries (Benin, Mexico, Uganda and Philippines). We provide food, toiletries, nappies etc.




We offer health care to our street and home based clients in the following branches: Mali, Uganda, Malawi, Togo, Mexico, Sierra Leone (Bo) and Kenya






With the aid of professional counsellors we provide counselling service for our clients in the following countries: Mexico and Canada.




Some clients come to our premises to usefacility such as computer to look for job. Example of such is done in Canada.




We run monthly or weekly prayer session in theUK (1st Friday Vigil); Seme (Every Thursday); Mali (once a week): Ecuador (Catechism classes once a week).






In Bamenda Cameroon we have the use of 1.25 Acre of land for farming. The land has been cleared and maize has been planted. Harvested crops will be use for caring for the clients as well as a forming of fund raising for the branch.


While in Uganda we are renting a 1 acre land with the same desire – fund raising and clients use. Maize is also been planted as well as rearing pigs.





The Nigerian branches are run under 3 main regions viz: - Mother of Mercy Region, Heart of Mercy Region, & Mary Our Mother Region. Here are their present activities as at the time of filing report:




Comprises of the Western Branches; the regional groupundertook a social welfare activity aimed at sensitizing adolescents through lectures on health education and gender relatedissues. They also sponsored the partitioning of a classroom to create an office space, library, and a computer room to promote computer literacy among pupils in one of the organisations school.


Oyo Branch:


Has about 5 children in number being cared for; one of the ward ‘Godwin’ emerged the overall best student in his set. The branch feeds about 55 -60 in Oyo and 15-17 in Awe. Old cloths were given out to clients & minor ailments treated. Widows are being visited and prison visits done monthly with the sick inmates being cared for.


Ife Branch:


Has about 3 live in children and feeds an average of 60 - 65 clients six days a week. They go for home visits and engage in several fund raising activities for the poor.


Lagos Branch:


Has many cooking venues for the poor, that of Mowo feeds about 200 clients, Iyaona-Oba- feeds 70, Ikotun Area- feeds 60, and Agege- feeds 120. They have about 7 children & 3 adults resident in the house. They have a Prayer apostolate which runs every 4th Friday of the month. They have a very good school which even assists the educational needs of neighbouring children.


Iwo Branch:


Has 5 Resident clients, feeds 40-42 on the streets and 9 others at home. The branch runs a goatery, snailry& farming unit to raise funds for the poor.


Osogbo Branch:


Has 1 Resident client; feeds about 55-60 others three times a week in Osogbo while 30- 45 are fed in Ede andikirun Home and hospital. Home bound clients and patients are visited two times weekly, some 10 – 20 clients were visited the hospital.


Ikire Branch:


Feeds about 40 daily, does fund raising for the poor, accommodates 2 adults and 3 children clients and Organises skill trainings for the trainable adults.


Ibadan Branch:


Feeds about 25-30 clients at Gege-Loshe daily, 20-25 at Oduono-Nla once a week and 25-35 clients in Molete twice a week. Has 11 resident clients. Sick clients are treated either at home or hospital as the need arises. They do the following as fund raising for the poor: piggery, candle production, stickers, handkerchiefs and ground nut frying. They also have an education unit to assist children of the poor.





Enugu Branch: feeds an average of 74 clients Monday - Saturday; education is being provided for some 102 pupils and about 7 teachers’ cares for them.


Idodo Branch: feeds about 50 clients and cultivates cassava/ yam farm to assist the poor.


Ugwuoba Branch: Feeds Monday through Saturday and has a farming unit as well as Health unit which care for over 100 clients most of whom have some eye related ailments. Others include clients who were assisted with their amputation bills and artificial limbs.


Nnewi Branch: Has ten children and I adult under their care plus a live in missionary as at the time of filing report. The branch feeds an averageof 40 clientsand conducts skill training activities for the poor.


Onitsha Branch:

Feeds Monday through Saturday and shares God’s word with the spiritually poor.


Umuahia Branch: Feeds clients who are homebound and those on the streets.





Sapele Branch:feeds about 75 clients five days in a week.


OnichaUku Branch:feeds about 30 clients and distributes foodstuffs to some. They also pay visit to the prison yard once a month.


Akwukwu Igbo branch:feeds about 20 clients Monday to Saturday.


Asaba Branch:Feeds over 110 clients; has 23 resident children; runs a fish pond project to assist the poor; goes for prison visits and has a vibrant prayer apostolate.


Ibuzor Branch: feeds about 30 clients and has a farm for the poor. More still, they manage a viable old people’s home that carters for our aged poor.


Ogwashi-Uku feeds about 45 clients and has about 10 children in the house being cared for.


Agbor Branch: Has about 7 children in the house and feeds an average of 70 clients four days in a week.


Benin City Branch feeds about 55 clients Monday to Saturday.





Since leprosy is considered that ‘chronic &unclean disease’ which people disassociate from, we felt the need to extend a hand of fellowship to such persons living with the pain, stigmatization, and degradation of leprosy. Providing food and basic health care facilities for them, and sponsoring the health bills of those going in for amputation / artificial limbs replacement when necessary.


We started from a small town called Ugwuoba in Enugu State of Nigeria where we found most of our desired clients; and the work has since then witnessed tremendous expansion from the then 1 Leper asylum, to a now 12 leperasylums or Leprosaria.


Here’s a rundown on State’s within Nigeria we’ve expanded our leper’s care to:


1. Ugwuoba in Enugu State of Nigeria.

2. Eku in Delta State of Nigeria.

3. Jeddo in Delta State of Nigeria.

4. Ibusa/Agwashi-uku in Delta State of Nigeria.

5. Ossiomo in Edo State of Nigeria.

6. Alabaragoin Lagos State of Nigeria.

7. Iwo in Osun State of Nigeria.

8. Amechi/Otolo – Nnnewi in Imo State of Nigeria.

9. Qic Leprosarium Ekpene-Obom in Etinan Local Government Area, AkwaIbom, Nigeria.

10. Iberekodo, Sacred Heart Hospital ,Ogun State, Nigeria.

11. Lantoro, Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.

12. Ijebu-Igbo, Ogun State, Nigeria.


Here are highlights of their various activities so far:




In this colony,we feed an average of 200 clients in 6 different locations Monday’s through Saturday’s. We have a paid cook and a helper in our employment.


Farming Unit: We are presently cultivating cassava on 12 plots of land (10 in Ibadan and 2 at Ugwuoba Nigeria).


Health Unit: We do daily dressing of wounds & about 300 clients have had their wounds dressed every month; 6 clients had cataract surgeries and regained their sight; 7 clients had parts of their limbs amputated; 3 clients were fitted with prostheses; 2 clients had skin graft procedures carried out on them; Over 20 had various forms of eye treatment and the treatment is still continuing.


Boarding Facility: We have 11 children in our care and they are all in school. A resident Matron takes care of them and monitors the activities of the branch. Good news is, the Matron converted to Catholicism and is now a communicant!


Education Unit: We have 4 children on educational scholarship (children of indigent single parents).


Welfare Unit: Clothes were distributed at various times to the clients.





Education Unit: We have 9 children at Eku and 6 at Ossiomo on scholarship and at various times counselled and distributed clothes, writing materials and school bags to them.

Health Unit: We’ve donated dressing materials and drugs to the health center at Eku for the persons afflicted with leprosy.


Welfare Unit: We distribute food items and dressing materials to the PALS in Jeddo from time to time.




Education Unit: We have 2 children on scholarship at Nnewi.


Welfare: We care for and provide the persons afflicted with leprosy (mostly elderly people) with food items, clothes and dressing materials every quarter and at Iwo on a weekly basis.




Health Unit: We have been able to provide some of the PALS with crutches and fitted some with prostheses.


Welfare Unit: In addition we distributed food items to them.




Education Unit: We built a temporary structure comprised of two semi enclosed spaces as the school for about 80 children in this colony.


*The Classroom is equipped with benches tables and a blackboard and the children all received school bags and writing materials.


Health and Welfare: We distributed clothes shoes food items and dressing materials to the clients at various times.