Samaritan’s Purse invests in many of CEML’s programs. We are grateful for the personal interest of Franklin Graham who has a vision of compassionate generosity for the people of Angola.
Samaritan’s Purse is a non-denominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan’s Purse has helped victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ. “Go and do likewise...” Luke 10:37
MAF Canada has 2 pilots, 1 pilot mechanic and the chief of maintenance on staff in Angola. The pilots and mechanics work closely with CEML to provide routine and emergency flight transport between outlying regions of Angola and the hospital. For more information, please visit www.mafc.org. MAF Canada serves more than 1,000 faith-based ministries, and relief and development organizations operating in the developing world, MAF is the Strategic Link that enables them to reach people in isolated areas. Whether it’s transporting relief supplies to a refugee camp, or flying doctors to a remote village, MAF’s “Wings of Love” bring more than just tools and supplies to a hurting world - we bring the Gospel of God’s love in a tangible way.
USAID partners with CEML in order to reach its core mission: to work as partners in fostering sustainable development. Seeking to empower and support through collaboration, USAID works hand-in-hand with partners who are striving to support the most vulnerable.
USAID is working to end extreme poverty and promote resilient, democratic societies. To do this requires enabling inclusive, sustainable growth; promoting free, peaceful, and self-reliant societies with effective, legitimate governments; building human capital and creating social safety nets that reach the poorest and most vulnerable.
Fistula Foundation believes no woman should endure a life of misery and isolation simply for trying to bring a child into this world. That’s why we’re dedicated to ending the suffering caused by obstetric fistula, a childbirth injury caused by prolonged, unrelieved obstructed labor that renders a woman incontinent – an injury that can only be treated through surgery.
Hope For Our Sisters is a non-profit that advocates for women and girls who, due to lack of access to maternal care, suffer from and are at risk for obstetric and traumatic fistula. We share their stories and raise support for the effective treatment and prevention of this hope-destroying condition. We partner with doctors, foundations, and others committed to bringing an end to fistula and to caring for these women and girls. Currently, our work is mostly based in Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Nepal. We seek to eradicate fistula by way of a three-pronged, cyclical approach - prevention, treatment, and empowerment. Our ultimate goal is for hope to be renewed in each woman and girl’s heart.