Local accessibility to quality health care is often a luxury taken for granted by most people in the United States. In many of our programs, Passion Partners provides health care, through our partners, to people who would otherwise be unable to afford medical treatments.
A proper education can make all the difference in the world. That is why Passion Partners places such importance on meeting this need. Through the provision of feminine hygiene products for over 300 girls of the Purity Project, Passion Partners not only reduces high drop out rates among females but also provides them with an educational message and the Gospel. Other Passion Partners educational initiatives include financial support for the Mission House Vocational School for single mothers and the direct funding of the education for the 42 girls of the Restoration House.
Water is essential to life. According to the United Nations, 738 million people around the world still lack access to safe, clean drinking water. To address the problem of inadequate water, Passion Partners digs wells in key areas of the communities in which we partner. Often times, theses wells serve as a gathering place for the focal point of the community.
Living day to day and not knowing where your next meal will come from can be a daunting obstacle to face. Unfortunately, this is not uncommon for most of the people whom Passion Partners serves. To combat this problem, Passion Partners has developed several programs to ensure that this most basic need is met.
Imagine not having a safe place to lay your head at night. For the girls of the Restoration Home who have been orphaned, abandoned, or abused, this was their harsh reality. In response to this need, Passion Partners entered into a strategic partnership with our Ugandan Director, Fred Kaddu, and his church to construct the Restoration Home. At the home, 42 girls receive housing and all necessary resources. Additionally, through a pilot program, Passion Partners provides temporary housing assistance for girls who have graduated from the Restoration Home.
Have you ever had a mentor who meant the world to you? Someone who would pour into your life, providing powerful insight into issues of religion, life, and school. One of the most important components of the Restoration Home is its counseling program that provides the girls with guidance as they face the difficulties that life brings. We value this principle so much that we have also incorporated it into every component of ministry that we do.