UPDATES

The work of Emmanuel International continues in 10 countries around the world. Every Tuesday morning, through ZOOM, these countries connect for updates and prayer. These updates are shared here to provide a glimpse into the ongoing service of Emmanuel International and our partner churches, serving those in need in our communities, wherever that is.

Brazil

Can’t Stop Now!!!

Food is needed for the body but prayer strengthens the soul. Fred and Carla Silva are the Missao Emanuel do Brazil (EI Brazil) leaders since 1980. As the pandemic worsens, food security for needy families continues to be a major...

Brazil

Help is on the way!

Missao Emmanuel do Brazil’ got its start in 1980 through Fred Silva. Fred and Carla Silva are the EI Brazil leaders. Fred tells us about their journey with EI. Working with 8 partner churches, EI Brazil continues to meet the needs of...

Haiti

Tropical Storm Laura

Tropical Storm Laura reached Haiti on Sunday morning, 23 August, 2020 with a speed of 30 km/h, moving from the Centre department to the Artibonite and Nord-Ouest departments. Air and sea traffic was temporarily suspended and the...

Malawi

The Power of 8 inches!

Greetings from Malawi to all you Canadian women who are knitting squares.   I am Patricia Saulos and together with Esther Kamwana, we would like to thank God for you and for the 8 inch squares you knit for us. Your squares have brought...

Phillipines

Kids’ Ministry, Mindanao

Children nationwide have not been able to attend school since March due to the pandemic. There is a new target date of October 5th for opening of school. We are sad because the morning laughter we usually hear on our morning walks next...

South Africa

11 Years Later….

The Safe House ministry was formed by Emmanuel International South Africa (EI SA) in 2009 and is located in the informal township of Masiphumelele, south of Cape Town. EI SA’s partner in keeping orphans and vulnerable children safe is...

Tanzania

Strength & Dignity

Girls like Stella are why we launched the “Nguvu na Hadhi” girls’ health project! There’s a significant gap in countries across Sub-Saharan Africa when it comes to menstruation. The importance of addressing this gap cannot be stressed...

Uganda

It’s A Problem!

Inability to manage menstruation is not the only reason why a girl may drop out of school, but it is an early and important factor. Acholi Girl’s Fairer Future project has been running in its current form since 2014… In Uganda...