Healthcare is a fundamental human right.

Access to quality healthcare does not have to be reserved for the fortunate few. Our aim is to bring quality healthcare to those who do not have access, especially those who are in remote and destitute areas. It is our moral obligation to do so!

Of those with inadequate access to healthcare, women and children are the most vulnerable

According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), “303 000 women die due to complications of pregnancy and childbirth [and] 5.9 million children die before their fifth birthday”.

It is our duty to make sure that those who are vulnerable have “length of days and years of a life [worth living],” (Proverbs 3:2), to fully realise the potential that has been gifted to them by God. We primarily plan to do this by building hospitals and specialised health centres. Existing hospitals in need of assistance will also be helped.

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  • GBR CONGRESS & GFFJ BANQUET 2016 A SUCCESS
    We are humbled by the goodness of the Lord for the unprecedented success of Congress 2016. Time and again it is proved, that nothing is impossible in his sight, and those that trust him will never be put to shame.  Departmental Meetings On this day, the various departmental committees met to review their achievements, challenges and areas of concern for the past year and also focus on vision-casting for the current year. These committees are in line with the seven mountains and eight gates, and they include, but not limited to the cardinal pillars of the organisation, Men of Integrity, Future leaders, Women of Character, and Five-fold ministry and Intercession. Annual General Meeting Leaders and members from across the globe converged in this vital meeting to reflect on the status of the organisation and to adopt the board of directors’ resolutions and audited financial statements that reflected a gargantuan growth of the organisations over the past financial year. The Convenor, His Excellency Mr Sipho Mseleku took this opportunity to also clarify members and leaders on a number of important issues affecting the organisation, current and future, and also to define the kind of leader necessary to take the organisation forward at all levels. In the same breath, he explained the kind of leaders GBR does not need, as they will hamper the growth of the organisation. He emphasised on the importance and urgency of everyone to prepare in line with vision 2020 and the importance of serving with utmost diligence and humility such as Christ would epitomise. Day 1: Africa-Asia Summit The first day that was open to the public a success. Different panellist of experts like Mr Ernie Lai King, Head of taxation, Mr Raymond Chong, President of the Hong Kong Chamber of commerce and Industry, Ms Mametsi Ngcobo of Nedbank Group, Mr Buzwe Yafela, Director of Sakhumnotho Group and Ms Mary Spio, President of Creek USA. The first plenary culminated with a keynote address from South African Deputy Minister of Economic Development Hon Mr Madala Masuku. After an enchanting lunch meal was served, proceedings continued with the hosting of roundtable discussions focused on, Doing business in Swaziland, How Israel can benefit Africa, Doing business in Zimbabwe and Growing and funding a Pan African business. Day 2: Intra-Africa Summit The second day was ushered in by a welcoming address by the Convenor, a powerful address by Institute of Global Dialogue Director Dr Sphamandla Zondi, who gave a policy perspective on Intra-African trade and CAR Ambassador Andre Nzapayeke who gave a keynote address. Former Zambian Vice President Dr Nevers Mumba and South African Minister of Small enterprises, Hon Madam Lindiwe Zulu also gave sterling heart-moving addresses. Day 3: America-Africa Summit The penultimate day started with the Convenor’s special envoy, His Grace Archbishop Gerry Kibarabara opened with a moving word of prayer, and Rev Benjamin Acheampong officially welcomed the delegates. The plenaries were addressed by Hon Minister Gideon Dlamini of Swaziland, Hon Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng of the Republic of South Africa, Dr Nevers Mumba, Mr Stefan Sakoschek of the EU Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Southern Africa, Mr Bengt […]