The C.A.M.P. Fund invests in medicine and education in Eastern DR Congo, knowing these are not only needed services, but agents of development and security, producing moral, communal-minded leaders to help break cycles of violence, combat corruption, and stimulate positive changes and growth. Increased medical expertise helps address both short-term and long-term health and wellness needs; moreover, a good education, medical and otherwise, helps to train professionals and swell the ranks of problem-solvers in a place that needs them acutely. We are collaborating with three established, accomplished, and accountable overseas organizations 1. a rural nursing school, ITM (Technical Medical Institute of Rwanguba), 2. a medical aid organization, HEAL Africa, and 3.and a university, UCBC (Christian Bilingual University of Congo) to give support to the following:
$ goes to ITM Rwanguba, a rural nursing school producing new medical professionals that will benefit underserved areas. Ongoing support gives tuition assistance of $50 each to 40 students for a school year.
$ goes to HEAL Africa, a medical aid organization serving primarily children with orthopedic needs and women with fistula. Ongoing support funds the head medical technician, Bizimana Sebushari, with $300 per month.
$ will go to UCBC to fund volunteer college instructors Rebecca and Jeff Cech for a year of service committed to producing good leadership & problem-solvers in DR Congo. A year of supporting two volunteers costs $25,000.
Click above to visit individual areas of support and get details about each, including a history of the effort, how the donations will be used, and who benefits. Please strengthen our support by joining us, and DONATE as you are able.