How the C.A.M.P Fund gives support

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:


Nursing Students

$ 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.


Medical Aid

$ 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.


Teaching Service

$ 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.