Africa

Mission and Ministry
Artwell Chidhakwa, a driver at United Methodist Nyadire Mission Hospital, holds hands with Maduni Jangamu at an eyeglasses clinic in Dindi, Zimbabwe. Photo by Chenayi Kumuterera, UMNS.

Improving vision and lives in Zimbabwe

Nyadire Connection program provides glasses to more than 4,000 people in rural communities.
Violence
The United Methodist Women Association Cameroon hosts a workshop in Obala, Cameroon, to address gender-based violence in the country. Photo by Collette Ndobe.

Cameroon UMW confront gender-based violence

More than 50 women, representing diverse experiences and roles, gain knowledge to reduce vulnerability to violence and discrimination in a patriarchal society.
Social Concerns
A local agriculture extension officer teaches members of the Odzani Swarm Charm how to separate honey   and wax using a honey separator. As part of the United Methodist Women project, the women manage   beehives and sell the honey and its by-products to provide for their families and local church. Photo   by Kudzai Chingwe, UMNS.

Church empowers rural women in Zimbabwe

Church-sponsored projects, including beekeeping, small-scale farming and craft making are helping rural women in Zimbabwe survive the struggling economy.
General Church
The Rev. Jerry Kulah makes his case for the Modified Traditional Plan during a Feb. 23 breakfast hosted by Good News, an unofficial traditional caucus of The United Methodist Church. The breakfast drew an overflow crowd to a St. Louis hotel on the opening day of the 2019 General Conference. Photo by Steve Beard, Good News.

Good News GC2019 breakfast draws big crowd

The Rev. Jerry Kulah touts Modified Traditional Plan and says African delegates 'are not children in need of Western enlightenment' on sexual ethics.

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