Potter’s House has its roots in walking alongside disadvantaged individuals and families living among rubbish dump sites and in rural communities. They empower the poor to make significant changes in their own lives and their own communities.
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Providing spiritual guidance for the families, focussing on reconnecting the family as a unit by helping them learn to support each other. Teaching them how to effectively communicate with each other.
Holistically equipping and shaping the lives of the children from elementary school through to university. Teaching them academic subjects and Christian values and principles. 70% of Potters House staff came from this programme.
Health and Nutrition
Providing medical attention, treating illnesses and educating in the basics of disease prevention and personal hygiene. Children are provided with nutritious meals that help them to reach the national group average for their height and weight.
Providing financial resources and guidance to enable people in the community to start or grow a small business and increase their income. This in turn improves their lives and the lives of their family. The scheme includes educating people on the importance of saving money and awareness of loan sharks.
Promoting community participation and collaboration for community projects such as infrastructure, evangelising and supporting self-management. Training new leaders to develop their communities.
people were discipled and evangelised
nutritious meals were given out
people received medical attention
prayer visits took place