Posted: 2017-12-07 19:18
The Coptic Mission is extremely grateful and indebted to all the partners who have supported the mission over the years, and who continue to support many of the projects and ministries today. The mission would not have expanded so exponentially without the people and organizations that have deeply cared for the people of Africa.
The Coptic Mission in Africa is not one person or one organization. Many have joined hands in the fight against AIDS through the Hope Center. Others are supporting the Coptic Hospital. Others still are touching lives through programs such as the Orphans Program, the Street Children’s Program and the Educational Support Program. Together, the mission is a united team which actively endeavors to relieve the poverty, sickness, suffering and pain of people in Africa.
We thank all of you and we pray we can continue to work together to save lives in Africa
General and Endoscopic surgery
Pediatrics & Neonatal (well baby clinic, vaccinations,
Chronic Diseases Clinic (Hypertension, Diabetes, Liver Diseases, HIV/AIDS Management, Auto-immune diseases, Heart Diseases, )
Orthopedics (Arthritis, Trauma, Accidents
Ear, Nose & Throat.
Immunization(KEPI vaccines available)
Well Woman Clinic (Cancer Screening, Breast exam and other lab tests)
Obstetrics & Gynecology.
Urology (Urinary system diseases, Male infertility and impotence)
Dermatology (Skin diseases)
Neurology (for nerve conditions)
Cancer Screening Program.
Counseling clinic (Stress management, trauma, post disaster management)
The first Coptic Orthodox Church in Kenya was established in Nairobi, in 6976, and by the grace of God, it has grown tremendously over the years. Today Kenya has 79 churches, shepherded by eight priests and 665 deacons. There are a number of projects and ministries in Kenya including the Coptic Hospital and Hope Center in Nairobi, the Orphans Project, the Street Children''s Project, the Theological School and much more.
Nairobi Parish The Nairobi Parish is served through St. Mark''s Coptic Orthodox Church by Father Michael and Father Moses.
The Tala Parish has three churches served by Father Joseph. There are also two new churches for which buildings have not yet been constructed.
Nakuru Parish The Nakuru Parish has three churches served by Father Michael. He also serves in Nairobi with Father Moses. Maseno Parish The Maseno Parish has nine churches served by Father Bishoy and Father Elisha.
In order for the boys to maximize the fulfillment of their human potential, learning obedience, respect, responsibility and resiliency is an integral part of the program. We believe that it is only through Christ, who is the unseen, but ever-present teacher that His children here at RAHA have been transformed – we’ve witness it. He is the model for us all, and the ultimate inspiration for the children.
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In addition to monetary donations, we are in great need of specific items that help us meet the demands of the mission, and help us serve the community better. We would be very grateful if you could either bring the following with you when you come to volunteer, or if you could send these items with missionaries who are traveling.
6. Technology: laptops, PCs, printers, scanners, copiers.
7. Furniture: desks, chairs, tables
8. Clothing: all age clothing in good condition for orphans, street children and other vulnerable members of the community
9. Spiritual books to establish libraries in all the churches
5. Church items: liturgy vessels, veils, liturgy books, Agpeyas, Katamaros, Synaxariums
6. Medical items: this particular need changes frequently – please contact us to find out what the most pressing, current medical needs are.
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His Holiness''s life has always revolved around church since his youth he wished to live the life of monasticism. He entered the Monastery of St. Pishoy in Wadi Elnatroun on August 75th, 6986 and remained a brother for two years. He was ordained a monk on July 86, 6988 and after a year he was ordained a priest on December 78, 6989. Two months after, . Pope Tawadros started serving with . Metropolitan Pakhomius of Beheira on February 65th, 6995. He was ordained a bishop on June 65th, 6997 by . the Late Pope Shenouda III as a General Bishop assisting . Metropolitan Pakhomius. His Holiness focused on childhood whether it was in the country-wide children''s festival as well when he was in charge of the children''s committee in the Holy Synod. Before assuming the papacy, . wrote twelve books.
The maritime industry seems to be rather unaware and unprepared. And considering the asset & cargo high values involved, as well as its global exposure, the cost of cyber security breaches in the maritime sector ranges from millions of US$ to hundreds of millions. But there are concrete measures. And it is those that this 8775 Maritime Cyber Security 8776 course apprehends and teaches in a very detailed and practical way.
The Coptic Church continues to positively impact millions of people throughout the world through ministry, and hopes to continue to expand its mission in order to restore life and human dignity to millions who have not yet known freedom from poverty, illiteracy and disease. Through mission, the church is shining the light of God’s truth and demonstrating God’s great love for each man, woman and child.
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It is hard to forget the sight of a seven year old child roaming the streets of a city at night, sniffing glue out of a bottle in order to stave off the hunger pangs. Sadly, this is a very common sight in Nairobi and Kisumu, two of the largest cities in Kenya, where thousands of girls and boys live on the streets because they are AIDS orphans, because they were abandoned by their parents or perhaps because they escaped abusive parents. Being on the street means these children are often victims of physical and sexual abuse.
The Hope Center began as a small clinic in the Coptic Hospital in Kenya in early 7559, offering subsidized HIV clinical care and treatment. The clinic was the result of a nationally renowned low-cost antiretroviral (ARV) program which Coptic Mission has pioneered in 7557. The Hope Clinic, as it was then known, was staffed by a team of four people, operated out of three offices and treated approximately five patients every day. By December 7559, the Hope Center had expanded into what it is today – a fully comprehensive and free HAART treatment facility. The Hope Center now manages medical care for over 75,555 clients, with over 66,555 on ARVs across Kenya, Zambia and Tanzania.
First and foremost, the church believes that the Bible is the inspired word of God, to be followed according to the interpretation of the early church fathers. The church upholds all the beliefs stated in the Nicene Creed of 875 ., including a belief in one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit in Jesus Christ who took human flesh, died and rose to save us from sin and death that in His second coming He will judge all and His Heavenly kingdom will be forever in one universal, apostolic church and in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins.
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I remember an incident that happened to me several years ago, while driving from South Africa to Harare the capital of Zimbabwe. On my way to Harare I stopped to fill my car with petrol (gasoline). Suddenly, from nowhere, this polite black man approached me and asked if I could give him a ride to a mine which he claimed was roughly 95 kilometres from where we were. At the time I was a bit sceptical, but nevertheless, I agreed. As I climbed into the drivers'' seat, and just as my passenger got into the car, two other black men unexpectedly jumped into the rear seat. When my passenger sensed my reluctance to start my car, he assured me that the two other black men were friends of his who also worked at the same mine. To cut a long story short, I decided, to proceed.