Where we work

Where we work begins by choosing trusted indigenous and church partners in countries where we heard and proved high humanitarian needs. These individuals and churches that are committed are then train to empowering communities physically and spiritually through the loveliness of God. The next step is to identify the people who need Safe water most and to establish a network of professionals to implement the technology. However; we rely on you to passionately give or share our story.

South Sudan

In 2011. After a war of more than 20 years, South Sudan was granted independence from Sudan. But three years later, South Sudan plunged into own civil war based on tribal and political alliances. Currently a peace agreement has been signed. While parts of the country are still inaccessible due to security issues or bad infrastructure, Feat Africa has an opportunity to re-enter the community where we started working in 2013, building and installing biosand water filters and preaching the gospel.

In spite of having some of the largest oil reserves in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Sudan is one of the poorest countries in the world, ranked 187 out of 189 countries on the Human Development Index. UNICEF reports only 50% have access to water and more than 60% have no access to a latrine. Besides physical needs, there are many spiritual needs in a country that has suffered over the years.

Uganda

In 2016 Feat Africa started working in West Nile, Uganda, which remains under-served areas in the country in terms of infrastructure and development. The massive influx of refugees from South Sudan and Democratic Republic of Congo is adding significant strain of resources, leading to distressing health challenges, with one of the biggest needs being clean water. Without clean water, waterborne diseases pose a serious threat for refugees and the surrounding communities.

Pray for the many South Sudanese and Ugandan believers who are moving into the area to be a light for Christ to their Muslim neighbors. This part of Uganda is primarily Muslim. While the church is struggling making an effort to share the gospel in this region. Though some missionaries have been martyred by the Muslim dictators for their faith. Today, the church is gaining momentum, as Christians are moving into town and Muslims are starting to come to faith.

Democratic Republic of Congo

Democratic Republic of Congo; where we work, achieved it independence from Belgium on 30 June 1960 flog into conflict over administrative's and tribal conflicts. Reports by UNCHR indicate Violence in north-eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have displaced more than 300,000 people.

Feat Africa in April 2018 opened its door to support over 97,808 people who have returned to re-settle in Ituri province, Aru territory, Kumuru Community, with Water Sanitation and hygiene services. The reputation of the area is dangerous; a lot of witchcraft practices. Most people would say they are Christian, but many don't know what they believe in, and as a pastor; when medical issues occur, they soon go for help from the witch Doctor. A pastor of faith in Christ Jesus met our staff and presented his believe in Koboko that discipleship is the key for winning the souls of the people and make Christ truly known in the area. Pray for our team and Congolese believers who are moving into the area to sow seed of liberation through Jesus Christ.