Current projects


Water Projects

Most of us take for granted that wherever we may live in New Zealand, there will be safe drinking water piped into our homes. For around 300 million people in sub Saharan Africa, this is a daily challenge. The lack of access to clean safe water and decent sanitation is commonplace. 7/ 10 people without access to basic sanitation live in rural sub-Saharan Africa.

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Pastor’s Equipping Retreat

In Uganda the church is exploding. Justus Miwanda and his team at International Needs Uganda are working tirelessly with the many Pastors, Church Planters and Evangelists that they are responsible for. As you can appreciate such a powerful move of God, even though it is exciting, does have the potential to create problems within a ministry and a marriage.

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Bougainville: Study Bibles

In Bougainville we have an incredible team of Pastors, Church Planters and Bible School graduates that are passionate in their call to proclaim the gospel and spiritually feed the Christian church in their little part of the world.

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Give a decent education for at risk youth in Tonga ministry puts hopes in your hands

Over the last few weeks ‘normality’ has returned to many Kiwi households with the youth of our nation returning to school. In the Pacific Kingdom of Tonga schooling is a vital tool in equipping their youth to escape the multi-generational trappings of poverty. We partner with the Tonga National Youth Congress (TNYC) specifically for the development of young people in Tonga.

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Bougainville ministry puts hopes in your hands

As part of our desire to invest in the lives of the people of Bougainville we are wanting to raise $10,000 to enable Kidron to complete the boys’ dormitory and develop an Early Childhood Training Centre.

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So much to offer and desperate for your support and love in Fiji

New Zealanders’ impression of Fiji is white sand, lagoons full of blue water with brightly coloured tropical fish, fish markets, kava and torch lighting ceremonies at a 5-star resort. In contrast to this idealistic picture is an ‘underbelly’ of abandonment and abuse. Throughout Fiji there are literally hundreds of women who have been rejected and shunned from their extended families simply because they are a ‘solo mother’.

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Bangladesh - Naogoan ophanage project

Children in the rural areas of Bangladesh are in danger of child exploitation and enforced labour. International Needs wants your help to open an Orphanage in Naogoan to give the community hope and a future. The Orphanage would provide accommodation and care for 50 children rescued from child exploitation and schooling, healthcare and food to 400 children in the surrounding community.

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