Raising Future Leaders for Mozambique

We believe it’s possible to alleviate suffering with the love of Christ. Evanjáfrica is an African-founded nonprofit empowering children and families to build a better future.

Evanjáfrica

We Care

Through our orphanage, school, church, programs, projects, and upcoming medical center, we aim to meet physical, spiritual, and social needs through transformative Christian community development.

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Orphan Care

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Schooling & College Scholarships

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Church

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Medical Center

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Community Development

Evanjáfrica

Our History

Discover our journey, filled with love, resilience, and unwavering commitment. Explore the rich history that shaped our organization’s purpose and has changed countless lives along the way.

Orphan Care

Transforming the lives of children who have lost parents with a safe place to live, a loving church family, and rewarding opportunities in education.

Our School

Empowering Mozambican primary and secondary school students with a faith-based, quality education and boundless opportunities for growth.

Medical Center

Help fund the building of our upcoming medical center. Embrace a world of compassionate care where healing hands and loving hearts restore hope.

Community Development

Together we build thriving communities filled with opportunities and sustainable progress for a brighter future.

Evanjáfrica

Success Stories

Discover the stories of transformation and triumph that inspire us to continue our mission with love and perseverance, fueling hope for a brighter future in Mozambique.

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Evanjáfrica

Evanjáfrica is an African-founded, non-profit, Christian ministry fighting spiritual and physical poverty in Mozambique. Our main areas of focus are orphan care, sharing the Gospel, education, and community development.

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1 month ago
Evanjáfrica

Overnight work with my teammates. Final review, and budgeting for our future medical center.

We get more done at night hours, it is quiet, cooler and relaxing. Anyone interested in helping us make our dream (bring to our people great medical facility and offer quality medical care), can contact us at victoracarlos78@gmail.com. www.evanjafrica.org
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Overnight work with my teammates. Final review, and budgeting for our future medical center.

 We get more done at night hours, it is quiet, cooler and relaxing. Anyone interested in helping us make our dream (bring to our people great medical facility and offer quality medical care), can contact us at victoracarlos78@gmail.com. www.evanjafrica.org 
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1 month ago
Evanjáfrica

KINGDOM PARTNERSHIP

Today we received 1 of 2 containers, from Samaritan's Purse pucked with shoes boxes.

We are keeping this boxes, and other children evangelism literature until their northern Mozambique team is ready to start with distribution to the kids in different areas.
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KINGDOM PARTNERSHIP 

Today we received 1 of 2 containers, from Samaritans Purse pucked with shoes boxes.

 We are keeping this boxes, and other children evangelism literature until  their northern  Mozambique team is ready to start with distribution to the kids in different areas.Image attachmentImage attachment+5Image attachment
1 month ago
Evanjáfrica

WE CONTINUE TO TRAIN OUR FUTURE NURSES AS WE PLAN TO BUILD OUR MEDICAL CENTER

It is always exciting to share the results of our hard work when it comes to fruition. Some of this young people grew up in the orphanage.

Others came to us from Cabo Delgado, because they were forced to abandon their homeland due to the ongoing war in that region.

They attended our school for few years, and completed the level that allows them to enter nursing school, then we awarded them scholarships.

We can’t enter detail, but we can say God is still in busyness of restoring people no matter what they experienced, and how the experience messed them up psychologically.

We are thankful for the hard work of our staff who have been dedicated carrying for then, nursing them back to spiritual and physical health.
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WE CONTINUE TO TRAIN OUR FUTURE NURSES AS WE PLAN TO BUILD OUR MEDICAL CENTER 

It is always exciting to share the results of our hard work when it comes to fruition. Some of this young people grew up in the orphanage.

 Others came to us from Cabo Delgado, because they were forced to abandon their homeland due to the ongoing war in that region. 

They attended our school for few years, and completed the level that allows them to enter nursing school, then we awarded them  scholarships.

We can’t enter detail, but we can say God is still in busyness of restoring people no matter what they experienced, and how the experience messed them up psychologically. 

We are thankful for the hard work of our staff who have been dedicated carrying for then, nursing them back to spiritual and physical health.Image attachment
2 months ago
Evanjáfrica

QUARTERLY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Today we celebrated birthdays for all who had their birthdays from.January to March, at a restaurant in the City.
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QUARTERLY BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

Today we celebrated birthdays for all who had their birthdays from.January to March, at a restaurant in the City.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
3 months ago
Evanjáfrica

OUR FIRST VISITOR OF THE YEAR
This week has been great to have my brother in the Lord, and friend pastor Benjamin Mogome all the way from Botswana. I met pastor Mogome at the Leader Mundial conference in South Africa last year, and our hearts clicked for the many things we have in common.

We spoke of Gospel networking in our African region and promised to visit each other and start a movement. This dream has started now, and we can see many great things God has for our nations ahead.

Pastor Mogome has been very encouraging and uplifting during these few days. He preached this morning at our church, met with our church leadership, went to visit Naphare the community where we are going to be build our medical center.

We exercised Matthew 18:19. Tomorrow he will be meeting with our bible teacher and school leadership and Tuesday will be speaking in our chapel to the students of grades 7 to 12.
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OUR FIRST VISITOR OF THE YEAR
This week has been great to have my brother in the Lord, and friend pastor Benjamin Mogome all the way from Botswana. I met pastor Mogome at the Leader Mundial conference in South Africa last year, and our hearts clicked for the many things we have in common.

We spoke of Gospel networking in our African region and promised to visit each other and start a movement. This dream has started now, and we can see many great things God has for our nations ahead.

Pastor Mogome has been very encouraging and uplifting during these few days.  He preached this morning at our church, met with our church leadership, went to visit Naphare the community where we are going to be build our medical center.

We exercised Matthew 18:19. Tomorrow he will be meeting with our bible teacher and school leadership and Tuesday will be speaking in our chapel to the students of grades 7 to 12.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment
3 months ago
Evanjáfrica

I wanted to write something out in gratitude of the goodness of God, as I see my once little girls today are grown, and some give me direction in the same work which they benefited. It feels like there aren't enough words to say. Nolita, Cocas, Ofeita, Sara and Ginia. ... See MoreSee Less

I wanted to write something out in gratitude of the goodness of God, as I see my once little girls today are grown, and some give me direction in the same work which they benefited. It feels like there arent enough words to say. Nolita, Cocas, Ofeita, Sara and Ginia.
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