Working for a of a child
...the best reward
We were "Created to Serve & Love God", this is our philosophy here at CMI, an organization that provides humanitarian aid to disadvantaged children and their communities. Our projects are voluntary initiative that brings together several organizations that pursue the same common goal .
Project Help child
At CMI we are constantly searching for new projects. Our focus is focused on the most marginalized corners of our planet, which lack basic needs for daily sustenance in their communities. With the help of international leaders, we seek to develop new project initiatives, which can help improve the future of our young children and communities. Below we see the new projects, which are in full development. If you have any idea that can help us to develop any of these projects, do not hesitate to contact us.
Native American childrenMission
The project: Mission Native American Children (NACM) was created in 2017, as a result of a missionary trip to the Navajo Reserve, Arizona (United States). Since then, CMI's mission is to provide humanitarian aid to disadvantaged children and their Native American communities throughout the world. Our organization is taking on the task of forming groups of volunteers who wish to participate in this missionary initiative, working together to improve the quality of life of many children and communities. To this project we add the Native American community of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta (Colombia), which we had the pleasure of working with them in mid-2018.
Project igniteA Light
Turn On A Light (IAL) has its beginning in 2018, and was inaugurated at a youth mission congress, in the city of Santa Marta, Colombia. Our Ministry not only exists to be a light in the path of those most disadvantaged, but also, as an aid to those who wish to grow in their faith, challenging them to discover their ministry, their mission and honor God with their lives.
There are more than 300 million children in the world who lack a pair of shoes and walk barefoot in their daily lives. This puts them at risk of infection and even death from diseases that enter their bodies through cuts on unprotected feet. Lack of appropriate clothing contributes to 70% of diseases in third world countries. At CMI we are pleased to promote a project that has the name: Bare Feet (BF) that provides the appropriate clothing to minimize the risk of contracting diseases.
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