We are involved with several programs and partnerships, all currently in Africa. Click on any title to learn more.
PK27 campus in Libreville, Gabon E4′s first project is PK27, a 65-acre campus that will serve the capital city of Libreville of 750,000. The campus will serve as a base for all medical & social outreach ministries. E4 is partnering with COSAC, the national church’s combined medical and social outreach committee that is made up of many components. Several of these include the mobile medical ministry, eye and rehabilitation clinic, Hope House for abandoned and orphaned children, Bon Samaritan ministry to over 300 widows and others.
Project Sunset We recently launched Project Sunset, a program started by a college student this past summer, to provide life-saving mosquito nets to the people of Gabon. Purchase your T-Shirt today to help reduce the risk of malaria through this simple yet effective program.
Hands of Grace Hands of Grace is another one of our indigenous led ministry partners in Gabon. Bon Samaritan’s purpose is to serve widows and marginalized women in Gabon. They have initiated training in several churches throughout Gabon for widows. The programs teach the women how to grow food and make products that they can sell at markets and through the ministry.
Hope House Our partner ministry to orphaned and abandoned children. A children’s ministry for abandoned and orphaned children. This ministry was birthed out of a local Gabonese pastor’s vision to see orphaned and marginalized children given the opportunity to experience the love of Christ and parents, and to thrive and enact positive change on a society that had left them for dead.
Gabon HIV Hope We are in partnership with Martin Mbavu and his ministry in Libreville, Gabon for people with HIV/AIDS. Martin has purchased land at Public Kilometer 23 (only 4 km away from our PK27 future campus) and is building a campus to care for those with HIV/AIDS. He also leads awareness campaigns and care to those with HIV/AIDS throughout Gabon.
Nebobongo Hospital We are working towards a partnership with Nebobongo Hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Currently, we financially support the hospital and have given significantly to emergency response plans that the hospital has had due to outbreaks of Ebola and a salmonella/malaria epidemic among the children of the region.
Please check each tab under programs for detailed information regarding our programs.