Mocha Club works with local leaders. We believe they are in the best positions to know the needs of and effect real change in their communities. So we work through education, offering these leaders the tools to identify, address, and fulfill the needs of their communities.
Who are some of these leaders?
They are Budete in Rwanda, coordinating cooperatives with women living with HIV/AIDS to grow their financial security and independence.
They are James in a South Sudanese refugee camp, who adopted three orphans after they showed up to the camp without families.
They are Denis in Congo, working to address the trauma children in his community have experienced.
They are Richard in Uganda, who started a nursery and primary school for children whose parents were abducted by rebels.
They are Chipiliro in Malawi, starting an orphan feeding program through his local church, as well as a nursery school and Bible study for HIV+ women.
They are Henry in South Africa, ministering to and mentoring alcoholics in the townships.
There are over 60,000 graduates of our education program – leaders just like these — across the continent, over 5,000 currently enrolled. Your mochas are providing an education that gives them a framework to turn these dreams into real and sustainable change in their communities. And that’s just what they are doing.