Discipleship training School (DTS)
DTS is a residential training program that consists of two parts: a 3-month lecture phase followed by 3 months of outreach where students are sent in teams for outreaches and training in cross-cultural settings. The program has run since 2012 and counts 132 graduates. Its impact resonates in many communities where they set foot as they never leave communities the same.
Empowering individuals to develop their relationship with God and equipping them for Christian service and discipleship.
Burundi Dream Academy(BDA)
Every child in Burundi has the opportunity to discover and fulfill his/her full potential. since 2013, we are providing quality education to children from preschool to primary shool level to over 300 student.
Transforming today’s generation and equiping tomorrow’s dreamers.
One Cup A Day
Through One Cup a Day program, YWAM Burundi offers to underprivileged children, exposed or suffering from malnutrition, fortified porridge to supplement the little and non-nutritious meals that they have in their families.
Loan & Saving Group
The Loan and Saving Group aims at empowering and supporting women facing economic challenges, enabling them to start or expand their small businesses, and improve their overall financial well-being.
This group made of 40 women meets every Wednesday for various financial literacy training to enhance their entrepreneurial skills and knowledge.
Clean and Sanitation Water
YWAM is providing clean and safe water to the community around it’s campus 900 people in the community are served daily.
Inspire leaders to unlock their full potential and make a meaningful impact in their spheres of influence
Homes of Hope
The program of Homes of Hope is designed to provide a stable and decent living environment for the poor community of Batwa in Burundi. YWAM Burundi identifies families who live in very bad conditions and build dignifying and comfortable homes they can live in for better livelihoods.
Since the Batwa community largely have lands from the government, YWAM Burundi solely build homes that they can occupy and better their living conditions.
To date, 38 families have acquired new homes with a total number of 232 direct beneficiaries.
Imuhira Family program unites a family and children in need of parents to take good care of them. For an easier integration, YWAM Burundi provides residential homes in which these families can live in free of charge to allow a safe and nurturing environment for orphans.
The healthcare program is a dedicated initiative aimed at providing accessible and affordable healthcare services to individuals and families who are economically disadvantaged.
Currently, 3000 insurance cards are distributed yearly. The team at YWAM also conducts a number of sensitization training to provide preventive health education.
Alleviate suffering and protect vulnerable populations.
Provide long-term sustainable solutions to improve the lives of those affected by poverty or other challenges.