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Global Compassion 2017-02-01T03:52:49+00:00

Reaching people and touching lives with the love of God is Global Compassion’s vision that propels the work of serving the most remote, marginalised and neglected communities in society.

Global Compassion is the service arm of Christian Mission fellowship International.A major component of church activity, since inception, has been assistance to marginalised communities and that has continued to build steadily over the years, leading to the endorsement of Global Compassion as its service arm.Global Compassion takes a holistic approach towards the development of the people with the church arm empowering people by taking care of their spiritualwell being through teaching and counselling support, and Global Compassion providing the social services to support families and individuals in need by responding to livelihood needs including improved food security and health. Over the years the organisation has established a working relationship and network with the Fiji Government through its Ministry of Education, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation and DISMAC.For other countries where CMFI is established, Global Compassion is being set up to monitor and coordinate the work of reaching the marginalised communities through the provision of humanitarian services.

Currently there is a Global Compassion food store in Sydney providing affordable food and vegetables to the needy in and around the greater Sydney area.These are some of the donors and Government networks that Global Compassion works closely with:  Conducts regular health clinics with general screening tests and referrals with the Ministry of Health’s wellness centre Won a tender to manage and oversee the Pearly Gates Home formerly known as the Mahaffy Girl’s Residential Home in partnership with the Government’s Department of Social Welfare.  Distribution of food rations to those affected by floods in the Western Division. Assisted by AusAID. Distribution of micro nutrient rice to families at informal settlements around Suva and to schools that had been affected by the floods in the Sigatoka area. Rice donated by Moms Against Hunger (USA)
 Ongoing visitations to the HART led to the identification of an elderly man at a low income housing block and assisted him by reconnecting essential services such as water supply and electricity and cleaning his home, which had not been cleaned for years. Distribution of 10,000 free bras to more than 2000 women as per donation to Global Compassion by Australian Charity, Uplift Australian through the Rotary Club of Melbourne. Global Compassion facilitated the distribution of more than 500 wheelchairs donated by the Free Wheel Chair Mission, USA. Three “State of the Art” Kidney Dialysis machines donated by Somebody Cares through CMFI was presented to the Kidney Foundation Fiji.

Global Compassion, the charitable arm of Christian Mission Fellowship International was able to mobilise its church districts nationwide less than 24 hours after conducting its initial survey to provide immediate assistance and relief to those impacted by Tropical Cyclone Winston.

Three days after TC Winston struck the Fiji group, food rations were distributed to 246 families in the Tailevu North area reaching Veicorocoro settlement, Nadrano village, Luvunavuaka, Natalaira, Naqelekuro, Lawaki and neighbouring settlements along the Dawasamu stretch up to Natalaira. Most of the families reached have been left homeless following the cyclone and are living in make shift facilities, waiting for assistance.

Global Compassion aims to provide immediate assistance to bridge the need while Government is conducting assessments and coordinating national relief efforts. The organisation is working in consultation with the DISMAC team at the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)

Global Compassion mobilised the church network in Labasa to serve people from Bua, Savusavu and Taveuni and also in the western division in Lautoka to respond to the immediate needs in the west. There will also be a team taking food rations across by fibre boat to Moturiki in Lomaiviti and Qoma village in Tailevu.

Founder and President of CMFI, Reverend Suliasi Kurulo mobilised Global Compassion disaster relief operations, immediately following the onslaught of Tropical Cyclone Winston at the weekend.

Global Compassion welcomes donations from those willing to contribute to the purchase of food items as packing continues at the World Harvest Centre in Kinoya.

For more information please contact Ms Kesa Catanasiga, Manager Admin & Operations, Global Compassion on 8038934. e-mail: [email protected]


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