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ABOUT CALVARY 

TRANSFORMATION

MINISTRIES

Evangelism, giving hope to the orphans, widows, and vulnerable people, community development, leadership training

VISION & OBJECTIVES.

OUR VISION

To transform the mindset of people through the word of God and to mobilizing the entire Burundian community to build the nation of Burundi without orphans.

OUR MAIN OBJECTIVES

  • Renewing the mindset of people through conferences, seminars, and various types of training.

  • Mobilizing the population through self-promotion activities and support them financially.

  • Place orphans and other vulnerable children in foster families to allow them to grow and flourish.

  • Work with churches and leaders to raise awareness, encourage and direct minister to the vulnerable and their care givers.

OUR OPERATIONAL ORGANIZATION 

  • To carry out its activities Calvary Transformation Ministries has structures at different levels

  • The Executive committee that directs all activities carried out the country through five (5)regions.

  1. North region includes provinces: Kayanza, Ngozi, Muyinga, and Kirundo

  2. South regions brings together provinces: Rumonge,Makamba,Bururi And Rutana

  3. Central region includes provinces: Gitega, Muramvya, and Mwaro

  4. Western region composed of provinces: Bujumbura Mairie, Bujumbura, Bubanza, and Cibitoke

  5. Eastern region formed by Ruyigi, Karusi, and Cankuzo

  • Each region has a regional committee which administers the provincial committee.

  • Each provincial committee oversees the activities of the communal committee.

  • Each communal committee directs the activities of the zonal committee. These in turn control the activities of the hill committees.

OUR

FOUNDER.

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HATUNGIMANA ENOCK ALDRICH

Calvary Transformation Ministries is a local Christian nonprofit organization based in Burundi, Africa. The ministry was founded in 2011 and has been approved by ministerial ordinance Number 530/1637 of 06/10/2014. 


It’s founder HATUNGIMANA Enock Aldrich is former child soldier who had been forced to join rebel group at the age of 13 years. After five years Enock  returned home to raise his four brothers and two sisters, following his mother’s death. Enock worked a number of jobs in order to advance his education, attending bible college and eventually becoming a pastor and deacon. Currently he is senior pastor and an international coordinator for orphan care and ministries for the vulnerable.


Calvary has setup  a department called Raising Orphan and Vulnerable in our Families (ROVF) in order to build the nation of Burundi without orphans (BWO). The team is dedicated to raising orphans and caring for widows within families. 


Enock lives in Burundi with his wife, son (Hatungimana Shammah Aldrich), daughter (Hatungimana Becca Aldrich), foster son (Uwimana Fabrice), and foster daughter (Ndabaruhiye Toussela).

PARTNERS.

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We are grateful for the support of our partners who are investing in the well-being of our communities, families, and children in Burundi. 

  • The Ministry of Human Rights, Social Affairs, and Gender (Government)

  • CAFO (Christian Alliance for Orphans)

  • WWO ( World Without Orphans)

  • LFA (Love First Africa )

  • ABPS (Au Bon Prix Supermarket)

  • DPS (Design and Print Solution)

  • YWAM BURUNDI ( Youth With A Mission)

  • Heritage Fellowship Church

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The Ministry of Humans Rights, Social Affairs, Gender (Government of Burundi)