Working Towards a Brighter Future

At Wings of Healing Community Health & Development we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to serve the people who need them the most.
Please partner with us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of students that would otherwise not get an education.

$50 a month can take care of one students needs. Not just school fees but also caring for their health, nutrition and spiritual health. Give to our student fund!


The Future Looks Bright

We believe in development and helping to develop a mind is a great privilege! 
We want to introduce to you our students and give you the opportunity to help support them with education costs. These students are either orphans or from families that have no ability to pay for school fees. When you support them it means they will stay in school and become leaders in their countries and bring a better future for their generation.

SUPPORT A STUDENT-Change a life forever!



Primary 6

Rose came to us in 2012 from a home that was selling alcohol and frequented by witchdoctors. She was being abused by the men that came there to drink.

She is a permanent member of the WoH family and she has become a force for the Lord. She wants to become a nurse and is determined to complete her education despite her age.



Senior 3

Stella is an orphan and we met her in 2013. She came to us and made a plea that if we educate her she will serve God and others with the education she gets. She is strong, loving and works hard to succeed. She is a blessing to so many.



Senior 3

Isaac came to us highly recommended by his school in South Sudan. He was performing well but was going to drop out because he could not raise school fees. He is serious, bold and extremely humble at the same time. He wants to usher in peace in his war-torn country.



Primary 2

Our dear Mercy came to us as a patient. At 7 years old we took her for treatment of a hemangioma tumor on her left eye. She received several surgeries and bleomycin treatment injections into the tumor for over 2 years. After over 1 year treatment free Mercy will be starting injections again because of regrowth. 

She was living in sheer poverty. Now she is thriving and excelling in school. She now has a life to live. She has blossomed into a happy, bright young lady that loves easily.

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Senior 3

Wani is a caring young man that has been supported by WoH since 2014. He was going to leave his studies because of lack of funds then our board voted to help him.


His scores are high and he works hard to get the most from his education. He has a great future and we are encouraged that he will be a peacemaker and leader in the future.



Primary 6

Emmanuel is a medical patient of ours that we sent for treatment of a long-term bone infection that had existed since 2012. He did not attend school this last year because the pain was too much for him to walk from the orphanage to the school in the refugee camp where he lives.

He is a fun and caring young man that wants a future with a foundation of education. Until now he has not even allowed himself to dream about tomorrow. He will is back in school and mending physically and spiritually as we continue to give him life lessons from the love in our hearts. His tomorrow is bright!!



Primary 1

The little sister to Rose and a blessing to my heart. She always has a smile to share and gives my heart joy. Just starting her education but she is ready for the challenge!



Primary 1

Mono is 7 years old and is living in the refugee camp with his mom and family of seven children. Since moving to the camp his mom has not been able have a business like she did in South Sudan and wants her children to be educated. He is one of five we are sending to school from this family.

He is well behaved and loves to help his mother. As with so many in the camps his father is gone.



Senior 3

Susan is a shy, courageous and intelligent young woman determined to get a good education. She has been our student since 2014 and continues to work hard so she can have an education that will help her family and country.



Primary 3

Danga is 14 years old and the older brother to Mono. He is living in the refugee camp. He is a good hunter with his homemade sling shot and is able to help bring some meat into the home to supplement their diet of maize and beans.

He has missed going to school and is so happy to have this opportunity.



Baby Class

She truly is a blessing and loves her older brothers Mono and Danga. She is fun and intuitive seeking to understand many things at her young age.


She is just starting into the educational system and says she wants to be a doctor.

As with many children living in the refugee camps she doesn't know just how poor she is, just that she has needs.



Primary 2

Odriga is one of four siblings being raised by their grandmother, Enya. His father was killed and they don't know where their mother is because she left them. Even in the camps he never seems down.


He always has a smile and is very helpful to everyone he meets. He is a peacemaker already and we will help him to grow to bew



Primary 2

Duku is 9 years old and the little brother to Odriga. He loves his grandmother that has cared for him and his siblings for 3 years now.

He has had a little education in South Sudan but wants to continue so he can be a success. 



Primary 3

Concy Liong is the oldest of the four siblings being raised by her grandmother that works so hard to provide a good home for them.

She helps with the chores and cooking but wants so much more. She wants to be a teacher so that she can help others in her situation gain an education



Primary 1

Florence is 6 years old and also is a sweet and hopeful child. She is the youngest of the four children that their grandmother is raising.

She goes to school to learn "everything to know". She is just starting her education and we look forward to helping her grow into a future leader.



Primary 4

Duku loves to pay football (soccer) and is often seen making a ball out of anything he can.


He is a great help to his mother and is very inquisitive. He lives next to our office in Moyo town and is always paying attention and asking questions whether we are working on a vehicle or doing carpentry work. 



Primary 1

Godwil is one of our newest students from Moyo town. He is going to become a great man with an education that his grandfather can't afford to give him.

Primary 4

Leticia is an energetic young woman heading for a great future. With the assistance of someone to help her with her education she will go far. 



Senior 3

Savior came to us in 2014 a bright and excelling student that lost his funding from extended family.


He had such a love for education and serving his people that we voted to help him continue the education that will allow him to be a change agent for the future of South Sudan.

He continues to perform well and looks forward to the future ahead. He has not decided what he wants to study in his future endeavors because he is concentrating on living each day with excellence.

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P.O. Box 192 Wilmore, KY 40390


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