PRHeSS Community Hospital and Vocational School Updates (Dec. 2017)

PRHeSS Ministry is planning a Missionary Trip for 15 volunteers. Your donation will help to reduce their out of pocket expenses.

PRHeSS in the Media

Dr. & Mrs. Kormoi had the opportunity to discuss PRHeSS on the television show “Different Drummers”.

Mother Africa is Crying

Her children are suffering tremendously. Please join us to respond to Africa’s cry.Support the cause “Rural Africa for Hope and Dignity”.  Adopt a town or village in rural Africa. Be an ambassador to your town or village. Let the Pan-African Rural Health and Social Services NFP (PRHeSS) construct a very well needed public water well or toilet in your name.May God richly bless you for sharing.

Hope & Dignity for Rural Africa

The once sweet and peaceful rural Africa in her natural beauty that attracted the outside world is no longer the same. Rural Africa has lost her peacefulness and beauty to wars, famine and virulent disease processes among other perpetrators of modern times.

 The aborted hopes and dreams of individuals and institutions have robbed the continent of human dignity, hope and pride. Human basic survival is threatened. Life expectancy is at its lowest ever, while poverty, infant mortality and maternal death rates are at their highest.

Latest News About PRHeSS

Following the end of a long lasting civil war that devastated the entire nation of Sierra Leone and destroyed every fiber that held the cutural institutions together, Dr and Mrs. Samuel Kormoi embarked on rehabilitating one of the poorest communities of rural Sierra Leone. The Pan-African Rural Health & Social Services “PRHeSS” is the vehicle of transformation. Founded by Dr. and Mrs. Kormoi of First Wesley Academy United Methodist Church of Harvey, a south Chicago suburban community, PRHeSS has been the perfect transformative tool for the Fallay Wujah community of rural Sierra Leone. With the commitment, dedication and sacrifice of the Christian communities and the support of the Northern Illinois United Methodist Conference, PRHeSS has transformed lives in rural Sierra Leone for 7 years now and still countimg. Starting from community free clothing distribution, community farming support… rice, peanut, corn and poultry farming to feed the hungry, constructing water wells, outdoor toilets, providing school and medical supplies, building Hope United Methodist Church/school and vocational schools for illiterate young men and women, PRHeSS has become an important part of the Fallay Wujah community. Today, with the help of member, supporters, donors and well wishers, the 30 admission bed PRHeSS community clinic is constructed and awaiting official opening. Thanks to the children of God for caring for the “least of these”

PRHeSS current focus:

After seven years of relentless effort to revive the Fallay Wujah community, it is most important that we continue our effort towards self sustainability. We are very proud of the Christian community and all our donors and supporters for helping to positively change lives in this rural African community.  …more

Our Mission

PRHeSS ministry is dedicated to improving sanitation, providing quality health care services and promoting human empowerment through social and economic development in order to restore hope and dignity to rural Africans.


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Hope Clinic
Brothers and sisters in Christ, the picture above tells the story of how your donated dollars are put into use to serve the underprivileged. This is a 30 bed clinic with a spacious outpatient facility to serve 8 to 10 thousand residents ( and growing) of Fallay Wujah section, Jong chiefdom in rural Sierra Leone. It is because of supporters like you that we  are all able to save lives and help protect the good health of so many that are less fortunate than you and I. The clinic once completed will be an outstanding facility in South West Sierra Leone for the treatment of all infectious diseases and more. Malaria parasites, the greatest killers of sub Sahara African residents must be arrested in its track to save now and future generations. You have been a great part of this effort.

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