Find out how PIPES International is impacting indigenous communities living in poverty in some of the world's poorest nations.

At PIPES International numbers are a key component of our monitoring and evaluation. The students in the schools we support, people who can access water, jigger patients that we treat, and jobs we help create are all indicators of project or program delivered and the number of people impacted.

However, numbers are not enough. The most important is witnessing how our work impacts lives of thousands of indigenous and vulnerable children, families and communities.
Finally, the feedback from local leaders and communities that we serve ensures we continue to emphasize the importance of serving with the highest quality to our recipients.

Since 2011, we've helped transform communities in various spheres of life. PIPES wants to see indigenous and vulnerable communities operating at their full potential. We are excited to see the tremendous growth of our ministry in making disciples, providing formal education, empowering people to fight poverty, and empowering hundreds of families to attain financial independence.
In 2022….
  •  1,100 children supported to receive formal education and meals.
  •  1,000 people reached through emergency response
  •  250 families in Burundi trained in innovative farming techniques to increase food production
  •  50 women empowered through sewing skills as an economic empowerment tool.
  •  100 local churches mobilized to reach their communities
  •  700 people benefit from our shallow water wells in Pakistan.

   In Congo
  • Constructed a school in Idjwi Island where children could not access education due to lack of classrooms.
  • Employed 28 trained teachers teaching at the school and earning a salary
  • Children enrolment grew from 156 in 2014 to 700 today.
  • Provision of porridge meal (Uji) served increasing attendance and concentration and contributed to curbing potential malnutrition among learners.

Serving some of the poorest nations in the world.

At PIPES, we partner with local communities to save lives and build stability, dignity, sustainability, and well-being of children, women, and families.