Getting in touch

South Africa:   

+27 620363928

Rwanda:

+250 788401572

Uganda:

+256 781404292

Skype:

ndaheinetworkalexis@gamail.com

Email:

hakizimanaalexis@ndahei.org
info@ndahei.org
ndaheinetworkalexis@gmail.com

OUR BIBLE STUDIES
DBS (discover bible study):
1 family to 72 families to between
340 people to 370 people every year.

OUR CHURCHES
Healing Churches are scattered in many cities
of Uganda,Rwanda and Burundi.

Sunday service: 10:00 am to 12:30pm
Wednesday service: 5:00 to 7:00pm

Children service is available.

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Together with his converted fellows and followers, he decided to start NDAHEI. He is a founder and President of NDAHEI and was ordained by Bishop Karure Fred of Wakiso Nations Friendship of the born again Christians in Uganda.

HELPING TO BUILD A BETTER FUTURE

We're dedicated to serving the most vulnerable people across the world by addressing the root causes of poverty and empowering communities. From addressing short-term needs to tackling long term issues, NDAHEI works to alleviate poverty through a range of varied and important projects.

WE MOSTLY WORK WITH:

•        unemployed or orphan girls will go out to sell themselves, a practice that will make them vulnerable of being impregnated before maturity.
•        boys who happened to involve themselves in the drugs, another practice that will throw them into the life of gangsterism and unsafe prostitution.

All these circumstances result in cultural decline and alienation, potentially culminating in the contraction of transmissible diseases such as syphilis and HIV.

NDAHEI is now here to prevent such tragedy, advise the youths and assist those already affected. NDAHEI network is a registered International NGO.
Our registration number: 183-435 NPO

NDAHEI is not a profit making organ, it is a way to reach out to the needy people.
Everything we do is to promote the glory of God.

OUR CHURCHES:

Healing Churches are in Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi and in many other different countries.

Sunday service: 10:00 am to 12:30pm
Wednesday service: 5:00 to 7:00pm

Healing Room service is available in all our churches & in our partner churches.
Children service is available.

Our involvement

NDAHEI currently has many community projects in which we are active.

Select project to view more information:

Workshop, youth activities & conference Education Emergencies Environment Health Hunger Livelihoods Orphans Water Men Problems

Workshop, youth activities & conference

We train the youths in micro and macro arts such as sewing, carpentry and we sell their products in order to get the didactic materials. We organize annual youth conference (Every year).

Education

Education is a doorway out of poverty. We believe the only way to break the cycle of poverty is to give people the opportunity to educate themselves and work their own way to independence and success.

Emergencies

Emergencies can strike at any time. We believe they are a time for immediate action, but they are also a time to act wisely for the future. Our operations involve immediate relief, early recovery and long term rehabilitation work.

Environment

We try to prioritise environmental sustainability in all our projects. We believe poverty alleviation is not effective if it exploits the long term health of the ecology. Our humanitarian projects are temporary.

Health

It is much too easy to forget how vital good health is for communities to be able to prosper. We run projects to address the most prevalent and widespread diseases.

Hunger

Hunger is the most severe form of poverty and can cripple entire communities. Our core work focuses on providing nutritional aid to families and communities around the world.

Livelihoods

Hunger is the most severe form of poverty and can cripple entire communities. Our core work focuses on providing nutritional aid to families and communities around the world.

Orphans

Orphan care is at the heart of the work we carry out. We believe providing children with security & a high standard of education that will help tackle the root causes of poverty & empower generations to come.

Water

No intervention has greater overall impact upon national development & public health than the provision of safe drinking water & proper sanitation. That is why we take a comprehensive approach to safe water projects.

Men Problems

Unplanned pregnancies and abandoned pregnant girls.
Drug problems.
Gang violence.

Men Problems

Unplanned pregnancies and abandoned pregnant girls.
Drug problems.
Gang violence.

Men Problems

Unplanned pregnancies and abandoned pregnant girls.
Drug problems.
Gang violence.

OUR VISIONARY

Alexis Kiza Hakizimana, was born in Kigali, the capital city of Rwanda, a country in East Africa in 1980. At a young age, due to difficult circumstances he found himself in the deepest village where his former luxury life had turned into a wilderness. He became a cowboy in the bush. While keeping his adoptive father’s cows, he saw a deeper meaning and that threw all he knew into harsh perspective.

From the ground, he saw something scary, and from there he heard a voice calling him to rescue God’s people, something he couldn’t understand at eight years. He ran to an old man who was close to ask the significance of the experience, but the old man couldn’t help. It was only later after meeting one of the Pastors back home that he was given an explanation. He decided to give up all the sweet things of the world, though it took him some years to comply with God’s intentions and mission for him.

During the 1994 there was a genocide for Tutsi in Rwanda; this Alexis lost many of his family members. This has played a role as one of the formative incidents in his life. It has affected his life to the point of drugging himself in order to sleep. Only under the influence of drugs could he sleep, but once sober again the difficult memories would always push him down, despite the continuous voice reminding about his childhood vision.

By the grace of God, he was found by a Samaritan, who took him from the street and returned him to school. While in secondary school, as an adolescent, the same childhood scenario came back and from there he began to preach the gospel to his classmates. Despite the short time back in school, he was soon finished with his A2(matric) and ready to embrace the free life. He joined the ADEPR and the Pastors there did all they could to train him in the Christian formal basic ministries.

Shortly after finishing his matric, this Alexis found himself in jail and from there he was sent by God to Uganda where his evangelical ministry took shape. He faced many challenges, but throughout with Christ standing by, he has found success and truth.

Together with his converted fellows and followers, he decided to start NDAHEI. He is a founder and President of NDAHEI and was ordained by Bishop Karure Fred of Wakiso Nations Friendship of the born again Christians in Uganda.

Alexis is currently living with his family in South Africa, where he still holds onto his calling to make disciples for Jesus. Alexis wishes to see nations being changed by the power of God through true biblical teaching, strategic prayers and discipleship making. He wants the community and coming generations to be transformed through healing of the broken hearted, both spiritually and physically.

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