Nizamptnam is located at the edge of the coastal area of Bay Bengal. All the people are belongs to the fishermen community. Jesus Christ started his preaches in fishermen community. His first believers Peter, Andrew, James and John are fishermen. So ERM started preaching at fishermen communities. Most of the villagers in these areas not served by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and even the people ever heard the name of the Jesus Christ. After the taking the Gospel to this area many people accepted the Gospel and received Jesus Christ as their personal savior.

Who is Eliezer Relief Ministries?
Eliezer Relief Ministries is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, women, farmers, old people, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Is Eliezer Relief Ministries formally tied to or a subsidiary of any other entity?

Eliezer Relief Ministries is an independent private Christian organization and is not formally affiliated with any government, denomination, foundation or corporation, though it maintains positive working relationships with all of these.

How long has Eliezer Relief Ministries been in operation?

Eliezer Relief Ministries was founded in 2005 by the Ch.V.S.R.Raju in response to the needs of Gospel Outreach Ministries.

What types of projects does Eliezer Relief Ministries do?
Eliezer Relief Ministries  projects may be grouped into three areas: 1) short-term emergency relief, such as providing food, shelter and medical care to victims of natural or man-made disasters; 2) long-term sustainable community development focusing on helping communities meet the needs its members identify, like clean water, education, health care, agricultural improvements and sanitation; and 3) working with policymakers and the public at the national, regional and global level to build awareness around poverty and to address the unjust systems that help perpetuate it.

Many relief projects transition into development activities. For example, Eliezer Relief Ministries began working in the rural areas of the Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh state of India located in the edge of the Bay of Bengal during the Tsunami affected in 2004s. Eliezer Relief Ministries provided food and other necessities, but also helped transform the effected Area into a region that actually fishing in the sea.

What does "child-focused" mean?

Children are the most vulnerable members of any community, so Eliezer Relief Ministries project activities are designed to have maximum benefit for them. This means improving the lives of children by dealing with the causes of their suffering, not just the symptoms. It also means recognizing that children live in a larger context of family and community, so sustainable development work needs to impact all of these.

For example, if children are hungry in a community, Eliezer Relief Ministries aims to resolve the underlying food insecurity issues affecting the community, investing in projects like improved irrigation systems, seeds and training. These way children get the food they need, not just this year, but sustainable into the future.

Micro finance and other projects that seek to improve adults' livelihoods are very much a part of this child-focused strategy. An economically-stable community can care for its children long after development projects have come to fruition.

Sabbath schools are also one of the main aspects to control the children who are directed to wrong route. In these we teach the children how to obey elders, how to live in the society and how to become a good citizen in the society. And also supply nutrition food, note books, school materials, school fees etc.

Is being or becoming a Christian a prerequisite for receiving help?
We are a signatory to the International Red Cross Code of Conduct, which includes the imperative that “aid is given regardless of the race, creed or nationality of the recipients and without adverse distinction of any kind. Aid priorities are calculated on the basis of need alone.” While the majority of our staff are Christian believers, our policy states that we will not select partners or children on this basis, nor insist on the delivery of Christian messaging, nor use aid to induce a person to change religion. We are inspired by Christian values and seek for our work to be our testimony to the example of Jesus Christ.

Is evangelism a part of Eliezer Relief Ministries 's projects?

Eliezer Relief Ministries  does not proselytize. The organization does not demand that people hear any religious message or convert to Christianity before, during or after receiving assistance. Educational activities based on Christian values may occasionally be included in Eliezer Relief Ministries projects if appropriate and desired by the community. However, Eliezer Relief Ministries respects the all religious beliefs and practices in countries where it operates, and seeks mutual understanding with people of all faiths. Whenever appropriate, Eliezer Relief Ministries works in partnership with local churches and other faith-based organizations in an effort to work inclusively and collaboratively within existing community structures. Our focus is to respond to human need, and our compassion and professionalism reflect our faith.

Do people living in project communities contribute to Eliezer Relief Ministries  projects?

Communities always contribute to development projects and have a real sense of ownership and true participation. Community participation is integral to transformational development.

 Do Eliezer Relief Ministries  projects create dependence on outside resources?

No. Community development projects are designed to be sustainable with locally available resources, technology, materials and leadership. Families and individuals share in project leadership, responsibilities and activities from the start and are well equipped and motivated to continue in these roles when Eliezer Relief Ministries ends its direct involvement in a community. 

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