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Justice, please make sure you list your resources using APA 7 formatting. I appreciate how you listed the ministries of YouthCare. Actually, Malawi has 11 ministries currently: YouthCare Ministries, Rise Malawi, MercyCare, Rays of Hope, Cornerstone, Seeds of Promise/Promise Threads, Voices Awake, Love Driven Ministries, Good Promise Malawi, Young & Empowered, and our newest approved Malawian ministry is Life Coaching Ministries.
Urban Promise International is a non-profit organization originated in East Camden NJ in the United States of America. It was established by the college going student missionaries in the Camden with the aim of minimizing the number of streets children for local youths in Camden by providing loving, fun and safe environment to the children. Dr Bruce Main is the founder and the president of the UPI organization. Later own , the Urban Promise International stretches it's territories in other countries across including Malawi, Uganda, Nigeria and other countries. In Malawi, UPI has established over six ministries since 2008 which includes; Youth care ministry, Rise Malawi, Mercy Care Ministry, Rays of Hope, Seeds of Promise, Life couching, Voice Awake and Cournestone ministries.
Youth care ministries was established in 2003 and it since located in Lilongwe the capital city of Malawi. The ministry has six progras which including after school program, summer camp , clinic and youth empowerment program. Rise Malawi was established in 2008 by two Malawias Zamuntima Chitenje and Tinashe Saka who had passion for venerable children and vision in transforming the lives of rural Malawias. The ministry is located in Dowa district and like youthcare ministry, is offer after school proy, has high school and it proves feeding program. The purpose of these two ministries is to support venerable children and teens by providing them with education, health, social and spiritual support which are in align with the Dr Bruce's conversation on UPI model