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Coronavirus update

Coronavirus has created a deadly crisis of hunger to so many people in this world; both the young and the old.

The worldwide problems caused by COVID-19 seem nearly impossible to count, but millions in poverty share one obstacle that may eclipse all others which is HUNGER.


CEO's Desk:

We all believe the coronavirus has reached all countries in the world. Its spread has left national economies and businesses counting the costs, as governments struggle with new lockdown measures to tackle the spread of the virus.

Despite the development of new vaccines, many are still wondering what recovery could look like. But the belief is still high as we wait on God to redeem us from this curse that the pandemic has brought to the world without pointing fingers at one another. 

It's never a joke! It’s tough to know how to help during this coronavirus pandemic. You may find that you have more time on your hands right now than ever. You might even be out of work with nothing to do and nowhere to go. 

At the same time, the news is currently full of stories about people who are struggling all over in many ways. It’s easy to find yourself feeling overwhelmed and confused about how you can help.

Fortunately, there are some things you can do right now to help you and your families during this crisis without leaving your home but have you thought of others? Those out there, who have nobody to attend to, no food to eat, no better education, no good drinking water, hospitals without basic equipments/needs to help the patients, etc. 

In this manner, Jomens Foundation has been established to provide more support to other NGOs all over the world to contribute our quota in helping these needy people overcome the trauma that this pandemic has brought upon them. We urge you all to join hands and contribute your quota to help humanity.

Refer to the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public



Head of Admin / HR Desk:


It was so joyful to complete your education and find work to do but on the other hand, it is so sad to see others studying with struggle. The pandemic has brought chaos to humanity and knowledge of these children is sinking gradually as the restrictions keep on hunting them.


The COVID-19 pandemic has introduced uncertainty into major aspects of national and global society, including schools. For instance, there is uncertainty about how school closures has impacted student achievement, as well as how the rapid conversion of most instruction to an online platform this academic year will continue to affect achievement.

What about other villages without the internet?

How would these children study if more restrictions are being implemented towards education as the pandemic still soar? Without data on how the virus impacts student learning, making informed decisions about whether and when to return to in-person instruction remains difficult. Even now, education leaders must grapple with seemingly impossible choices that balance health risks associated with in-person learning against the educational needs of children, which may be better served when kids are in their physical schools. But now this is difficult task to achieve as the pandemic starts soaring high with new variant discovered.

I encourage everyone to join hands to offer help to the needy with no grudge or under any compulsion.


Executive Advisor's Desk:


Before Covid 19 Pandemic, lots of Communities have enjoyed and experienced God’s love from the Missionaries that sacrifices their time and resources to make it a duty to visit the poor communities that needs to experience God’s love through the teaching of the word of God. These Missionaries also provide health facilities, raw food and materials to assist in building schools and teaching the children some basic aspects of education and many more.

The pandemic has put onhold these missionary's generosity and may have made some communities temporarily loose hope, happiness and missed the love of God that was given to them by these people.

However, the Missionaries have been restricted from traveling due to the negative effects of Covid 19 Pandemic. Therefore, even if tracts, Bibles and other resources are sent or delivered to these communities, it will not replace the lovely physical visit and face to face interactions that has always had a big impact on the lives of the people.

At "Jomens Foundation", we’re aligned with the vision of the Missionaries and we take our full responsibility to support mission work by the help of God and we pray for God’s strength for all Missionaries to continue God’s work now and after this hard times.

We also pray for global healing at large. Amen.

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