2017 Annual Report & Highlights

Harvesters Served
0
Individuals in 2017

Revenue

General Fund & Sponsorships $ 750,937
Building Projects $ 326,258
Non-Bldg. Projects $ 99,364
In-Kind Gifts $ 14,745
Other – Program Svs Fees, etc. $ 10,215
Total Revenue $ 1,201,519

Expenses

Basic Needs (Orphan/Widow Care) $ 337,958
Discipleship $ 28,170
Education $ 230,224
Health Care $ 149,221
Missionary Support $ 54,499
General & Admin. $ 225,662
Fundraising $ 230,086
Total Expenses $ 1,258,780

MAKING A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER

We are grateful to be in a position of providing discipleship, education, health care and basic needs to orphans as well as vulnerable women and children in Yei and Terekeka, South Sudan. It’s through the giving of sponsors, donors, grants and in-kind gifts as well the work taking place in the field by staff onsite (148), missionaries (4) as well as our U.S. staff (8) that the below highlights and so much more are possible. We praise God for the blessing of every person who has helped in the past, those that continue to help and for those who will join us in the future.

Highlights by Program Area

• 181 Orphans cared for across 2 campuses
• Orphans are maturing & moving into leadership roles
• Yei Church avg. wkly attendance – 150
• Terekeka Church avg. wkly attendance – 100
• 15 Home Cell Groups (6 Yei, 9, Terekeka)
• Primary School in Yei served 433 children
• Primary School in Terekeka served 358 children
• 43 Children supported via the Hannah Scholarship Fund for 32 Secondary students & 11 Post-Secondary students schooling
• Continue to provide health care for the orphans, widows and staff at our campus clinics, with a nurse running each clinic.
• Through mini fundraisers we were able to address the special needs of 3 of our orphans:
– Santo Kulong – Underwent corrective treatment for his clubbed feet.
– Ike Tongun – Underwent life-saving surgery for Hirschprung’s Disease.
– Juma Bero – Continued to receive special care for Cerebral Palsy in Juba and was able to undergo further evaluation to determine if he should continued care at Kampala’s School of the physically Handicapped, of which he now attends (in 2018).
• 5 long-term missionaries (2 couples, 1 single) served in leadership & support areas

2017 Program Expenses total 64%, Admin./Fundraising Expenses total 36%.
Numbers reflect HRTN’s audited financial statement for Fiscal 2017.
For further info, refer to HRTN’s Independent Auditor’s Report for 2017.