We currently work in many parts of Africa helping young people into education, supporting families, providing footwear, providing sanitary wear, supporting the local prison and more. We have projects that have helped people in Kenya, Zambia, Zimbabwe, however much of our work is currently focused on Malawi.


Clifford Mwela writes about his experience:
“I was put in prison in April 2014 after the death of my father and mother. No one was there for me as my sister was struggling to feed her family and couldn’t accommodate me. I ended up joining a bad company that misled me to go and steal. I was caught and was fortunate not be killed on the spot as other people are in Malawi who are caught stealing. I met up with Rev Ireson in prison and I told him of my desire to become a lawyer and I want to provide free services to the less privileged”
Clifford’s school fees are currently being provided for by Restoration Beyond Belief. Yohane Yakobe is acting in loco parentis

Hope for Juveniles is a ten year old faith-based organisation founded and run by Yohane Yakobe and Kennedy  Zakochera

Primarily it  works in  Kachere Juvenile prison providing  education,   pastoral and practical help to prisoners and staff.  Numbers in the prison have doubled from 80 to 200 in the past ten years. H for J has provided better cooking facilities and sanitation

Kachere prison used to house 80 prisoners aged 11-18. It now holds over 200 in poor conditions where disease such as cholera  is often a danger.

In 2016 Christians in South Yorkshire raised over £1000 to supply food to the prison when the government decided to stop feeding prisoners.

RBB provided finance to provide a gas burner and gas bottles to cook the prisoners’ food instead of using wood cut down from non-sustainable sources. Malawi is suffering from desertification due to the destruction of forests for cooking fuel and charcoal production.

Happy Feet Project

Footwear has been sent to the children in Kings Orphanage, Kenya and giving out to many desperate families in Malawi.

Ending Period Poverty

As part of the End Period Poverty campaign over 3000 sanitary towels were sent to rural Zambia, with many girls missing schools and being house due to having nothing during their period we knew we had to step up and help.