• World Relief's programs in Burundi began in 2004.
    • More than 2,800 volunteers and 300 church leaders have been trained in community health.
    • Since 2009, more than 100,000 women and men have been empowered with financial techniques through Savings for Life—implemented by World Relief and its partner Dutaburane.
    • In 2015, 281 Community Health Workers treated over 26,000 cases of malaria and 5,000 cases of diarrhea, some of the leading causes of death for children in Burundi.
    • Working with churches and volunteers, the Families for Life Program helps community members strengthen marriages, empower women and promote healthy families, laying a strong foundation for other development initiatives.