In 2007 we were given our property at the edge of Bamako and started building, moving there in 2008. We've been building since then, adding more buildings as the money comes in. We are planning workshops and shops, as well as a medical center and an elementary school, besides our church, Bible School and children's home for 200 children.

Click here to found out more about our building project.


We've been supporting widows with rice on a monthly basis since 2006, in our neighborhood as well as in the villages.


H2TNI is a non-profit organization incor-
in Georgia, USA, with a 501(c)3
tax-exempt status. H2tNI is a part
of the
apostolic networks of Che
Ahn, Randy
Clark, and Bill Johnson.