San people had been living since time immemorial in the Omaheke Region of Namibia. The new Namibia caught up with their life close to nature, and caused them to be a "marginalized" group - a term they abhor, yet experience.
Job opportunities are scarce and most San learners drop out of school.
Since 1995, the On the Way Church had been their own space, spiritually and in terms of development at their own pace.
In this Covid-19 time, the San people's situation is even more precarious. Yet, it may be a time of rising and growing.This campaign will help the On the Way Church to meet its financial obligations: allowances, food help, education and expenses.