ICA provides lifesaving healthcare in remote villages of East Africa, which wouldn’t be possible without your help.  What started as short-term medical mission trips, evolved into a medical clinic which treats an average of 3,000 patients every month.   


Our girls home opened in 2009 in East Africa. The home has a capacity for up to 60 girls. If it were not for the Children’s Home, the girls would be living on the streets, likely falling prey to traffickers. When they come to their new home, the girls receive food, shelter, schooling and vocational training. But most importantly, they receive love and attention in a family environment.  


  ​​In 2015, ICA distributed over 9.3 million meals in East Africa, feeding over 155,000 people. This included more than 26,000 severely malnourished children who would have likely not survived without ICA.


  ICA has provided 27 water wells in East Africa.


 Crisis Aid has rescued girls from brothels and red light districts since 2006.  We have provided services to more than 600 survivors of sex trafficking between the ages 4 and 25 years old in East Africa, Cambodia and the United States.