Email: pcarstens@lifelinetoafrica.org
LIFE LINE TO AFRICA
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A Faith- Based Organization
Our total staff is working on a voluntary basis; we have many people in various departments helping to reduce suffering in the world. The people working with Lifeline to Africa are not medical professionals. We at Lifeline to Africa are in the process of starting an exciting program called, National Health Revival. This is a wonderful project working with the schools in an effort to get the children involved because they are the most vulnerable ones right now when it comes to health issues. This program is specially aimed to assist our government in its effort to reduce childhood obesity, The children are growing up in a contaminated world with foods that should really not be called foods – JUNK FOODS- they should be called JUNK.. because it has nothing to do with food. They cause health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, obesity etc if the children are our future we need to take care of their health. Too many of our kids are not active in exercising as they used to be, they are actively using only their thumbs for video games and the TV remote control. We at Lifeline to Africa have made it our mission to teach people how to avoid the dangers that we can avoid and how to deal with the dangers that we cannot avoid. We can’t avoid breathing contaminated air, drinking contaminated water, eating contaminated food with all kinds of pesticides. There are ways to deal with all these toxins, it’s true we can’t avoid contamination from entering our body but we certainly can avoid them staing in our body.  
Lifeline to Africa is a volunteer based organization.
In 2000 lifeline to Africa started a mission in Mozambique spearheaded by Clemencia Carstens. Even though in the United States it’s called “Lifeline to America” and in Ecuador and South America we are  operating under the name “Salva Vidas de Ecuador”. We have trained hundreds of Health and Lifestyle Educators in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, all over Florida up to Lake City at the north of Florida. We have Lifestyle Educators in Mozambique going house to house and teaching the community how to take care of their health by using the simple and natural ways that God instituted from the beginning. The program is going on in South America and people are getting great results from using the methods we teach both here and abroad.
Where have we been? 
Email: pcarstens@lifelinetoafrica.org
LIFE LINE TO AFRICA
Copyright © 2007. All Rights Reserved.
VOLUNTEERS
 MENU
A Faith- Based Organization
Our total staff is working on a voluntary basis; we have many people in various departments helping to reduce suffering in the world. The people working with Lifeline to Africa are not medical professionals. We at Lifeline to Africa are in the process of starting an exciting program called, National Health Revival. This is a wonderful project working with the schools in an effort to get the children involved because they are the most vulnerable ones right now when it comes to health issues. This program is specially aimed to assist our government in its effort to reduce childhood obesity, The children are growing up in a contaminated world with foods that should really not be called foods – JUNK FOODS- they should be called JUNK.. because it has nothing to do with food. They cause health problems like diabetes, high blood pressure, cancer, obesity etc if the children are our future we need to take care of their health. Too many of our kids are not active in exercising as they used to be, they are actively using only their thumbs for video games and the TV remote control. We at Lifeline to Africa have made it our mission to teach people how to avoid the dangers that we can avoid and how to deal with the dangers that we cannot avoid. We can’t avoid breathing contaminated air, drinking contaminated water, eating contaminated food with all kinds of pesticides. There are ways to deal with all these toxins, it’s true we can’t avoid contamination from entering our body but we certainly can avoid them staing in our body.  
Lifeline to Africa is a volunteer based organization.
In 2000 lifeline to Africa started a mission in Mozambique spearheaded by Clemencia Carstens. Even though in the United States it’s called “Lifeline to America” and in Ecuador and South America we are  operating under the name “Salva Vidas de Ecuador”. We have trained hundreds of Health and Lifestyle Educators in New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, all over Florida up to Lake City at the north of Florida. We have Lifestyle Educators in Mozambique going house to house and teaching the community how to take care of their health by using the simple and natural ways that God instituted from the beginning. The program is going on in South America and people are getting great results from using the methods we teach both here and abroad.
Where have we been?