As followers of Jesus Christ we enable partners and communities to use life-giving media for lasting transformation.

Feba’s own methodology and focus on media as a tool for community transformation is something unique among humanitarian organisations.  Compelled by God’s love our Christian faith and values inform how we work.

[Jesus said]

I have come in order that you might have life - life in all its fullness.

John 10:10, Good News Translation (GNT)

What is life-giving media? 

Media is a powerful tool that can be used in a variety of ways. 

During a natural disaster, radio can be used to broadcast important, life-saving information. In communities that are overcome by poverty, media can provide a message of hope, encouragement and practical information to help improve their situation.  

These are just two examples of life-giving media. The common thread in all life-giving media is that it inspires and uplifts people by connecting them to God’s love. Even in challenging circumstances, media can broadcast hope and vital messages.

Providing support to a community during an emergency

What does it mean to use media for lasting transformation? 

Providing messages of hope and encouragement is a key element of Feba’s work. Our use of media can range from justice and advocacy work through to broadcasts aimed at combatting exploitation and people trafficking.  
The long term effect of using media and communication for change is creating lasting transformation in those communities.  

Our key strategic focus areas are:

  1. Emergency response
  2. Health and wellbeing
  3. Peace and reconciliation
  4. Displaced people
  5. Persecuted church
  6. Church in community

Please see our blog and Our Focus section for examples of how media has served communities we've worked with.