In 2012 a building was immediately built and social actions and evangelization began to be carried out in the camp, campaigns of evangelization through the free distribution of Bibles, new testaments, and brochures were launched, the organization of prayer and intercession sessions was also observed. Trainings on Tailoring, foreign languages ​​(English, French, Swahili and Portuguese), guitar as well as the youth club and Bible school were organized within the Redo for success.

DIEDONNE NDAYA has been serving at Redo ministries in Malawi since 2011.  We believe that God’s heart is to care for his people for the sake of his Kingdom, so it is our privilege for us to reach for these precious people.

DIEDONNE NDAYA is the Founder and president (general representative) of Redo, a non-profit, non-denominational and Christian organization committed to spreading the gospel of peace in the world trough deeds.

DIEDONNE NDAYA was born in Mboko city, south-Kivu province/Fizi-DRC and raised in Uvira, Mulongwe. He was brought up in the HIP Church and began attending the local Sunday school as 5 years old boy… At the age of twelve (12) already, the Lord began to speak to his servant, DIEDONNE NDAYA finally recovered that his God repeatedly came to him in a dream in order to charge him a great mission for the salvation of souls.

Later, Mr. DIEDONNE NDAYAwas forced to take refuge first in Tanzania-Lugufu soon after completing his secondary school. While in Tanzania Isaac started serving God at the Nazarene church, preaching the gospel in secondary school, markets, orphanage centers as well as in different churches but also singing and then had a chance to attend a one year bible study at Kigoma-city and was awarded successful. After he did tailoring training at world vision vocational training center (VTC) and underwent a 3 years course of English as second language (ESL) at DAFI branch  then Lugufu camp was transferred to Nyarugusu camp still in Tanzania-Kasulu where he also did one year bible college online and was awarded successful. After all Isaac decided to return to his country DRC.

However, because of the political instability of his country the Democratic Republic of Congo Isaac was secondly forced to take refuge in Malawi, in Dzaleka camp. Being abroad, Raphael did not depart from his vision, he continued to feel a heavy burden. So in September 15, 2011 he decided to mobilize his friends in the camp around this vision and started to intercede on the vision at Pastor Swedi Byaombe house in Karonga/205 Avenue.