CBN’s programs are aired internationally in over 200 countries with over 40 million viewers enjoying these programs. In Nigeria alone, The 700 Club International, The 700 Club Nigeria, Turning Point International, Living The Life, 1 Cubed Naija, You Were There, Heart To Heart, and our animated series, Super Book are shown weekly.

In addition to media, CBN engages in humanitarian activities to improve the living standards of people in every country in which her presence has been established.

In Nigeria, CBN’s humanitarian arm, provides relief materials; Drugs, clothes, blankets, toiletries and furniture to hospitals, prisons, orphanages and victims of disaster and conflict in Nigeria while also providing scholarships to AIDS orphans.

CBN Africa also carries out Empowerment Programs by organizing skill acquisition programs in addition to providing free medical services to the elderly and underprivileged who cannot afford basic Medicare in various communities spread across the country. Some of these services include the sponsorship of corrective surgery for children born with Cleft-Lip/Palate deformities.



Living Water Wells

CBN Africa digs bore-wells and equips them with hand pumps in various rural communities of Nigeria. Most of these wells are located in semi-arid and arid communities of northern Nigeria, areas where this precious gift of life is scarce.

The communities, which benefit from the CBN Living Water Wells usually, have little or no access to potable water before CBN Africa provides these wells.

So far, CBN Africa has dug about 1000 of these bore wells in various rural communities of Nigeria, irrespective of ethnic, religious or political considerations.


Medical Missions

CBN Africa also carries out medical missions every month to provide free medicare to the underprivileged in various rural communities of Nigeria. During these medical missions, a team of volunteer doctors, nurses, pharmacists, laboratory technicians and counselors attend to the poor, dispensing free drugs, reading glasses and carrying out minor surgeries on those who are unable to afford basic medicare.

Scholarship/Grants to AIDS Orphans

CBN Africa has provided scholarships to over one hundred orphans who have lost either one or both parents to HIV/AIDS and have no one to pay their way through school.

HIV/AIDS Training-of-Trainers Workshop (Advocacy and Raising Awareness)

CBN Africa has carried out a training workshop for 30 rural pastors from all over Nigeria, courtesy of a NACA/World Bank grant. The pastors will replicate and disseminate what they learnt at the workshop at community level in their various constituencies, helping to raise awareness of the scourge.

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Cleft – Lip/Palate Corrective Surgery

In addition to monthly medical missions, CBN Africa sponsors corrective surgery for underprivileged children born with cleft-lip/palate deformities. To date, about thirty (150) children born with cleft-lip have had their deformities corrected, courtesy of OB and CBN partners.



The Bible says: Commit all your ways to the Lord and He will establish your plans.(Proverbs 16:3). God gave us the mandate to share the Gospel through the airways and made our plans to see this vision fulfilled. As we prayed, He made it possible to air CBN’s programming to the Kenyan people!

Through the various broadcasts, many viewers have received Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. Others have experienced healing, breakthroughs and received the answer to their prayers.

It is our desire to see many people touched by the love of God through what Jesus did on the cross – and share the message of salvation to Kenya and beyond its borders.

Superbook is sharing the Gospel with a new generation, reaching children with the stories of the Bible, laying a Biblical foundation in their lives. Thank you, CBN Partners for helping us make this possible!

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Women Empowerment Programs

CBN Africa helps to build the capacity of less privileged women in various states by empowering them to be self-reliant through skill acquisition programs. The women are trained and acquire hairdressing and sewing skills in addition to learning how to make soap, cake, yoghurt, detergent and petroleum jelly which they are able to sell to sustain their families. CBN Africa also provides micro-credit facilities to some of the women who successfully complete the training in order to enable them to start a small-scale business.

CBN Africa was in Enugu state on June 16, 2016, to commission a skill acquisition centre and Palm Oil Processing Mill in a project funded by a grant from the Irish Government (Irish Aid).

The project had CBN Africa setting up a sewing, hairdressing, and hair barbing training centre for young men and women as well as a palm oil processing facility for market women in Ugbaike community of Igbo-Eze (north) LGA, Enugu state.

About 160 young men and women will be equipped with various skills every year, as the project will keep them busy and take them off the streets where they usually engage in unproductive and sometimes negative activities due to their lack of skills and opportunities to earn a decent living.

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