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Manna USA
Welcomes You


Who We Are


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We have been serving the Korean children and the community with love in Korea for the last 24 years. Thankfully, we have been taking care of the Korean children and patients with the same heart that has not changed in the last 24 years. Our sisters in China and Korea coordinate together to make bread for the community. While one delivers supplies such as flour, red bean, sugar, and eggs, the other, who resides in Korea, ensures that these resources are utilized appropriately. The hospital provides necessary medication and services for many patients.




Where Manna USA went for relief, there were always people who were sick, lying, moaning, not receiving proper treatment, and losing their lives. Medical supports have become an extremely natural business task for the Manna USA.
Since 2002, Manna USA has supplied medicines to Korea, starting with a medical support to treat 300 patients a day in China, and in 2003 opened a medical clinic that can care for 1,000 patients, currently caring for more than 300 patients a day. In addition, we are working on an association with Korean universities and hospitals to educate doctors and nurses in conjunction with the educational support of Manna USA.


Manna USA aims to provide food to hungry Korean children, starting with God's Word, "Give Your Food." To that end, Manna USA began delivering 18 tons of flour to Najin, Korea, which has been struggling since 1997, and in 1999 began producing 3,000 manna breads a day and supplying them directly to children in Korea who are tired of starvation.
Since the production of 12,000 manna breads per day in 2001, we have been providing daily bread to children in kindergartens and orphanages in Korea, and are preparing to implement more long-term livelihood measures.


Manna USA is pursuing projects to cultivate human resources to address deep-rooted poverty and hunger with a long-term vision through improving school facilities and new construction assistance, training materials and learning supplies, and supporting scholarships in poor areas of China and Korea. Since 2001, we have been steadily developing projects such as monthly scholarships to middle and high school students in China and Korea, and construction support for dormitories in Hunam, China, in 2002, starting with 10,000 books and computer donations to Huinam Middle School in China in 1997. Scholarships will be expanded to support students until they graduate from university, and a learning note factory has been built in Najin, Korea, to provide free supplies to children in Korea and China.


Jesus looked at him and loved him. “One thing you lack,” he said. “Go, sell everything you have and give to the poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.” (Mark 10:21)

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