Redeemers Aids Initiative for People And Community (RAPAC) formerly known as Redeemed Aids Programme Action Committee was incorporated in Nigeria in 1997 as a benevolence arm of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), RAPAC’s mission is to bring hope to vulnerable people affected by negative social circumstances including HIV and AIDS through innovative Health, Education, and empowerment programs that are sustainable and replicable. The main activities of RAPAC till date have focused on support for the less privileged/disadvantaged/displaced and focal group in the church and community in Nigeria. These intervention programmes includes; HIV/AIDS prevention for general population/most At Risk Population (MARP), Care and Support for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)/Orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), Reproductive Health/family planning, Provision ART drugs for People living with HIV/AIDS, community TB care, Reproductive Health, Community/People Empowerment and Community development.

Our Core Values

Selfless Service

We are committed to reach humanity especially the less privileged and the vulnerable groups in every community where we find ourselves.


We recognized this value as a major prerequisite needed in dealing with people and so we protect ours during the course of our various life-impacting activities.


We aspire to utilize every opportunity effectively in serving all targeted population and this helps us to see opportunity in every challenge.

Fear of God

This has been our founding value in the effective use of resources committed to our hands in reaching the church and its host communities with various life-impacting services and support.


This principle guides our effective utilisation of people, organisations and donor resources committed to our hands for appropriate use to reach all targeted individuals.


We aspire to respect people in all diversity based on God’s words and this guides our dealing with people from all walks of life.

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RAPAC currently has activities in 50 communities in 10 states of Nigeria spanning the six-geo-political zones. Presently, the organization has 47 staff and over 2000 volunteers.

Latest Posts

Social and Health Intervention Report for Convention 2022

This year’s annual convention of the Redeemed Christian Church of God slated for August 8-14 of August tagged ‘perfect jubilee’ was a unique one because it marked the celebration

February 21, 2023
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Strengthening Integrated Delivery of HIV/AIDS services (SIDHAS)

Provision of Anti-retroviral services to adult and pediatrics within and outside the church

October 26, 2011
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Assistance and Care for Children Orphaned and at Risk (ACCORD)

Provision of services to 12,000 Orphans and Vulnerable Children (0-5 &; 10 -17yrs) and Household Strengthening through Capacity building and Economic Strengthening.

May 1, 2010
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