There have been war and conflicts in Burundi – East Africa since 1959. Many people died and others fled to other countries but the recent ones of 1993 created many afflictions. The author is moved by the desire to find a Christian process to alleviate the suffering of the post war Barundi Community in general and the Anglican Diocese of Bujumbura in particular. The work examines the understanding and implications of Christian healing ministry among the Barundi. In this section, the significance of different terms is given and the clarification of the sufferings that Barundi are going through. Then the ways that healing can be carried out in the church by showing first, the wound situation and the methods which can be used to heal these wounds. More on that, some contributions done by the Church and other bodies are written in this work. Chapter one is an introduction of the dissertation. Chapter two is the Biblical teaching of healing. Chapter three is the understanding and implications of healing among the Barundi. Chapter four demonstrates the contribution of the Church and other institutions. Chapter five specifies a general conclusion and recommendations.