Stories of Impact
As the year begins to wind up, it’s good to remember some of the wins along the way. In June, we introduced our clean water campaign, wanting to bring safe drinking water to communities living in poverty. Jesus’ love continues to be experienced in action through...
Established by AE Rwanda in 2008, the Center for Champions (CFC) offers holistic rehabilitation and development for former street children and youths as well as those from impoverished families. The following article shares the inspiring stories of three CFC...
Tsitsi Chikono is 13 years old and lives with her grandmother and two younger sisters. Their home was washed away by cyclone Idai in March and they were forced to seek shelter under a baobab tree. Along with their home, they lost what little possessions they had – they only had each other.
This week Manly Life Church Pastor Tim Gionvanelli will take a team of four to see the work of African Enterprise in Kenya. Visiting some their development work in the slums, an orphanage school, and learning about their Foxfires gap year program, Tim believes the team will be encouraged by what they encounter in Africa.
The Ngezandla Zethu Sewing Project in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa was established in 2018 and exists to equip every member of the community irrespective of age, gender and race with skills that will empower each one spiritually, physically, emotionally and mentally.
Soweto Kayole Primary Health Care Clinic is a community project established in 1996 by African Enterprise Kenya.
Marg and John Docking are former interns of African Enterprise’s Nile Vocational Institute in Uganda during 2009-2010 and they continue to make a significant ministry impact in Africa.
Over a million children in Ghana, ages 5-15 live on the street and are involved in such things as robbery, prostitution and drug addiction. Living on the street excludes these children from basic human rights such as safe family environments and protection against exploitation.
Over the years I have been familiar with many mission organisations. With African Enterprise I think every dollar given towards evangelism is an incredible investment as I know of no other organisation that could reach more than a million people each year and have well over 100,000 first time commitments to Jesus as such a low cost.
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