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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region


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Strategic Initiatives

The Strategic Initiatives Fund supports one of the core functions of AIM's U.S. Office: Mobilizing. It allows us to be proactive and innovative as we strive to connect with those whom God is calling into mission service, inviting them into AIM's story, and guiding them toward their unique place in God's redeeming work. As it was two thousand years ago, so it is today. The workers are few and the harvest is plentiful. Mobilizing new workers remains some of the most important work of missions.

Through the Strategic Initiatives Fund, your gifts will greatly impact our ability to strategically respond to timely personnel needs on the field, and look ahead to God's direction for the future.

It is a tangible way to participate in the work of taking the good news to Africa's unreached peoples around the globe. We welcome you to partner with us in serving as a sender.

Famine Relief/Crisis Response

While AIM is not a relief agency, our heart is to help our neighbors and church partners in times of crisis. If you’d like to help, please consider a contribution to AIM’s Crisis/Famine Fund. This fund is currently designated to assist with needs related to COVID-19 and the current locust outbreak affecting some regions.

AIM AIR Operations Fund

Through a one-time or recurring donation to AIM AIR's Operations fund, you can be a lifeline to missionaries serving in remote and isolated places. Your support keeps missionaries thriving on the front lines.

Retirement Center Assistance Fund

There is treasure in the gently rolling hills of central Florida. But it's not silver or gold. It's a community of amazing people who have served God far and wide, investing their lives in making Him known among the nations.  

They are Africa Inland Mission's retired missionaries; each with rich stories of God's faithfulness and grace. And while some of the spring is now gone from their step, they are still deeply committed to serving Christ: praying each day for the people and places they've come to know so well, and for those who have taken up the work that many of them began long ago in Africa.  

Over the past decade, generous donors have helped with development campaigns to build a new Residential Life Center and Activity Center, both of which have greatly enhanced and enriched the lives of our retirees. AIM established the Retirement Center Assistance Fund to help with the growing need for new housing, renovations, and ongoing expenses at the Center.  

Your gift will help AIM as we continue to serve and honor these faithful ones.

Rift Valley Academy (RVA) General Program

By providing high-quality education and a safe haven for the children of missionaries, Rift Valley Academy (RVA) continues to play a foundational role in the missions movement throughout the continent of Africa. RVA receives many letters from parents assuring us that they could not continue in their ministries were it not for RVA’s presence. The solid Christian environment provided by RVA allows parents to perform their God-given duties with the confidence that their children are receiving excellent care and an outstanding education.

The RVA General Program Project undergirds the ministry of the school, helping to improve RVA's program, equipment, and facilities.

African Missionary Assistance

Much of the missionary work being done in Africa today is being done by African workers. Africa Inland Mission desires to strengthen and further mobilize this harvest force.

The African Missionary Assistance project exists to help AIM come alongside African men and women who are serving in mission and to help meet specific needs they may have on a one-time basis. By doing this, we can encourage and help African missionaries and churches, without creating unhealthy dependency. 

Priority is given to the following areas of need:

Training, logistics, administration, conferences, member care, transportation to/from ministry location, ministry materials or project funding, Business As Mission or microfinance, vehicles, and health emergencies.  

Project funds are not used for ongoing support of African missionaries.

Mobilizing African missionaries must be a significant part of AIM’s ministry, and has the potential to bear much fruit, multiply churches, and powerfully impact the kingdom of God worldwide. 

Your support of this project helps to undergird this vital effort. 

Majority World Missionary Assistance

This project exists to help provide financial assistance for missionary personnel from Majority World countries, also known as the Global South. The project also provides financial assistance to AIM mobilizing offices in Majority World countries, as they work to mobilize men and women for outreach.

AIM Operations Fund

This fund provides for the general operations of AIM's U.S. Headquarters as the team there serves to mobilize new personnel for ministry and to provide a high level of member care for our missionaries on the field.

ABS Housing at AIM Care, Tumaini Counseling Center

Africa Based Support is a ministry division of Africa Inland Mission providing the support services that undergird outreach among Africa's unreached peoples.

Part of this ministry is AIM Care at Tumaini Counseling Center.  AIM Care provides counseling support for AIM members and the broader mission community.

This project provides for the housing needs for singles, couples, and small families who come to serve as part of the Tumaini Counseling team. Construction of the four new housing units is now completed; however, funds are still needed to complete the financing of this project.

Advanced Studies Scholarship

This project exists to help Mozambican Christian students studying in Mozambique at the tertiary level with fees and expenses. The project provides assistance to students in the fields of medicine, law, education, engineering and agriculture who are well known to a recommending missionary and who are recommended by their church leaders. Recipents must also be involved in ministry in their local church.

AEA Assistance Fund

Contributions to this project will assist AEA/AIM reimbursements related to Ted Barnett's AEA job description developed by AEA/AIM to include leadership development, a focus on supporting reaching and discipling unreached people groups, biblical and theological training for African leaders with little to no biblical or theological training.

Funds support travel, training events, conferences, meals, housing, financial assistance for selected individuals to attend AEA events including leadership and discipleship training, stipends for speakers, funding for venues, transport, planning events, equipment necessary for AEA meetings and training, administrative support and logistics.

The project also supports the development of prayer ministry, particularly that of Martha Barnett. 

AIC Dorobo Outreach

This project was established to help AIM personnel start new churches among the Dorobo people of Kenya, and to train Dorobo church leaders to lead their own churches and reach out to new areas that are still unchurched. When AIM started working with Dorobo, they were an unreached people group, and now with over 20 churches, there is still much to be done to encourage a maturing church. The project provides Bible school scholarships for Dorobo evangelists and pastors, school fees for Dorobo children, famine relief when necessary, materials for new church roofs, Bibles, seminars, and a discipleship center.

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Mobilizing Offices

AIM is a global organization comprised of both sending and receiving entities. Each sending country is home to a Mobilizing Office, and this is the first place of contact for engaging with AIM. Find the Mobilizing Office nearest you to learn more about opportunities to serve or partner with AIM.

Receiving Regions

AIM works in more than 20 African countries, including some islands of the Indian Ocean, and in other countries around the globe where ethnic Africans have settled. Our work is divided into five regions: Eastern, Central, Southern, Northern, and Diaspora Ministries.