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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region


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ABS Housing at Tumaini

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 Tumaini Counseling Center, providing counseling support for AIM members and the broader mission community. This project will provide for the housing needs for singles, couples, and small families who come to serve as part of the Tumaini Counseling team. When complete, the project will provide four new housing units.

Loki Boys Medical Assistance

On Saturday October 14th, a disgruntled student who had recently been expelled from his secondary school in Lokichoggio, Kenya gathered a few friends and entered the classrooms where his classmates were sleeping in the night. He started shooting and killing as many as he could. Six died and 18 were injured.

AIM AIR's personnel who are based in Lokichoggio responded with Christ's love and compassion in the midst of the crisis, and through providing help to those most directly affected. Months later, many of the boys who were injured still have a long recovery ahead of them.

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.

Advanced Training Fund

The Advanced Training Fund provides scholarship assistance for Africans seeking a higher level of education to better serve the Church and community. Scholarship Recipients commonly pursue advanced education in Bible, Theology, Medicine, or Leadership. Students from across Africa apply for and receive the scholarships.

We've included some notes of thanks from some past recipients: "I am forever grateful for the scholarship that was channeled through the ATF Program and may you kindly pass my gratitude to all our esteemed sponsors. This is to inform you that I am now working on my thesis and by God's grace I will graduate this year at Africa International University. I am currently assisting my Marakwet community in Bible translation as a translator through the Bible Translation and Literacy (BTL) ministry, so the leadership training has greatly assisted me to work efficiently." ~ a Kenyan student completing his Masters in Organizational Leadership and Management.

"Greetings from Kenya. I would like to register my deepest appreciation to your organization for supporting me for my MA at Africa International University. I am done with my studies and will be graduating next month. I could hardly be able to pay for my fees and you came alongside me to fulfill my academic dreams. I praise God for seeing me through my years of studies. May God bless you richly." ~ a Kenyan student completing his Masters in Organizational Leadership and Management.

"I have a lot of appreciation for the financial support the ATF Program has given for my studies here at International Leadership University. Having cleared all of the necessary requirements in school, next week will be my graduation day. I will appreciate the continued prayers for this day and for my future ministry. I will be ministering as a pastor in charge of a congregation in Dodoma, Tanzania. Please, pray for me as I begin this new ministry. Dodoma is the center of Tanzania and it is the capital city of the country. I am happy that I will be very close to my former Rangi ministry where I can continue to encourage believers as well as my fellow local pastors serving as national missionaries." ~ a Tanzanian who completed his Masters in Leadership and Management.

"I am glad to inform you that the knowledge and skill I acquired through the provision of the ATF program is facilitating me to cause great impact in the community." ~ a Ugandan Nurse.

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. 

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.

AIC Dukana Outreach

This project exists to help AIM personnel and church partners to evangelize and disciple the Gabbra people living on the border region between Kenya and Ethiopia. Outreach includes Bible studies, showings of the Jesus Film, and Christian films and audio via Wifi to smartphone users. Funds have also been used to complete missionary housing in the area, and for the developement of a Christian Radio Station.

AIC Kajiado Child Center

This project helps support the rehabilitation of Kenyan children with disabilities. Funds provide for the distribution of mobility aids, home-based care programs for children with cerebral palsy, disability awareness programs, physiotherapy services, referral to orthopedic hospitals for corrective surgery, and educational sponsorships.

AIC Kijabe Hospital

This project exists to help Kijabe Hospital to minimize suffering, restore and maintain health, and promote professional excellence and Christian commitment in order to provide quality, affordable and accessible health care. 97% of Kijabe Hospital's patients come because the care they can receive there is affordable. Accessing health care in a facility where spiritual ministry and evangelism is an integral part of the healing package has impacted thousands with the love of Christ. In a single year (2015) the hospital provided outpatient care to over 150,000 patients and 15,000 surgeries. The project funds surgeries for needy children and poor adults. It also provides for infrastructural upgrades to the hospital as needs arise.

AIC Missionary College Eldoret

This project helps to undergird the ministry of the Africa Inland Church (AIC) Missionary College in Eldoret, Kenya, a school dedicated to equiping African believers for outreach among Africa's remaining unreached peoples. 

AIM AIR Aircraft Upgrade

AIM AIR is the aviation wing of Africa Inland Mission, providing essential air support for outreach ministry in hard-to-reach places. The AIM AIR Aircraft Upgrade fund ensures that funding is in place for necessary upgrades to keep the AIM AIR fleet up-to-date and safe. Current upgrades will ensure that the AIM AIR turbine fleet is prepared for another decade of service. Upgrades can include avionics, airframe and engines.

AIM AIR Caravan Replacement

AIM AIR Caravan Replacement ($1,600,000) AIM AIR, Africa Inland Missions aviation wing, exists to provide Christ-like aviation support essential for outreach among Africas unreached peoples. The Caravan is the 'work-horse' of the AIM Air fleet. It is the most efficient, cost-effective aircraft in the current AIM Air fleet and has proved invaluable in carrying on the ministry of supporting and serving personnel in difficult, remote outreach locations. With nearly two decades of experience operating Caravans throughout Africa, AIM AIRs ministry has come to depend on this remarkable ministry tool. This project will replace one of AIM AIRs older Caravans (5Y-XPA ) with a newer one. The upgrades and changes necessary to keep 5Y-XPA compliant with current aviation standards are more expensive in terms of time and finances than purchasing a newer caravan.

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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.