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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region
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D-Town Community Center

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Diaspora Develop/Outreach

The Diaspora Development and Outreach Fund is to assist in the development and expansion of Africa Inland Mission's Diaspora Region and to promote outreach among the African Diaspora. Contributions to the fund will assist in the following:

1. Help African diaspora settle in their new community (small amounts of food, clothes, gift cards, transportation etc.), ESL classes/programs/scholarships, Camp scholarships, legal aid etc

2. Ministry startups in DR region

3. DR Team orientations and training

4. Evangelistic and promotional media

5. Research on African Diaspora communities

6. Outreach programs and materials

7. Travel expenses

Discipleship Training

This project has far reach, helping equip believers in Rwanda, Burundi, Tanzania, new areas of Kenya, Chad, Sudan, Congo, Central African Republic, and Uganda. The project helps facilitate seminars for pastors, including travel, books, and logisitics. The project also helps fund the production and printing of books and other discipleship materials for African pastors.

Dwelling Places

The ministry of Dwelling Places in Kampala, Uganda, is to address the plight of increasing numbers of street children in Uganda and to provide preventive measures such as education and health care at the grass roots. The program includes: Rescue, Rehabilitation, Reconciliation, Resettlement and Family Empowerment; Since we also want to focus more on preventive measures especially within Karamoja (where the highest number of children living on the streets of Kampala currently originate from), other major activities (within Karamoja) will include Education, Health care, Discipleship both in schools (working with Scripture Union Uganda) and with the family units (working with Divine Care Ministries), Evangelism and Church planting (working with Divine Care Ministries), and regular follow-up of the children and families on our program.

Elma Barnett Children/s Center

This project exists to help provide a Christian environment of love, education, physical care, and training to orphans and vulnerable children to assist them in becoming independent adults.

Family Medicine Leadership Development

This project helps to prepare East African Christian family medicine specialists to be both leaders in their church and in their professions. The fund provides scholarship assistance for Family Medicine residents from a number of African nations, including Kenya, South Sudan, Burundi, and DR Congo.

Fuel and Harvest Fund SR-MAD-131

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Greater Nuba Action Coalition

The Greater Nuba Action Coalition (GNAC) is a collaborative project in which AIM is a member. The goal of the coalition is the multiplication of churches among the 80+ tribes of the Nuba Mountains and in the diaspora. The project provides training in Disciple Making Movements and Trauma Healing as well as relief and development to help the churches in the region reach the remaining unreached peoples living in the Nuba Mountains and in the diaspora.

Harvest Bicycle Project

Over the past several years Steve and Sue Kiracofe have invested themselves in the ministry of Growing Nations Trust (GNT), a Lesotho-based organization promoting missionary outreach through conservation agriculture.

In order to help fund some key initiatives of this ministry, Steve is riding his bicycle from the Kiracofe’s home in Worland, Wyoming to Washington DC, raising missions awareness along the way and promoting the work of Growing Nations Trust and their Harvest Teams program, which trains and equips young African believers for outreach among unreached people groups in their own countries and beyond. 

“It is time for the Church in Africa to go to the unreached,” says Steve. “The Church in Africa is uniquely qualified to meet this need. The purpose of the Harvest Teams is to introduce young African men and women to missions in the hope that upon their return, some will commit to longer times of service and, that some would go on to become life-long missionaries. It is hoped that all who experience a Harvest Team immersion will go on to become advocates for others to go. Unfortunately, most young Africans with a heart for missions lack the financial resources to see their dreams come true, as do their churches. Harvest team monies would be used to match the money that team members are expected to raise.” 

Donations to this project will fund future Harvest Teams and to purchase necessary farm equipment to make the GNT demonstration farm sustainable.

Higher Education Chad Church

This project provides tuition assistance and help with other school related expenses for believers in Chad pursuing higher education for ministry.

Horn Medical Fund

This project helps support medical outreach and training in Africa's Horn region.

IDP Support and Feeding Program - RVA

This project supports the feeding program and other support needs at the Mutiini church in the Internally Displaced Peoples (IDP) camp in Maai Mahiu, in the valley near RVA.  John Karanja, an employee of RVA for nearly 20 years, began ministering in the IDP camp in 2008 following the post-election violence of 2007 in which many people were displaced from various areas of Kenya and resettled in the IDP camp in Maai Mahiu. 

This project seeks to assist John in his efforts to minister more effectively to these people by providing funds to support a feeding program on Sunday mornings as well as other support needs, including assistance with education and other projects.

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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.

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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.