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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region
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Carolyn Cummings - Children's Ministry Project

Creating a Reliable Oasis Youth Soccer (CARO Soccer Club)

What is the way to a Kenyan boy’s heart?  Soccer!  By keeping this group of boys busy after school and weekends training,  competing, camping and doing Bible studies, CARO soccer club is harnessing their energy away from gangs, drugs and alcohol.  

Their home is Kibera, a very large, very crowded informal settlement along the banks of a fetid river in Nairobi, Kenya.  Besides the soccer teams, CARO sponsors a library for studies as these boys come from overcrowded homes with limited light and no access to books.  Regular discipleship takes place in the library and weekly Bible club.

May 12, 2020 update:

COVID-19 has had a big impact on Kibera slum, although not in the way you would think.  So far there have been very few infections but the restrictions on movements and activities have greatly impacted the ability of people to earn money for their daily bread.  From our library building in Kibera, the staff have organized food distribution for the 70 families registered with the CARO Foundation.  So far this has been twice.  With the pressure on food production in Kenya from flooding and locust invasions, the cost of food is rising.  More help is needed to continue efforts to help families with food.

D-Town Community Center

The D-Town Community Center will be used to teach English, French, Health, etc., as a way to invest in and love the community. There Center also features a library where men and women can come to read and learn.

We desire to use this space to meet with seekers and new believers to teach the truths of God. Our needs right now involve doing some repair work to the center and more books and materials for teaching.

Dan MacKinnon - Support

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Detroit Outreach Project

The Detroit Outreach Fund exists to create Christ-centered communities among the diaspora of the Detroit Metro. We do this by empowering local believers to make disciples of the least reached nations through relational platforms such as ESL classes, helping refugees, and hosting community events.

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.

Eastern Region Outreach Team Setup Project

Africa Inland Mission’s Eastern Region, which includes Kenya and Tanzania, plans to establish at least one new outreach team per year. This project will help the region prepare the locations to receive the team leaders and team members. The project funds will be used to pay a believing Tanzanian to travel to the team location and establish housing, secure a team vehicle, and other lead logistics necessary for a successful team launch.

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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.