East African Community Growth The East African Community (EAC) is the regional intergovernmental organization of the Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda and South Sudan with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania Through a stable political environment and favorable business climate, the East Africa Community has been the fastest-growing region on the con?nent over the past decade […]
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Sisters of the Holy Cross support schools they founded in Ghana and Uganda.
As He Is stands for Association of Health Institutions and Services.They work with Zimbabwean hospitals and clinics to provide care for people and spread the gospel.
Kids Alive International works globally to meet the spiritual, physical, educational, and emotional needs of vulnerable children. In Africa, they are active in Sudan, South Sudan, Kenya, and Zambia.
Overseas Council partners work alongside institutions throughout the world to train and educate Christian leaders to do ministry in their respective countries.
WGM has many contacts with ministries located in sub-Saharan Africa and works to get people involved in these ministries. They work in the areas of children’s, church, educational, and medical ministries.
AAI is working to bring basic agricultural mechanization to developing countries. They work with the Malawi Project and bring tractors to people and educate them on how to use the tractors to increase their agricultural production.
ULICAF works in Liberia to provide funding and technical assistance for local farmers, construct churches, sponsor individuals in training programs, and work with small businesses.