The Association of Independent Churches of Africa (AICA) seeks to establish healthy churches that liberate rural Liberians from spiritual darkness and extremely difficult social conditions, so they can experience a better quality of life.
The purpose of the Quechua Literacy Program is to express the gospel both in word and through practical assistance. Since most Quechua cannot read or write, Christian workers begin by establishing literacy classes in mountain villages. Literacy provides Quechua, especially women, with
The Mahima Care Home is a Partners International, Kolkata-based girl rescue and rehabilitation home that addresses the grave injustice of sexual slavery, by providing a safe haven for girls under the age of 18 who have been rescued from the sex trade.
Good Friends of Nepal’s (GFN) 70 workers serve the remote and mountainous villages where Christians are often persecuted. Staff demonstrate the love of Christ as they serve the physical needs of the vulnerable residents.