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Christianity is considered a minority religion and is largely rejected by the Muslim population living in Tabora, however, the locals do value help from churches.

Across the city evangelists visited prisons, schools, and hospitals, receiving more than 5500 decision cards from people who wanted to follow Jesus.

To enable local churches to continue sharing the Gospel message, these missionary teams are currently in Mombasa, working to mobilise evangelists.

Over 300 African women inmates and their children had no place to pray and worship on Sundays, making it difficult for those of poor health to join in.

Sanitation is so important, the United Nations recognised it in their Millennium Goals, setting a number of targets for communities around the world.

The program helps women get out of the sex industry by up-skilling them and enabling them to find suitable work with a stable income.

Many who go on mission trips soon realise that learning about other cultures and helping the church thrive globally changes their own life in lasting ways.

Wanting to help Africa’s young people thrive and fulfill their God-given purpose, African Enterprise established the Foxfires Youth Program.

African Enterprise’s Street Children Program connects local churches to disconnected children, restoring their dignity and equipping them with life skills.

Over half the world’s population growth is expected to be in Africa between now and 2050. Survival is a priority and spiritual wellbeing seems insignificant, but for African Enterprise, it’s where their aid work begins.


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