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African International University (AIU)

AIU is an expansion of the vision of extension of the Nairobi Evangelical School of Theology (NEGST) in Nairobi, Kenya. AIU includes is the doctoral program component of NEGST. God’s Economy established a partnership with AIU in 2011.


D.Min. Student Tuition The Doctor of Ministry (D.Min.) is an advanced, professional theological degree for pastors and other Christian leaders in church, non-governmental organizations, and mission communities. Designed primarily as in-service continuing education for working pastors, it seeks to integrate the wisdom of ministry experience with the highest levels of theological reflection. This process involves a series of modular seminars, year-round reading and writing assignments, and mentoring, culminating in a publishable ministry-based research dissertation. All of the current D.Min. students are working in Christian leadership positions across the continent of Africa. Many of these men and women are living and working in unimaginably difficult situations. War, poverty, and multiple diseases are some of the issues that these students address on a daily basis. Many of the attendees have very limited personal and/or professional resources at their disposal, yet they tirelessly serve their respective communities. The D.Min. is made up of six modules over a three year period of time. Tuition for each student is US $1,000 per module. God’s Economy has committed to assist in raising funds for the tuition needs of the D.Min. student


Partners In Hope - Lilongwe, Malawi

Partners in Hope (PIH) is a Malawian non-profit organization focused on making a difference in the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Malawi. Founded in 2001, PIH has become one of the most dynamic organizations offering a 'holistic approach' to HIV/AIDS. They provide HIV prevention education, HIV testing and counseling, as well as care and support for people living with HIV/AIDS. God’s Economy is privileged to contribute to the operational needs of Partners In Hope.

Above photograph taken by Katherine Wallin


“Twisungane” means “to strengthen” in Kinyarwanda (the language of Rwanda). Twisungane Support Group is an association of over 50 people from the Dzaleka Refugee Camp where There Is Hope works. Members of the support group have openly announced their HIV positive status. Their objectives are to encourage, support, care for, and empower each other as well as to sensitize refugees to the importance of knowing one's HIV status. Due to poverty at Dzaleka refugee camp (13,000 residents) many occupants have engaged in different activities to find a source of income, this has included becoming sex workers. Consequently, many have contracted HIV and in turn spread it within their community. God’s Economy is raising funds to assist There Is Hope in building its community center outside of the Dzaleka Refugee Camp. The building will host a multipurpose hall and two classrooms. It will provide space for various trainings, craft workshops and activities.

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