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African International University

Africa International University (AIU), located in Nairobi, Kenya, provides Christ-centered education for African Christian leaders in the African context. Nairobi Evangelical Graduate School of Theology (NEGST- a seminary which is the heart of AIU) is twenty-eight years old and has equipped many of Africa’s finest Christian leaders who are serving in over thirty nations across the continent. The school was created by African churches and is owned by African churches. It prepares African men and women to provide Jesus-style leadership for churches, non-governmental organizations, missions, schools, and Bible translation projects. AIU has recently embarked on a fully accredited Doctorate of Ministry program. The highly qualified, pioneer class of students includes 23 men and women from 8 African nations and the Untied States. God’s Economy has linked arms with the faculty at AIU in an effort to fund some of the resource needs of the program.


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 accepting donations for BP4TB for the PIH medical center.


There is Hope

There is Hope (TIH) was conceived and founded in 2006 by Innocent Magambi, a Burundian national who has lived in different refugee camps within Eastern and Southern Africa since his birth. Together with his wife Florisa Deleo Magambi, this married team works in the Dzaleka Refugee Camp alongside churches, individuals, and organizations within the camp. Dzaleka is a 45 minute drive north of the capital city of Lilongwe. Operated by the UN High Commission for Refugees, there are estimated 13,000 residents from across Africa living in the Dzaleka Camp.

The TIH work within the camp is extensive. They have provided training, evangelism, community development, bibles in different languages, and directed children’s clubs and music competitions. TIH has also been instrumental in securing micro-finance loans for small business enterprises. An additional focus of TIH’s work amongst the refugees is their sponsorship of young adults in their educational pursuits.