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Children Of East & South Africa

We are called to support the various efforts of our partners in Africa as they engage in ministering to children in need. Programs reach out to orphans, street children and education and skills building opportunities.

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East Central Africa Regional Liaison

Funds will be used for operating, travel and administrative expenses for the work of the PC(USA) liaison working in the East Central Africa region (Angola, Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Zambia). The liaison helps implement agreed-upon programs with partner churches and institutions while supporting PC(USA) congregations and presbyteries in direct mission involvement with partners. The liaisons also give practical, pastoral and culture/language transition support to other PC(USA) mission personnel serving in the region. Particular focus is on Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda and Zambia.

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Justo Mwale Theological University College

Situated halfway between city center and the airport, JMTUC brings together Presbyterian, Reformed, and several other students from Zambia and surrounding countries. Highly rated by the accrediting body ACTEA, Justo Mwale gives the Bachelor of Theology degree, Bachelor of Theology with Ed. & Masters degrees.

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The Uniting Presbyterian Church In Southern Africa, General Support

The Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa (UPCSA) is the result of the union of two churches - the Reformed Presbyterian Church in South Africa and the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa. It is the largest PC(USA) partner church in Southern Africa, having presbyteries in Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa and is a reflection of the racial, cultural and socioeconomic diversity in this region of Africa. As such the church faces a number of challenges and opportunities for ministry in the countries it serves. Gifts to this ECO will help the UPCSA with rural development, lay and pastoral training and ...

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