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Masked, But Not Silenced – African Enterprise Response to COVID-19 in Kenya

By: African Enterprise

In Kenya, more than 80% of the working population are engaged in informal employment, and it is the livelihoods of these informal labourers that are devastated by COVID-19 related Public Health measures. Read more

African Enterprise South Africa Response to COVID-19

By: African Enterprise

As of the 15th of April 2020, South Africa had 2,415 confirmed coronavirus cases, the highest number in Africa. Although the novel coronavirus pandemic has not yet caused widespread devastation in South Africa, there is serious concern about the country’s ability to cope with its anticipated health and economic consequences. Read more

Discipleship Program offers Spiritual Stability to Students in Ethiopia

By: Laura Bennett

Ethiopia is a rugged, land-locked country, rich in ancient history.
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African Enterprise Brings Trauma Healing to Schools

By: Laura Bennett

Across the Western world, mental health and the impact of traumatic events on our wellbeing, is increasingly a field of study that’s prioritised and valued.
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Malawi Sewing School Graduates Given a New Future

By: Laura Bennett

For lasting change to come to any vulnerable population, the local community needs to be equipped to build their own future, and have independent financial stability.
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Tabora Mission Brings Unity and Religious Clarity to Bustling Tanzanian City

By: Laura Bennett

The city of Tabora has a rich cultural and religious history. With access to major cities in bordering countries, its railway hub saw it hotly fought over during WWII.
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Local Manly Pastor says the African Church is Thriving

By: Laura Bennett

This week Manly Life Church Pastor Tim Gionvanelli will take a team of four to see the work of African Enterprise in Kenya. Visiting some their development work in the slums, an orphanage school, and learning about their Foxfires gap year program, Tim believes the team will be encouraged by what they encounter in Africa.
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Thousands Gather to Share the Gospel in Mombasa, Kenya

By: Laura Bennett

With an estimated population of approximately 1.5 million, Mombasa is the oldest city in Kenya. It’s the second largest behind Nairobi, with a strategic location along the Indian Ocean that’s seen Mombasa thrive as an economic and cultural hub.
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African Enterprise – A Culture of Worship Made Possible in Prison

By: Laura Bennett

No matter how the prisoners found themselves in the Meru GK Prison, African Enterprise (AE) is on a mission to offer them care and support.
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For Communities to Thrive All It Takes is Clean Water

By: Laura Bennett

According to World Health Program (WHO, 2013) poor sanitation contributes to about 700,000 child deaths from diarrhoea each year. Sanitation is so important, the United Nations recognised it in their Millennium Goals, setting a number of targets for communities around the world. Read more