Hope for Africa Grows : Three New National Teams

Reports of exciting progress were the order of the day in a recent meeting of Africa leaders.

The Steering Committee (a.k.a. The Africa Working Group) of Samaritan Strategy Africa met in Accra, Ghana, in March to update progress on the Hope for Africa project, and make plans for the next six months.

Since the team last met in Addis Ababa in October 2011, three new “self-sustaining national teams” have formed in Niger, Benin, and Lesotho. This brings the total number of Africa national teams to 11.

In addition, teams in nine other countries are being mentored, though not yet self-sustaining.

Praise God for this exciting progress! For more on the Hope for Africa project read here.

Africa Working Group in Ghana, March 2012. From left: Demelash Lemma, Scott Allen, Buingo Mateene, Simon Nziramakenga, Karobia Njogu, Chris Ampadu, Stephen Langa, and Hein VanWyk.

One comment on “Hope for Africa Grows : Three New National Teams

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