December 18, 2018

Day 11: 12 Days of Christmas with EduDeo

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This blog is Day 11 of the 12 Days of Christmas with EduDeo. Keep following along to read more stories of celebration from 2018.

Partnership is one of EduDeo’s core values. We believe in working alongside local school associations – associations already doing incredible work in their communities.

At EduDeo, partnership means we work together, benefiting each other – and ultimately benefiting countless children across the world with Christ-centred education.

As we celebrate our partners today, read more about their work and their approach to education. Follow the links to their websites to hear from them yourselves!

NEW in 2018 - Burkina Faso: Alliance of Evangelical Schools and Universities in Burkina Faso (AESEB)

With roots dating back to Burkina Faso’s first Christian school in 1948, AESEB is now an alliance of 218 Christian schools. AESEB works with schools to promote Christ-centred education, build leadership capacity and offer mentorship and networking.


Belize: Presbyterian Church Schools in Belize (PCSB)

Working with eight schools across Belize, PCSB works with teachers and leaders from preschool to high school. Their Christ-centred approach to education helps students grasp God’s grace in a deep and personal way that compels them to serve others and bring the reconciling work of Christ all of life.


Dominican Republic: Singergia

Providing education in some of the country’s most vulnerable communities, Sinergia promotes the development of children's God-given gifts and abilities. They work with teachers and leaders to transform their lives, others and communities as a whole.


Ethiopia: Ethiopia Emmanuel United Church (EEUC)

Working with over 300 churches across Ethiopia, EEUC is looking to share the Gospel message beyond just evangelism and church planting. Raising up local leaders, developing learning resources, fighting poverty through education, and equipping the next generation of leaders are ways they are holistically addressing their country’s need for transformation.


Ghana: International Needs Ghana (INGH)

Beginning in 1987, INGH works towards changing lives and communities in Ghana with the love of Christ. They approach development with a holistic approach, focussing on five main areas: Child Rights, Education & Development, Health & Longevity, Gender & Empowerment, and Evangelism & Discipleship.


Guatemala: Advancing the Ministries of the Gospel (AMG)

Working in Guatemala for over 40 years, AMG serves vulnerable families and communities with the hope of the Gospel through six main programs: education, protection for at-risk children and youth, health, training in trades, relief from natural disasters and sponsorship.


Haiti: Consortium for the Reinforcement of Christian Education in Haiti (CRECH)

A network of churches, schools and mission organizations in Haiti, CRECH works with the firm belief that real, healthy development starts with Christian education. Together, the network reaches over 457 schools and more than 68,000 children.


Nicaragua: Association of Evangelical Christian Education Centers in Nicaragua (ACECEN)

Working in 92 schools across Nicaragua, ACECEN believes quality education begins with teacher and leader development. Teachers are seen as agents of transformation committed to impact the educational community – agents that promote the kingdom of God to their students.


Rwanda: Wellspring Foundation for Education

Starting in Rwanda, Wellspring’s vision has grown to encompass all of Africa. Through investment in Rwandan education and leaders with their School Development Program and Abundant Leadership Institute, Wellspring is addressing poverty in a variety of ways.


Zambia: Church of Central Africa Presbyterian (CCAP)

CCAP as a whole looks to reach the people of Zambia (and beyond) with the Bible, encouraging them to become committed servants of God. The CCAP Education Department works with over 45 mission and community schools to work for the same goal through Christ-centred education.


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