Campaign For African Dignity
THE CAMPAIGN FOR AFRICAN DIGNITY
“We are seen as poor, yet making others rich – seen as having nothing, yet possessing everything (2 Cor.6:10)”
The All Africa Conference of Churches, your Organization remains committed to promote unity, hope and dignity in our beloved continent.
Since the year 2009 some of our donors gave us a condition to first generate income from our constituency estimated to be 120 million Christians in Africa. According to them even if 20 million only give, each 1 USD we will get out of the dependency syndrome.
When we shared about this humiliating discussion with some Church leaders and other prominent Africans we have been strongly encouraged to approach churches and individuals in Africa and raise money for the work of AACC because it is our dignity in the continent which is at stake.
This is why the Campaign for African Dignity was launched in Kinshasa on Sunday 12th July 2009 in the context of deep brokenness. It was amazing to see how the congregation in Kinshasa responded generously and enthusiastically during that launching event.
Since then the campaign has been successfully conducted in the Nakuru Diocese of the Anglican Church of Kenya, the Lesotho Evangelical Church, the Presbyterian Church in Rwanda, the Methodist Church in Benin, the Baptist Episcopal Church in DRC, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church in Ghana and the Methodist Church, Ghana.
Some organizing guidelines
“Little drops of water make a mighty Ocean “
At the Institutional levelAny Institution approached respond according to its possibilities and any support will be recognized.AACC commits itself to share special information from time to time with its supporting Institutions..
Individual regular givers (once per year)African individuals who feel specially blessed and keen on the African dignity will be Recognized as special friends of AACC and contribute financially to its activities.A special friend of AACC commits to dedicate time to pray personally or with friends for AACC and for the African dignity.
Nairobi, January 2011