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WHAT WE DO
AAMA is a non-denominational, faith-based aid, relief, development and mission agency working with likeminded people & NGOs in the developing world. We believe that together we can make a difference….RECOGNISING indigenous leaders, EMPOWERING them, facilitating training at all levels, and RESOURCING them by ongoing partnership, training, caring for children, disaster relief, mentoring, development.
WHERE WE WORK
Since 2005, AAMA has partnered with Hope International Ministries, South Sudan. The civil war, peace, birth of South Sudan as a nation, and civil conflict that broke out late 2013, have all been challenges in the progress of this work.
AAMA works in partnership with Christ for India. Together with the Titus Family since 1984, we provide education for children at risk, humanitarian aid, plant churches and train nationals in India.
AAMA works in Myanmar in partnership with Myanmar ACTS mission, under leadership of Dr James Lian Sai. Acts Children’s Home (Charity Children’s Home) is where more than 170 children are nurtured, tutored, receive medical care, and live as family.
AAMA has worked since 1986 in partnership with Asian Tribal Ministries, Thailand. Dr Timothy & Rebecca Laklem, the founders, today work primarily with the Karen people, while Dakhota and Karenna, their son-in-law and daughter, run the ATM training school, base, and humanitarian relief programs.
AAMA works in partnership with Southside Christian Ministries Asia, based in Quezon City. Through the network of churches, we give support to field workers, relief in the wake of natural disasters, youth programs, medical and dental clinics, food and clothing distribution to the poor.
WHAT YOU CAN DO
AAMA auspices Glory Reborn, a Christian childbirth and associated teaching and training service for underprivileged women in Cebu, Philippines. Kristy Earnshaw is going there August 3 to help as a nanny for the adopted son of the ministry heads there, for about 8 months.
Click here to go to gloryreborn.org