African Church Assets Programme

African Church Assets Programme

Asset management of the human and material resources of Churches has been identified as a key issue preventing the promotion of all round financial sustainability and overall development of Churches and Church-related organizations in the spread of the Gospel and the improvement of livelihoods.
 
The African Church Assets Pro (ACAP) is an ongoing programme which aims to help leaders in church institutions to build practical capacity in a climate of strong accountability and transparency in the management of assets and resources.
 
Africa was the starting point for ACAP. The aim of the workshops on March 2016 and September 2017 was to share with these churches good examples of best practices on management assets and to tailor them to their own cases with the experts help. These workshops provide them will all the tools to implement on their churches:
  • Inventory and mapping of Fixed Assets
  • Improvement Investment of Fixed Assets
  • Report back home and sensitize those left behind on good stewardship of assets
  • Develop theological curriculum
Globethics.net is looking to implement this programme on Asia.
 

 

News

All African Conference of Churches flagging ethics in management assets

Parish Church, Rwamagana, Rwanda   All African Conference of Churches (AACC) organised their 11th General Assembly on the 1-7 July at Kigali, Rwanda. The conference...   Читать еще »

African Church Asset Programme launched in Zimbabwe

‘Mapping innovative Development and implementation of plans and strategies for an effective and sustainable management of the churches assets, especially land': This was the focus of a workshop...   Читать еще »

African Churches Dynamise their Asset Management

In Rwanda and East Congo, two Trainings on Church Asset Management for church leaders was held by Globethics.net on 12-15 December 2017. Churches in Africa run thousands of institutions,...   Читать еще »
Показывается результатов: 1 - 3 из 7.
Предметов на странице 3
из 3

Project Partners