Afro-Vision – Foundation is a registered non-governmental organization under the NGO coordination Act 1990 and founded in 1998 as umbrella body consisting of branches in Africa and its headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.
This Foundation intends to address numerous root causes of problems facing the African continent and the Third World nations. It hopes to address them through collaboration and partnership, empowerment of individuals and institutions, promoting values and standards in equipping the new generation of leaders. It’s meant to enhance economic and social status, eradication of poverty, rehabilitation of the destitute, organizing seminars, conferences and facilitating investment opportunities in these nations.
The interventions will involve the community directly and incorporate gender equality. The monitoring and evaluating will be an on going program to ensure planned activities are implemented within the agreed perimeters. The expected output from this intervention are: enhanced level of income, employment opportunities created, living standards uplifted, reduced dependence on external support, improved health status of the community members as evidenced in reduced levels and incidences of undernourishment, sickness and death, improved environment etc.
Arise and shine, Africa, for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee! This is the message written by the Holy Spirit from Isaiah 60:1 in the hearts of thousands of indigenous Africans and descendants from Africa today, and as it reverberates throughout the world, many have come to realize the special role that Africa is to play as the Risen Star in the 21st century. Africa, through the Church of Jesus Christ, is taking its rightful place on the global stage, and will emerge as the global leader in the management of world affairs. The continent has been characterized by hunger, civil wars, ethnic clashes, environmental degradation, negative exploitation of natural resources, abuse of cultural values, abuse of human rights, lack of information, poor economic bases, and lack of proper governance. But never again shall be called the “Dark Continent”! This is where Afro-Vision comes in.
Statement: THE GLOBAL LEADER IN THE MANAGEMENT OF WORLD AFFAIRS
To contribute to the fulfillment of the vision for the African continent of the 21st Century by providing an enabling environment for the members of Christ’s kingdom army to revolutionize world kingdoms and empower the African to be what God originally intended him to be: a leader.
- To enlighten the African and create an awareness of the vision for the 21st century through the existing Church structure, at the same time facilitating communication and establishing cooperation among it’s different arms (Church ministries, Non-Governmental Organizations, Community Groups, etc.)
- To empower the African people individually or in groups, associations, professions or any other social grouping, by teaching the practice of the values of life (self-identity, holistic development, justice and good governance and abundance of life)
- To strengthen the capacity of Africans in business by providing a trade centre to facilitate networking, information technology from other parts of the world.
- In all areas an emphasis on women is to be stressed to include an active and positive participation on their part.
Afro-vision will equip and send out missionaries to operate in all areas of life – social, economic and politicalroulette 222
- Afro-Vision will produce self-sufficient, trained and well-rounded individuals (Church Leaders and ministry co-ordinators, professionals, politicians, businessmen, temporary workers, missionaries) who will understand their dominion at their place of work, and purpose in extending the Kingdom of God to those areas in which they find themselves placed. “For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry…” (Ephesians 4:12a)
- In conjunction with the Church network, Afro-Vision will lobby to have kingdom citizens of proven integrity and capability selected and appointed to key positions in the Executive (Senior Government positions), the Judiciary (Judges and Magistrates), and the Legislative (Parliament), arms of African Governments. “The kingdoms of this world have become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of His Christ; and he shall reign forever and ever” (Rev.11:15b)
- An increase in the economic and social status of respective African countries as their peoples become better trained and purposeful in their development activities, and more income is generated through networking that produces intensified trade. “I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in good health just as thy soul prospereth…” (3 John 2)