United Kingdom

In 1978 AE Evangelistic Enterprise Ltd was officially registered as a charity in the UK. The office was initially run by Jean Wilson and Pat Strange. Unlike other Support Offices the office in the UK did not focus merely on raising funds locally for the African...

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Europe

Although there were many very active African Enterprise supporters and volunteers based in Europe, and a Board was formed at the beginning of 2001, it was not until 2003 that a formal Support Office opened in Brussels, Belgium, under the leadership of Lynn Nwagbara....

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Canada

In the summer-holidays in 1963 Michael Cassidy led a mission to the University of New Brunswick as part of a Leighton Ford (of the Billy Graham team) mission to Fredericton. It was Michael’s first major university mission, and a baptism of fire! Following another town...

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Australia

African Enterprise’s Support Office in Australia has been active since 1975 but only became a legal entity from 14 March 1978. In April and May of that year Festo Kivengere and Michael Cassidy led the first major Australian ministry tour (“Bridgehead ‘78”) to...

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Ethiopia

The African Enterprise team in Ethiopia was established in 1995 under Berhanu Deresse. Berhanu served as Team Leader until 2003 when Melisachew Mesfin took over this position. The Ethiopian Board Chairs over the last 15 years have been Million Belete (6 years), Hailu...

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Democratic Republic of Congo

For over 30 years African Enterprise had done a great work in the English-speaking African countries, but it remained a challenge to operate effectively in the French-speaking countries of Africa. This is why an office was opened in Kinshasa, DRC in 1995. The main...

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