ACSI encourages collaborative approaches to educational development.
We uphold values related to restorative practices and healthy cross-cultural partnerships between the majority and minority worlds.
ACSI serves individuals as well as church and school communities through facilitating healthy partnerships focused on social, spiritual and financial investment opportunities that are mutually beneficial.
ACSI Partnership opportunities include:
“Seed investment” in:
Africa Roundtable 3, 2018
The annual meeting of African regional leaders from the core countries.
National association services, products or events. The national office will report Return on Investment (ROI), building towards self-sustainability.
The delivery of ACSI Africa’s product innovations to national associations.
See Product Innovations. This involves activities such as translating materials from English to French, training national master trainers and printing materials for national use.
ACSI can facilitate opportunities for individuals or groups, for long or short-term missions.
Get involved now:
Thank you for considering how you may become involved in the work of ACSI Africa. This section invites your participation in two ways:
- Financial support: Please select the options to complete and submit the giving form. In the section ‘I would like to support . . .”, designate ‘ACSI Africa office support’. You may choose not to ‘leave a comment’. Or, you may use the space to fill in your choice of ‘seed investment’. If you would like to be kept informed about how your investment is being used, please leave your email address.
- We look forward to hearing from you: We welcome your enquiries and recommendations.
ACSI Africa’s purpose is to identify, empower and equip national leaders for effective national associations of Christian schools. Existing and new schools benefit through professional associations for the development and delivery of quality Christian education. ACSI, the world’s largest Protestant association of Christian schools, is a global leader in the development and work of national associations of Christian schools.