Despite today’s increasing development, technology, and forward thinking, women continue to be viewed as second-class citizens in many parts of the world. They are mistreated, oppressed, abused and devalued. We partner with indigenous ministries to create programs that provide education, counseling, training and income-generating vocations for women.

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Despite today’s increasing development, technology, and forward thinking, women continue to be viewed as second-class citizens in many parts of the world. They are mistreated, oppressed, abused and devalued. We partner with indigenous ministries to create programs that provide education, counseling, training and income-generating vocations for women.

Partners International seeks to show women their innate value in Christ and bring dignity and purpose in situations of shame and despair. We understand the importance of women in God’s plan for His Kingdom, that’s why we developed the Global Women’s Leadership Initiative.

Women who minister in their own cultures are best suited to effectively share Christ in their communities. The Global Women’s Initiative is designed to identify key leaders in each of the regions where Partners International Works. Women are trained and then encouraged to mentor others.  It is a sustainable way to build up Godly women who served God in the hard places.

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June 2017 Update SPPM waisted so many years

I´ve wasted so many years

June 28, 2017

  I received a precious gift on Mother´s Day. Did you pray that the young lady that I have written about would repent? She came to bring me some chocolate at…

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Women’s camp

June 22, 2017

  There were some 210 women from the AEES churches who gathered for three days at the beginning of June 2017. They focused on the subject of child upbringing. The…

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Opening new avenues for village women

May 25, 2017

Dariya Development offers a skill development project for rural women in one Central Asian country, without any discrimination of caste, creed or religion. The communities provide the space as their…

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GHCO May 2017 Update Saluting missionary moms

Saluting missionary moms

May 23, 2017

  With motherhood having just been celebrated around the world on May 14th, 2017 we would like to turn the spotlight on missionary moms in this month’s report. These gallant…

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From a suffering wife to a happy trainer

May 18, 2017

    Pan* used to have a difficult situation in her family. She has rheumatic aches. She also has a little son to take care of. Out of love, Pan’s…

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God answers woman’s plea for help

May 17, 2017

Praise the Lord for reaching K people group. We witness how the Kingdom of God is spreading. We praise His faithfulness, for He is mighty to save and he does…

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South Sudanese women — change agents, not victims!

On March 21, twelve women leaders in the AIC South Sudan Women’s Ministry met in the office of their director Mama Paula before leaving for the airport. They were on…

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INCG April 2017 Update change-Basket Making skill training

Agents of change

May 12, 2017

  The Government reports that these are some of the least developed districts in the country. The area has very low literacy and high child mortality. It has the highest…

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Villagers get a taste of beauty

May 9, 2017

As the result of prayer, communities in two Central Asian villages opened up for us to hold two days of “Beauty Club.” It went very well. Members of the sustainable…

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Hope in a Brighter Future

May 1, 2017

My name is Heidi. I am a young woman, single with 3 children of different fathers. I am 25. For years I have wanted to be among the happy women…

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Despite today’s increasing development, technology, and forward thinking, women continue to be viewed as second-class citizens in many parts of the world. They are mistreated, oppressed, abused and devalued. We partner with indigenous ministries to create programs that provide education, counseling, training and income-generating vocations for women.

Partners International seeks to show women their innate value in Christ and bring dignity and purpose in situations of shame and despair. We understand the importance of women in God’s plan for His Kingdom. Will you join us in our ministry to women?

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