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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Story of a refugee woman

February 21, 2017

  About 4 years ago I started a relationship with some foreigners who visited me every week. At first I did not understand why they cared for my family. Little by little…

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Worship leader finds great joy in “giving up”

February 7, 2017

At last month’s two-day seminar in Central Asia for campers and counselors, a 20-year-old woman shared her story. Three years earlier, she was a camper with Camp Adonai, and now she…

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Gospel in action

January 27, 2017

Shivani* has faced difficulty after difficulty. First she lost her house during the earthquake and after that she had to face another tragedy. Her husband, Rai, passed away one month…

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Fighting the horrors of bride kidnapping

January 11, 2017

Last month, the “Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women” (CEDAW)” wanted to learn the extent of the problem of bride kidnapping in their Central Asian region and what…

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Community Outreach Center, Borivali

December 15, 2016

Oasis India has worked in Borivali since 2010. Education, health care, livelihood training, counseling, advocacy, prevention and awareness programs are carried out for individual and community development. As a result,…

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Indonesian women embrace servant leadership

Our Indonesian culture is strongly influenced by values rooted in animistic beliefs. Those beliefs teach that being leaders is the right of only a few people endowed with a certain…

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Standing firm to protect women

December 1, 2016

The issue of community development is more than just improving community infrastructure and improving people’s physical health. We also must address social problems that come from inside people. One of…

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Family transformed

November 29, 2016

Hiya comes from a very low-income group family who are mostly farmers. She is married and blessed with four children. One day one of her children became very sick and…

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Harvester Training Brings Hope to Mahima

November 21, 2016

Ms. Mahima* is a new believer. Her family and her whole village opposed her when they came to know that she accepted Jesus. She and three of her friends were…

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Developing Women Leaders

November 19, 2016

Our team had a women’s training in the rural areas of UP. Around 300 women have been trained in leadership, women’s health, nutrition and The Word. We have been consistently…

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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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