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trees_featherLiving in and involved with the communities in which we work, we in the SMA witness on a daily basis the struggle of Africa to achieve its potential in today’s world.
Africa for the SMA is the continent where we have found:
– a welcome
– an openness to receiving God’s  Word
– an attraction that inspires our missionaries to spend and give their lives.  At present, SMA works in 16 countries in Africa. For more information about any of these countries click on the name of country below
Angola Benin Central African Rep D R Congo Egypt
Ghana Ivory Coast Kenya Liberia Morocco
Niger Nigeria South Africasouth_africa_flag Tanzaniatanzania TogoFlag of Togo
Zambia        

 

Africa’s Great Green Wall and The ‘Laudato Tree’ Project ©

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Why Africa must become a center of knowledge again

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SCCRR continues Peacebuilding Efforts during Election Process

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Kenyan Elections – Why I’m Proud to be African – Kenyan writer applauds Kenyan...

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Irish Missionary – GPO witness to the 1916 Rising – founder of Kenya’s top...

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Peacebuilding with the SMAs in East Africa

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Congo: What is essential is invisible to the eye…

"It seems that when you kill ten million Africans — you aren’t called ‘Hitler’, your name never comes to symbolize the living incarnation of...