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"We have...a relatively elaborate ministry strategy to reach children and youth," says Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, TWR's International Director for Africa.  And, what a strategy it is!  Imagine combining children's radio programs with listener groups, teachers, workbooks, and churches.  This strategy, and the resulting fruit, is is just another example of the benefits of partnership in ministry.

Click here to learn more about TWR's work in Africa

(Photo of Dr. Emmanuel Mbennah, TWR's International Director for Africa)