African Educare Mission Group (AEMG) is a non-profit organization founded by Dr. Adrien N. Ngudiankama.
The AEMG promotes education, health, leadership development, peace and conflict resolution in French and Portuguese speaking Sub-Saharan African countries. African Educare Mission Group is the mission hand of Salem Gospel Ministries and works jointly with the Baptist and International Ministries at American University (BIMAU).
The AEMG’s activities in Sub-Saharan Africa include:.
- Building schools and clinics in socially deprived areas.
- Providing school and medical supplies to challenged medical and educational institutions. Clothes, shoes and any other necessary materials are also provided.
- Providing continuing education programs to adults: literacy, Learning French and English as a Second language, Computer literacy, etc.
- Providing basic Health Promotion programs.
About Dr. Adrien N. Ngudiankama
Dr. Adrien N. Ngudiankama (affectionately called Dr. A or Rev. A) is originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Dr. Ngudiankama was ordained by the Baptist Union of Great Britain in 1994 in London. He holds a Philosophia Masters in Systematic Theology, from King’s College (1997) and a PhD in Health Education and Health Promotion, Institute of Education (2001), both from London University.
He taught sociology and anthropology at Bowie State University (MD), Kansas University (KS) and George Washington (DC). He did his postdoctoral research in anthropology and religion at the University of Kansas and Princeton University.
He worked as the Faith Project Manager and the Mission Delivery Manager with the American Cancer Society (2007-2012). He currently serves as the volunteer part-time Baptist chaplain at American University. He is also the senior pastor of Salem Gospel Ministries, which is, located in Baltimore and Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. Salem Gospel Ministries is affiliated to the District of Columbia Baptist Convention and the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware.
Dr. Ngudiankama's interests are in health promotion, education, global mission, pastoral counseling, conflict resolution, and migration in Sub-Saharan Africa and the African migrant contexts. Dr. A has assisted and worked with numerous groups to conduct health promotion as well as mission programs in the USA, Europe, and Africa.
Dr. A speaks French, English, Kikongo, Lingala and some Swahili.
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