Africa University

AFRICA UNIVERSITY GRADUATES FEEDING AND EDUCATING THEIR HOMELANDS

 Africa University has been supported by the Methodist Church for many years, and its graduates are helping feed and educate people in a variety of African countries.  This article is from the July issue of the Yellowstone Conference United Methodist Mission News:

Africa University is a “private, Pan-African and United Methodist-Related institution.” It has more than 1,200 students from 22 African countries.  It is located 17 km northwest of Mutare, Zimbabwe.  It grants both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in various programs. 

Students who graduate return to their home countries to work to improve the lives of their people.  Or, in the case of Kutela Katembo from the DR Congo, he is being sent as a  new missionary going to the East Angola Conference, to work in agriculture.  Read about how Africa University graduates are impacting their countries.