ABLI 2022 Launched

The 5th edition of the African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI) programme was officially launched on June 4th, 2022, at Nairobi Baptist Church. The ABLI programme trains young leaders for six [...]
Mentees keenly following the class session

The 5th edition of the African Biblical Leadership Initiative (ABLI) programme was officially launched on June 4th, 2022, at Nairobi Baptist Church.

The ABLI programme trains young leaders for six months to be accountable leaders who are driven by truth and integrity. The fellows are drawn from Universities, Colleges, Churches, and leaders in the community from different Counties. This training equips youth to be agents of change in the areas they serve hence bringing positive change to society.

This year’s ABLI programme has three cohorts, one physical class which is held monthly, and two online classes which are being held on Zoom.

The Head of Business Development Mr. Thomas Tharao officially opened this year’s training. He talked about the Society’s work noting that empowering young people is one way in which the Society is investing in the future. He commended all the participants for signing up for ABLI programme noting that they will be empowered with skills that will help them in their spheres of influence.

Participant engaging in dialogue

Before the official launch, a sensitization meeting was held for all trainers who are training the ABLI fellows. The trainers are knowledgeable in different areas of expertise including self-awareness, leadership skills, communication, governance, entrepreneurship, and Pan- Africanism.

We believe that the knowledge and skills learned by the fellows will help them to make our community a better place even as they embark on serving where the Lord has placed them.

 

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