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Welcome to the website of ANITEPAM! This site is designed to provide you with basic information regarding ANITEPAM. It links around 120 African Anglican Colleges, Seminaries and theological education programmes with each other and with the wider world. Please contact us with any comments you may have on the current website and suggestions for improvements.

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The Vision of ANITEPAM is "to have well trained, Godly men and women able to serve Christ in His Church".


The Mission of ANITEPAM is:

 ANITEPAM is a non-profit church-related organization established to serve the African provinces of the Anglican communion by:-

  1. Creating an awareness within each province of what is occurring in theologicalEducation in other African Provinces.

  2. Establishing links among Anglican and other theological Education work in Africa through inter-seminary and inter-faculty exchange exploring the activities of other ecumenical organizations involved in similar work, and undertaking regular communication.

  3. Identifying institutions in Africa and in the world-wide church which provide resources for helping African educators to improve their skills for service in Africa

  4. Affirming links with theological education structures throughout the world, in particular with Seminary Consultation on mission (U.S.A)

  5. Mutually Supporting and strengthening one another as members


  Friends of ANITEPAM


Friends of ANITEPAM are people, parishes and organizations – usually located outside of Africa – that have an interest in theological education in Africa, and wish to support it through the ministry of ANITEPAM.

Friends of ANITEPAM receive our quarterly Bulletin in February, May, and August, and the Journal in November. Wherever possible, we ask Friends to download the electronic version from our web site when it becomes available. But printed copies are mailed to those who prefer that format.

If you would like to become a Friend of ANITEPAM, please contact the Corresponding Secretary by e-mail, or write using the address on our "contact us" page.



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