We are pioneering clean energy job training programs – in solar, energy management, and more – through church networks in the US and around the world. As the world shifts toward a clean energy economy, our programs seek to promote sustainability, empower local churches, and create jobs for those most in need! Our staff brings decades of experience in job training and certification of industry professionals to our programs.
In partnership with World Relief-Sacramento, EFM is pioneering a job training program for refugees in the field of energy management. The program is funded through the energy savings generated by energy audits we have performed at partnering churches. The program strengthens local mission partnerships, promotes sustainability, saves churches money, and creates jobs for those most in need!
In Swahili, Tuungane (toong-AH-nay) means
“Let us come together!”
In Congo (DRC), we are working through the local church to bring wholeness and healing to communities ravaged by decades of armed conflict. Led by Marcel Serubungo, the Tuungane Project holds workshops in towns and villages for the faith restoration of Christian leaders and the promotion of peace and reconciliation among divided communities. Our vision is to see the multiplication of transformed disciples throughout the region.
The Tuungane Project is also creating programs in trauma recovery and economic development, all to see God’s people come together for healing!
Our work in DR Congo is partially funded through the promotion of energy efficiency in US churches.
Over the last five years, EFM has pioneered small business development and microfinance among the most vulnerable in Kenya – starting 50 locally-run businesses. In Uganda, we have worked with orphanages and other Christian education institutions. We have also helped implement COVID relief through partner NGOs and mission organizations in Rwanda and Uganda.
Over the last five years, EFM has pioneered small business development and microfinance among the most vulnerable in Kenya. In Uganda, we have worked with orphanages and other Christian education insitutions. We have also helped implement COVID relief through partner NGOs and mission organizations in Rwanda and Uganda.
We have helped empower local churches and Christian schools through solar projects in Myanmar, Colombia, and the US.
We have helped empower the local church and Christian education through solar projects in Myanmar, Colombia, and the US.
Energy for mission Churches
In partnership with our sister organization, Energy for Purpose (EFP), we work with church networks in the United States to turn energy savings gained through the implementation of energy efficiency measures into mission giving.
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