On the World AIDS Day, Amity initiated an assessment project for the development of PLWHA (people living with HIV/Aids) society-friendly surroundings. Amity received a total of 45 applications from various institutions of whom the most innovative and progressive will receive funding for project implementation.
We will make a photo collection as a special gift to Amity’s 30th Anniversary Celebration. With great joy and gratitude we invite you to contribute to this Photo Collection. If you have old photos, personal stories, little posters, written letters, etc.—about your work and life here in China as Amity teachers, volunteers, partners, and friends, please share them with us.
With 30 years of exploration, accumulation, heritage and innovation, Amity's Education and International Exchange Division informs you about our latest developments in the Echo, our new bulletin about our work on international exchange.
The Amity Service Learning Program aims to raise responsible young leaders who take new initiatives and engage in developing their organizations and societies. For the year 2015, the year of Amity's 30th anniversary we set up a detailed schedule. We hope that more people will join our program and experience the beauty of serving in China or Korea.
More than 50 international experts from Christian development organizations and churches, coming from 25 countries discussed some leading issues of religion and development in Berlin. The participants raised crucial questions concerning the understanding of partnership, development, religion and how to strengthen collaboration.