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.
In Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province the annual conference of Amity’s international exchange programs took place from January 31 to February 5. Besides the conference, participants visited HIV/AIDS projects and the mid-term seminary for the young volunteers was hosted.
General-Secretary of the Amity Foundation Qiu Zhonghui was chosen as one of the most outstanding persons of philanthropy in China in 2014. Read about Amity’s approach of good governance and the empowering of communities in an interview with Mr Qiu.
The focus of the 2015 Walk for Living Water will be 'Water and Sustainable Development'. The event embodies the mission for tangible action to help water-deprived people and the raising of awareness for the sustainable future of the next generation. There will be a lot of fun activities and participants can win many prizes.