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STRATEGIC PLAN

2009-2014

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY

HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES

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Contact Address:

Pastor Jackson Ukiru
The Coordinator
God Will Make A Way Ministries
Mchumbi Road
P.O.Box 26581-00504
Nairobi
Kenya
Cell:254-0734-630-085
Email:godwillmakeaway2000@yahoo.com

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GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES
ORGANIZATION

VISION

We work for a world that is filled with the love of God in which sharing is the
driving force for the eradication of human suffering.

MISSION

The reason we exist is to serve the Lord Jesus Christ by working to reduce the
suffering of the needy so that they can express their full potential.

CORE VALUE

The over-arching value of this ministry is the love of God, of one another and of
those that we serve.

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GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES ORGANIZATION

STRATEGIC PLAN

2009-2014

Growth with a purpose

CHAPTER 1

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This strategic plan inaugurates the organization – God Will Make A Way Humanitarian
Ministries (GWMAW).The document is a culmination of a long planning and start up
process. The document lays the road map and a firm foundation upon which God Will
Make A Way as a Christian ministry will be established and sustained over the period
2009-2014. This section gives a bird’s eye view of the content of the strategic plan.

1.1 Why was GWMAW established?

The non – negotiable fundamental reason why this ministry exists is to serve Jesus
Christ. This fundamental will drive everything the ministry does .This raison d’etre is
captured in the mission statement:-

GWMAW exists to serve Jesus Christ by working to reduce the
suffering of the needy so that they can express their full potential.

GWMAW offers us an excellent opportunity to leverage the quintessence of the Bible
namely:-

Love of God, of one another and of those we serve.

We submit this ministry to the Almighty God, and take this leap in faith in the firm
trust that God will use GWMAW to transform lives so that we ultimately achieve the
vision of:-

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A world that is filled with the love of God in which sharing is the driving
force for the eradication of human suffering.

1.2 How will this mission be leveraged?

The main work of this ministry will be to take the Gospel to the unreached ,the
unchurched , the non-believers , luke-warm Christians and those unconnected with
the LordJesus Christ , who is the answer to this troubled world .This work will be
accomplished in 5 main complementary goals ;-

Strategic Goal Number One

GWMAW will be an active evangelistic ministry working in Kenya and other African
countries to complete the Great Commission that was ordered by the Lord Jesus
Christ by directly reaching over 50,000 people by the year 2030.

Strategic Goal Number Two

GWMAW will be a Christian ministry that has the human and non-human resource
capacity to effectively undertake evangelistic enterprises in the East African
region.

Strategic Goal Number Three

GWMAW will be a Christian ministry that supports the communities in which it
works through care and mercy ministries.

Strategic Goal Number Four

GWMAW will be a Christian ministry that is effectively using modern Information
and Communications Technology (ICT) to spread the Gospel.

Strategic Goal Number Five

GWMAW will be a Christian ministry that constantly monitors, evaluates and
reports its work to it stakeholders.

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1.3 What will be the main focus of GWMAW’s mission during the
period 2009-2014?

(a) Mission
Our mission will be focused on delivering the Gospel to positively transform the
lives of the people and society.

(b) People
Our work will mainly target the youth and young people in the age bracket 10-40
years by:-

• Handing over skills to them so that they can create meaningful
opportunities that positively transform their lives.
• Fighting the adversity that denies the young people a chance to express
their full potential.

(c) Geographical Scope
During this period our outreach will be on both the urban and rural areas of the
country Kenya. The ministry will also commence outreach services in the
countries that neighbor Kenya during the period.

1.4 How will we equip and resource GWMAW to carry out this mission?

GWMAW will partner with friends and workers of the Great Commission in
undertaking this mission. We pray and trust that God will make a way for the plan to
be accomplished.

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FOREWORD
I take this opportunity to invite you to read the first strategic plan of God Will Make A Way
Humanitarian Ministries (GWMAW). The main reasons for writing this strategic plan were
to:-

• Communicate the purpose of existence of GWMAW.
• Establish realistic goals for implementation over the next 5 years.
• Develop a sense of ownership of the ministry by the various stakeholders.
• Ensure effective utilization of the available resources.
• Provide a basis upon which to evaluate the performance of the ministry.

Strategic planning is a tedious but necessary process. We want to most sincerely thank those
who gave their time to ensure that this plan was completed. The completion of the planning
now ushers in the harder stage in the process, which is the implementation of the plan. I pray
that God will provide the implementation team with the resolve and resources necessary to
ensure that this plan comes to fruition.

I hope that those involved will be committed to implementing this plan because I believe
that:-

• The objectives of the plan are realistic.
• The implementation team has been fully involved in the development of the plan.
• Responsibility for ensuring the delivery of the objectives has been clearly assigned.
• Written job descriptions and performance reviews for the Board have been provided.
• The plan has been clearly documented and circulated.

By my signature below, I confirm that the Board of Directors of GWMAW has approved the
objectives, activities and budgets described in this strategic plan for implementation over the
period 2009 to 2014.

Thank you.

Pastor Jackson Ukiru
Chair – Board of Directors
God Will Make A Way Humanitarians Ministries

2 December 2008

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OPENING PRAYER

Oh Father, we commit this plan into your hands because you are the
Master Planner of the Universe.

Oh Father, we pray that this plan be in accordance with thy will for
this ministry.

Oh Father, we pray for the strength and wisdom to implement this
plan, which only You can provide.

Guide us, Oh Father, as we implement this plan so that it may work
for your Glory and Honor.

In Jesus name we pray,

AMEN

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ACRONYMS

5M – Manpower Machines Materials Measurement Methods
BOD – Board of Directors.
CABA – Children Affected By Aids
CEO – Chief Executive Officer
COBA – Children Orphaned By Aids
FBO – Faith Based Organization
FGM – Female Genital Mutilation
FY – Financial Year.
GIPA – Greater Involvement of People with Aids
GoK – Government of Kenya.
GWMAW – God Will Make A Way, Humanitarian Ministries Organization.
HQ – Headquarters
LFA – Logical Framework Approach
ICT – Information Communications Technology
IGA – Income Generating Activity.
INGO – International Non Governmental Organization
MAMA – Multi-Dimensional Aids Management Approach
M&E – Monitoring and Evaluation
NGO – Non-Governmental Organization
OVC – Orphaned and Vulnerable Children
PLWHA – Persons Living With HIV/Aids
SMARTER – Single, Monitorable, Attainable, Reasonable, Timed,
Enjoyable and Reportable
SWOTS – Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Threats and
Solutions.
WBS – Work Breakdown Structure.
ZOOP – Objectives Oriented Project Planning Model
(Used in idea brainstorming, classification, prioritization and
selection)

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GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES ORGANIZATION
STRATEGIC PLAN
2009-2014
GROWTH WITH A PURPOSE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY..........................................................................................3
1.1.............................................................................WHY WAS GWMAW ESTABLISHED?
..................................................................................................................................3
1.2.........................................................................HOW WILL THIS MISSION BE LEVERAGED?
................................................................................................................................4
1.3.....................WHAT WILL BE THE MAIN FOCUS OF GWMAW’S MISSION DURING THE PERIOD
...............................................................................................................2009-2014?
................................................................................................................................5
1.4........................HOW WILL WE EQUIP AND RESOURCE GWMAW TO CARRY OUT THIS MISSION?
................................................................................................................................5
FOREWORD...........................................................................................................6
OPENING PRAYER...............................................................................................7
ACRONYMS...........................................................................................................8
2.0 BACKGROUND..............................................................................................................11
2.1 PURPOSE OF THE STRATEGIC PLAN...........................................................................11
2.2 THE STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE......................................................................11
2.3 THE STRATEGIC PLANNING PROCESS.........................................................................11
2.4 THE LAYOUT OF THE DOCUMENT..............................................................................12
3.0 THE CHALLENGE..................................................................................................14
3.1............................................................................GLOBAL CHALLENGES TO EVANGELISM
..............................................................................................................................14
3.2........................................................................REGIONAL CHALLENGES TO EVANGELISM.
..............................................................................................................................15
3.3...................................................................................THE CHALLENGE TO GWMAW
..............................................................................................................................15
4.0 GOD WILL MAKE A WAY HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES ...................................16
4.1 HISTORY.............................................................................................................16
4.2 STATUS..............................................................................................................16
4.3 DENOMINATIONAL AFFILIATION..................................................................................16
4.4 DOCTRINAL COMMITMENT........................................................................................16
4.5 LOCATION............................................................................................................16
4.6 VISION.................................................................................................................16
4.7 MISSION.............................................................................................................16
4.8 VALUES..............................................................................................................16
4.9 SWOT ANALYSIS................................................................................................17
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4.10 MANAGEMENT......................................................................................................17
5.0 GOALS.......................................................................................................................18
5.1....................................................................STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER ONE:
..............................................................................................................................18
5.1.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE:.................................................................18
5.1.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO:..................................................................20
5.1.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE: ............................................................21
5.1.4 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FOUR:..................................................................22
5.1.5 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FIVE: ..................................................................24
5.2...................................................................STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER TWO:
..............................................................................................................................26
5.2.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE:.................................................................26
5.2.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO:................................................................28
5.2.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE:...............................................................29
5.2.4 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FOUR:..............................................................31
5.2...............................................................STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER THREE:.
..............................................................................................................................32
5.3.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE:...............................................................32
5.3.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO:....................................................................34
5.3.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE.........................................................36
5.4.................................................................STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER FOUR:
..............................................................................................................................37
5.4.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE:.........................................................37
5.4.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: .........................................................38
5.5 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER FIVE:
....................................................................40
5.5.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: ..............................................................41
5.5.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: .............................................................42
APPENDIX A.........................................................................................................................44
6.0 RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY.....................................................44
6.1 FIRST FINANCIAL YEAR (FY) RESOURCE MOBILIZATION PROJECTIONS..............................45
6.2.............................................................5 YEAR RESOURCE MOBILIZATION PROJECTION
..............................................................................................................................47
6.2.0 Narrative for 5 year resource mobilization projections...............................47
6.3..............................................................................................................BUDGET
..............................................................................................................................49
6.3.1 Financial Year 1 Proposed Budget................................................................48
6.3.2 Responsibility assignment matrix........................................................................50
6.3.3 First year strategy roll-out timetable................................................................. 51
APPENDIX B.........................................................................................................................51
APPENDIX C.........................................................................................................................52
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APPENDIX D.........................................................................................................................56
LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS.........................................................................................57
APPENDIX E.........................................................................................................................59
APPENDIX F.........................................................................................................................60
APPENDIX G........................................................................................................................66
APPENDIX H.........................................................................................................................67

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CHAPTER 2
2.0 BACKGROUND

2.1 Purpose of the Strategic Plan

The purpose of this strategic plan is to outline the anticipated activities of God Will
Make A Way Humanitarian Ministries (GWMAW) over the period 2009- 2014.The
strategic plan is a statement of intention that we pray God will enable to succeed.
The strategic plan provides a basis upon which to evaluate and adjust the activities
of GWMAW from time to time during the period.

2.2 The Strategic Planning Committee.

The strategic planning committee comprised of the following:-

• Pastor Jackson Ukiru
• Fred Khaemba
• Albert Kenyani
• Dinah Nkoroi
• Perpetual Ukiru

The drafting sub – committee comprised of the following members:-

• Albert Kenyani
• Fred Khaemba
• Jackson Ukiru

2.3 The Strategic Planning Process

The strategic plan was developed over a period of one year starting April 2008 and
ending March 2009.The start up of the ministry was proposed by Jackson Ukiru in
April 2004. During the period May to August 2004, Brother Jackson Ukiru formed
a small group comprising of himself, Albert Kenyani and Fred Khaemba who met
infrequently to deliberate on the logistics of establishing the ministry.

In September 2004 a Board of Directors for the ministry was formed , which re-
constituted itself into the Strategic Planning Committee. This strategic team sat
for 5 times during which period they used the Objective Project Planning Approach
(ZOPP) to develop the strategic plan .The ZOPP process was facilitated by Mr.

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Fred Khaemba, who has been involved in the development of strategic plans for
many organizations in Kenya.

The strategic planning process was carried out in 5 stages. The first stage involved
training members of the planning team in the process of strategic planning. The
second stage was the organizational visioning process. The third stage was an
environmental scan to identify the organizational challenge and match it to the
organizational strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOTs). The
fourth stage involved establishing organizational objectives that are SMARTER
(Single, Measurable, Achievable, Reasonable, Timed, Enjoyable and Reportable).
The last stage of the strategic planning process involved drafting, research and
revision, which was left to a smaller group that carried out the exercise from
December 2008 and completed it in March 2008.

During the strategic planning process many lessons were learnt including:-

(a) Strategic planning is not an unbiblical process since God is Himself the
master planner of the universe and of our lives.
(b) Strategic planning is a tedious to and fro iterative process that cannot
be hurried.
(c) A strategic plan should be viewed to be a guide rather than a complete
and infallible document. A strategic plan is always a document that has
not been completed or perfected and which is still in progress.
(d) By participating in the planning process, members of the Board of
Directors gained ownership of the strategic plan.

2.4 The Layout of the Document.

This plan sets the agenda for the ministry for the period 2008-2014.

Chapter 1 gives the executive summary.

Chapter 2 provides the background statement.

Chapter 3 summarizes the challenge of the ministry GWMAW .The main purpose
of GWMAW will be to make Jesus Christ known in this world through evangelism
by proclaiming the Gospel and persuading unbelievers to accept salvation. This
chapter outlines the major barriers to evangelism, which this ministry will need to
innovate to overcome.

Chapter 4 sets forth the vision for the ministry. Ultimately this ministry is
working for a world in which the love of God reigns.

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Chapter 5 sets forth the strategy GWMAW is expected to use in order to
advance the Gospel over the 5 year period. The strategy calls for GWMAW to be
a purpose driven ministry. Full emphasis is laid on evangelism and advancing the
Great Commission in Kenya and the surrounding countries. First, in order to serve
as an effective evangelistic enterprise, GWMAW will need to build its resource
capability. Second, GWMAW will need to engage in the mission of mercy and care
to help alleviate extreme poverty and suffering in its constituency. Lastly, the
ministry will need to track progress and report it regularly to the Board and
sponsoring stakeholders. An account is given on how GWMAW will keep track of
its progress and achievement.

The annexure provides estimates of the resources that are necessary over the 5
year period to carry out this work .The chapter gives an outline of a fundraising
plan for these resources.

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CHAPTER 3

3.0 THE CHALLENGE

Matthew 28: 19

“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the
Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.”

3.1 Global Challenges to Evangelism

50% of the 6.3 billion people on earth are yet to receive the Gospel .This means that
half of the work that our LORD Jesus Christ commanded is still pending. The Lord
Jesus Christ commands us in Matthew 28: 19-20 to take the Gospel to all corners of
the earth. Today many barriers stand in the way of implementing this Great
Commission.

Over 40% of the world’s population that live in the 10 / 40 window is closed to
Christianity due to other beliefs. The 10/40 window is the area situated between
the Latitudes 100 N and 400 N starting from North Africa and covering the whole
of Middle East ,India ,China, Indonesia ,Japan and the other smaller countries
.Today persecution of Christians is rife in the 10/40 window.

A major threat to evangelism and the Great Commission is globalization. Touted as a
universal equalization or normalization of virtue, globalization is in practice the
reverse because of the dominant role of the western media in making the world
become more secular, more liberal and un-godlier by promoting the adoption of sub–
cultures that are unchristian .These include perverted sexual lives, worship of
images and money.

Another serious threat to the Great Commission is extreme poverty. One billion
people live below the poverty line, go to bed hungry and struggle to make it to the
following day .This extreme poverty has exposed these people to the vagaries of the
devil such as manipulation by the political class and the powerful in the society.

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3.2 Regional Challenges to Evangelism.

The global threat to evangelism becomes amplified in our East African region double
fold because of many factors.

First, the 200 million people in the East African region are the poorest on earth.
Being extremely poor, they have been manipulated by the ruling class into wars that
make the region the single point most concentrated with civil wars in the world.
Sudan has been at war with itself for the longest period on earth in the recent
times (over 20 years) in which 2 million lives have been lost and 6 million people
displaced. Only now is peace starting to come back to the country. The tiny country
of Rwanda was involved in a genocide in which 1 million people were butchered to
death in the 1990’s. The Democratic Republic of Congo, Burundi, Somali and parts of
Uganda are currently engaged in civil war .In all these wars, extreme poverty that
afflicts over 60% of the people of the region is a contributory factor. It is these
poor people who are made to fight and who end up dying in these senseless wars.

Second, many people groups remain unreached and unchurched in the Eastern
African region .Pagan worship is still rife in parts of the southern Sudan .Over 20
people groups in Kenya have less than 20% of their population who proclaim that
they are Christians .GWMAW classifies population where less than 20% proclaim to
be followers of Christ as being unreached. A similar trend is found in Tanzania
.Therefore, there is great need for evangelism to reach these final frontiers in
Eastern Africa.

Third, evangelism is necessary to counter non-Christian faiths that are on the rise in
countries like Kenya .Kenya is home to a significant number of people who profess to
faiths that originated from Asia, while devil, pagan and wiccan worship is creeping
into the urban areas of the country.

3.3 The Challenge to GWMAW

GWMAW is geographically and strategically well situated to be a significant
partner in the Great Commission. The challenge for GWMAW is to collaborate
with other ministries to evangelize the unreached of this region. However, to be
effective GWMAW will need to devise ways around the barriers that underpin
non-Christianity in this region. The main challenge of GWMAW will be how to
build its capacity so that it can effectively deliver the Great Commission in this
region .This challenge can only be overcome by forging partnerships with the
others who are more equipped and are working on the Great Commission.

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CHAPTER 4

4.0 GOD WILL MAKE A WAY HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES

4.1 History
GWMAW is a starting ministry of Chrisco City Church, Nairobi, Kenya. The
ministry was registered by the government in April 2004. The period 2004 to
2008 were formative years for the ministry.

4.2 Status
GWMAW is a non-governmental and non-profit making Christian ministry.
However, the ministry will not discriminate when serving on the basis of religion,
sex, creed, health or race. GWMAW is entitled to tax –exemptions from the
government on material and cash donations made to it.

4.3 Affiliation.

GWMAW is a ministry that collaborates with an ever increasing number of
Churches and Non-Profit Organizations. Our main collaborators at this time are
African Divine Church and Nairobi Community Foundation.

African Divine Church was started in the mid 1960’s and has spread to become
one of the largest African Instituted churches in East Africa.

Nairobi Community Foundation (NACOF) is a body that fundraises for projects
undertaken by civic bodies in the city of Nairobi.

4.4 Doctrinal Commitment

The key principles in the doctrinal creed of GWMAW are;-

• Belief in the inerrancy of the entire bible.
• Belief in the tri-une nature of God.
• Belief in Jesus Christ as the redeemer and savior of mankind.
• Belief in prayer as the cornerstone of the Christian faith.
• Commitment to the Great Commission.

4.5 Location
GWMAW is headquartered in the city of Nairobi. The Ministry operates at 2
downtown and suburban sites in the city of Nairobi.

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4.6 Vision
GWMAW sees a world that is filled with the love of God in which sharing is the
driving force for the eradication of human suffering.
4.7 Mission
GWMAW’s raison d’etre is to serve Christ by working for the needy so that
they may express their full potential.

4.8 Values
The over-arching value of the ministry is the love of God, of one another and of
those that we serve. This love is expressed in;-

Sharing ----------- the Gospel of Christ.
Commitment ---- to Christ.
Mercy ------------ to fellow man.

4.9 SWOT Analysis.

The main strengths of the ministry lie in:-

• The Biblical principles to which the ministry is committed.
• A committed and able Board of Directors.
• A focused agenda as outlined in this plan
• The ability to evaluate its work and apply remedial action.

The main weaknesses of the ministry are:-
• Inadequate material resources
• Inadequate personnel resources.

The main threats to the work of GWMAW are:-
• Unfaithful followers of the Gospel.
• Inadequate material resources.
• Inadequate personnel resources.

The main opportunities for GWMAW are;-
• The desire by the Church of Christ to complete the Great Commission.
• The paradigmatic shift that has seen the government begin to support
work done by faith based organizations

4.10 Management
GWMAW is managed by a Board of 5 Directors. The Board chair is Pastor Jackson
Ukiru.The ministry is coordinated by Albert Kenyani.

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CHAPTER 5
50 GOALS

As already stated the main purpose for the existence of the ministry is to
transform the world by sharing the good news and the healing love of the Lord
Jesus Christ. This has to be done against the challenges that have already been
pointed out in chapter 3. In this chapter we will explain how GWMAW will undertake
this evangelistic ministry.

5.1 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER ONE

GWMAW will be a Christian ministry working in Kenya and other countries to
complete the Great Commission that was commanded by the Lord Jesus Christ
by directly reaching over 50 000 people by the year 2030.

Our vision will be to positively transform the lives of these people by sharing the
Good News and eternal love of the Lord Jesus Christ. This will be accomplished by
meeting the objectives explained below.

5.1.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: GWMAW will be a praying
ministry

1 Thessalonians 5:17

Pray without ceasing.

Prayer will be the corner stone upon which this ministry will be founded. Through
prayer we will discern God’s purpose for the ministry. The activities to be
undertaken to achieve this objective are given in the Table below.

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Item Strategies Key Activities ,Tactics ,Logistics, Success
Indicators
(a) Personal prayer • Members of GWMAW will commune and
seek counsel from God through individual
and group prayer.

• Members of GWMAWwill be committed to
Bible study, worship, witnessing and
service to God

• Members of the ministry will pray
regularly for personal revival and for the
strength to perform this work.
(b) Intercessory prayer • GWMAW will participate actively in
national and international prayer circles,
associations and networks.

• GWMAW will run prayer projects
including prayer calendars, prayer for
those in Government, formation of prayer
teams, distance praying, prayer studies
and spiritual mapping.

• GWMAW will run a prayer request and
alert service

(c) Mainstreaming • Members of GWMAW will be open to the
prayer in the Holy Spirit, who makes the impossible
ministry of become possible.
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• Members of GWMAW will practise Biblical
principles

• There will be a regular prayer program for
the ministry in order to discern what
vision God has for GWMAW, and what
work He desires to implement through us.

(d) Pre-evangelism • GWMAW will pray that God may empower
prayer programs our evangelists as they go to the field and
that He may bring souls that are
receptive to the word.

(e) Healing prayer • GWMAW will pray to God to heal souls
programs spiritually, economically, socially and
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politically.
(f) Post-evangelism • GWMAW will continue to pray for those
prayer programs who accept the Lord Jesus as their savoir
so that they may be reinforced in the
faith.

(g) Evaluation • A prayer calendar is in place and is being
observed.
• GWMAW has a regular small group Bible
study, prayer and intercession program.
• Members of GWMAW regularly attend
national and international prayer and
sermon meetings
• GWMAW is a member of at least 5
international prayer circles
• GWMAW has identified and is
participating in international prayer days
• GWMAW is actively inviting others to
pray.
• Prayer worship is a central tenet in all
activities undertaken by the ministry
• GWMAW is undertaking prayer projects
such as prayer schools, spiritual mapping,
prayer publications and spiritual healing.

5.1.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will promote spiritual
renewal and revival among its membership and in its constituency

Item Strategies Key activities , Tactics ,Logistics
and Success Indicators
5.1.2.1 Bible study • Small group Bible studies.
• Scriptural teaching and public
witnessing.
5.1.2.2 Distributions of • Tract distribution ministry.
scriptural materials • Bible distribution ministry.
• Christian tape, video and film shows
in the villages and estates.

5.1.2.3 Praise worship • Home cell worship.
• Overnight prayers.
• Christian lecture and speaker
circuits.
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5.1.2.4 Music worship • Music worship.
• Music talent identification,
recognition and promotion.
• Video recording and play back.

5.1.2.5 Evaluation • An active Bible study program is in
place.
• Scriptural materials are being
distributed
• Overnight prayers are attended.
• Music and other talents are
identified, recognized and promoted.

5.1.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE: GWMAW will run a pre-
evangelism program that will prepare the ministry to effectively deliver the
Great Commission.
Item Strategies Key Activities ,Tactics, Logistics
and Success Indicators
5.1.3.1 Equip evangelists • Challenge all in the ministry to be
for the Great missionaries and evangelicalsby
Commission giving, and by sending others to
the field
• Prayer support.
• Bible study.
• Praise worship.
• Train evangelists.
• Collaborate with experienced
evangelists.
5.1.3.2 Understanding the • Spiritual mapping of the field.
constituency we will • Enlist local collaborators in
minister to. evangelism.
• Ensure adequate logistics are in
place.
5.1.3.3 Facilitate • Provide for transport and
evangelistic teams accommodation of the evangelistic
for the Great teams.
Commission. • Provide the materials required
during evangelism.
5.1.3.4 Evaluation. • An evangelistic team that is
capable to undertake the Great
Commission effectively.
• Spiritual maps of the unreached

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people, unchurched and
unconnected people in our
constituency are in place.
• Suitable collaborators have been
identified, contacted and have
agreed to work with GWMAW.
• The evangelistic team is equipped
to do the Great Commission.
• The members of the evangelistic
team are given modest allowances
for their personal and family
upkeep.

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5.1.4 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FOUR: GWMAW will be an active
partner in the Great Commission in Eastern Africa and especially in
Kenya.

Item Strategies Key Activities, Tactics, Logistics
and Success Indicators
5.1.4.1 Take the Gospel to the • Witness to the unreached and
unreached peoples unchurched people groups.

5.1.4.2 Spiritual renewal and • Create change in the world by
revival of the believers being passionate and faithful
witnesses of Jesus Christ to
believers and to the Church of
Jesus Christ.
• Prayer and intercession ministry

5.1.4.3 Collaborate with • Invite international evangelists to
suitable partners in Eastern Africa
the Great Commission • Run an evangelistic internship
program for Christian university
students from Kenya and abroad.
• Forge strategic partnerships with
other Great Commission workers.

5.1.4.4 Use innovative • Sports evangelism.
evangelism models to • Invitational crusade evangelism.
reach the youth in • Collaborative evangelism.
rural and urban areas • Internship in evangelism programs.
• Event evangelism.
• Evangelistic tourism.
• Internet evangelism
• Tract evangelism
• One-on-one evangelism
• Bible distribution evangelism
• Tape, video & film show evangelism

5.1.4.5 Use mass and multi- • E-mail communications.
media to win souls for • Website communications.
Jesus Christ • Leaflet and tract communications.
• Booklet communications.
• Outdoor advertisings.
• Newspaper communications.
• Radio communications.

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• Television communications.
• Word of mouth.
5.1.4.6 Bring difficult groups • Alco-vangelism (evangelism against
to Christ alcohol).
• Christian tobacco and drug
cessation and rehabilitation
programs.
• Redemption from negative cultural
practices such as female genital
mutilation (FMG), voodoo and
paganism.
• Evangelize Muslims and other
faiths.
5.1.4.7 Expand in geographical • Reach urban areas
coverage and scope • Reach rural areas
• Evangelize other countries
surrounding Kenya.

5.1.4.8 Promote widespread • Bible distribution ministry.
reading and enjoyment • Tract distribution ministry
of the Bible in our • Christian tape, video and film
constituency shows.
• Run a national Bible quizzing
tournament program
• Run a Bible Olympiad
championship
• Run regional Bible Bowl Leagues
• Run a Bible reading marathon
challenge
• Partner with international Bible
Quizzing Associations
• Identify and make widely known
the existence of international
Biblical and Christian prize
competitions in Kenya
• Form a committee to guide and
direct the Bible quizzing program.
5.1.4.9 Understand the field • Carry out evangelism research and
we are evangelizing spiritual mapping.
• Student internship in evangelism
programs
• Prepare and present papers at
Christian conferences locally and
overseas
• Articulate the work of the
ministry in Christian multimedia

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including radio, TV, Internet and
print media.
• Prepare position papers of
GWMAW on key current issues
such as HIV/AIDS, etc.

• Utilize the findings and
recommendations of research in
our work
5.1.4.10 Document and share • Document the evangelistic
experiences with the approaches used and the
others working on the experiences gained.
Great Commission • Disseminate our experiences

5.1.4.11 Evaluation • The unreached are being reached.
• Spiritual renewal and revival is
evident.
• GWMAW is collaborating with
other ministries
• The ministry is using innovative
approaches
• The ministry uses multi-media to
spread the Gospel
• The work of the ministry is well
defined.
• A popular Bible quiz program is in
place.

5.1.5 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FIVE: GWMAW will be involved in
post-evangelism programs that follow–up on new believers and helps them to
grow in Christ.

Item Strategies Key activities ,Tactics,
Logistics, Success indicators
5.1.5.1 Prayer support • Continued prayer support for
new converts, planted and
revived churches.
5.1.5.2 Spiritual strengthening • Evangelical resource center
• Bible teaching.
• Leadership development.
• Scriptural literature supply.
• Encouragement.
• Mentorship.
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• Baptism.
• Visitation.
5.1.5.3 Discipleship training • Skills transfer
• Training programs
• Conferences, workshops,
seminars
5.1.5.4 Planting of churches • Church planting
• Planting of the ministry
GWMAW

• Collaboration with other
church planters
• Ecumenical partnerships

5.1.5.5 Twinning of churches • Create church-church
and ministries twinning programs for
planted or revived churches.
• Create ministry – ministry
twinning programs

5.1.5.6 Attend to the material • Equip leaders through
needs of the training in project planning
constituency and management
• Mercy and care ministries
• Direct community groups to
those who could help them by
running a grant alert service

5.1.5.7 Evaluation • Prayer support is in place
• Spiritual growth is evident
• New skills are being required
• New churches are being
planted
• New ministries are being
planted
• Ecumenical partnerships are
in place.

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5.2 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will build the capacity of
itself and that of its partners.

5.2.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: GWMAW will have personnel equipped
with the necessary skills to deliver the Great Commission.

John 4:23

“But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshippers will worship the
Father in spirit and truth; for the Father seeks such to worship Him.”

Item Strategies Key activities, Tactics, Logistics
and Success indicators
5.2.1.1 Ensure that those who work • Leaders of the programs of
for GWMAW are committed GWMAW will be committed
to the free sharing of the Christians.
Gospel with the world. • GWMAW will rely mostly on unpaid
volunteer services.

5.2.1.2 Develop quality leadership • Capable and committed Board of
capacity in the ministry Directors.
• Capable Coordinator and CEO.
• Identify and develop members in
key oral and written
communication skills.
• Provide identified leaders with
opportunities to sharpen their
skills though practice and
experience.
• Mentor the leaders.
• Provide training programs.
• Develop ministry guidelines to
safeguard quality using position
papers, policies and protocols.
• Ensure the ministry has a
constitution that is adhered to.

5.2.1.3 Develop quality managerial • Capable Board of Directors.
capacity • Capable Coordinator.

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• Confidence building programs
are in place.
• Mentorship.

5.2.1.4 Continued development of • Regular refresher and short
GWMAW leadership and course training programs.
management • Regular participation at
conferences, seminars,
workshops and other
meetings of interest locally
and overseas.
• Self-development through
study, meditation and prayer.
• Internet research and
development.
• Evaluate the leadership of
GWMAW.
• Identify, develop and reward
talents.
5.2.1.5 Recruit and deploy • Identify and recruit relevant
volunteer cadre volunteers.
• Run a student internship
program.
• Ran a virtual volunteering
program.
• Provide clear written
guidelines to volunteers.
• Reward and recognize
volunteers.
• Partner with training colleges
and universities.
• Advertise volunteer positions.
• Supervise and evaluate the
volunteers.
• Recruit performing
volunteers into paid positions.

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5.2.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will be a well
organized and run ministry.

Item Strategies Key activities, Tactics, Logistics
and Success indicators
5.2.2.1 Have a well • Recruit capable directors with a wide
organized Board of mix of necessary skills.
Directors • Provide written job descriptions and
terms of reference.
• Run a Board development program.
• Provide written Board policies and
guidelines.
• Motivate and recognize Board
performance.
• Have regular Board meetings.
• Evaluate Board performance.
• Pray for the Board.

5.2.2.2 GWMAW will have • Recruit a committed coordinator.
a capable • Provide full Board support to
coordinator coordinator.
• Mentor and encourage the
coordinator
• Pray for the coordinator.
• Develop coordinator through
training.
• Motivate and reward the
coordinator.
• Evaluate the performance of the
coordinator.
5.2.2.3 Ensure the • Prepare a constitution for GWMAW
ministry is a • Register GWMAW with the
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faithful steward of • Apply for an organizational seal
the financial • Appoint a capable treasurer.
resources given to • Have Bank accounts with signatories
it. accountable to the Board.
• Provide written financial guidelines
and policies.
• Ensure Board approval for annual and
project Budgets.
• Provide reasonable staff
remuneration and benefits.
• Audit books of accounts.
5.2.2.4 Ensure the • Have a regular Board of Director’s
ministry is a calendar.
prudent and • Provide written job descriptions and
faithful steward of terms of service.
the human • Evaluate staff and volunteer
resource entrusted performance regularly.
to it. • Motivate and reward good
performance.
5.2.2.5 GWMAW will be a • Regular prayer programs for the
faithful deliverer ministry.
of the Great • Provide written guidelines and
Commission, mercy protocols.
and care • Recruit committed Christians as
ministries. members or staff.
• Evaluate the work of the ministry
regularly.
• Provide training and skill
development programs.
• Motivate, recognize and reward
achievement.
5.2.2.6 Ensure the staff • Keep a register of the facilities of
uses the facilities the ministry.
entrusted to them • Audit physical facilities of the
prudently and ministry.
faithfully. • Keep the facilities of the ministry in
good repair.

5.2.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE: GWMAW will have facilities to enable
it carry out the Great Commission.

Item Strategies Key activities, Tactics, Logistics
and Success indicators
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5.2.3.1 GWMAW will have • Start the ministry at a temporary
a home to house its rented location to house its HQ.
Headquarters(HQ) • Build a fund to purchase a permanent
home for the HQ in future.

5.2.3.2 The ministry will • Provide office furniture.
have working • Provide staff computers and
office equipment printers.
• Provide auxiliary equipment including
copier, scanner and binder.
• Pay utility bills.
5.2.3.3 The ministry will • Provide telephone and mobile
have adequate equipment.
communications • Provide Internet connectivity.
capacity. • Pay for domain name, website design
and hosting.
• Train a webmaster.
• Pay for advertisements in the multi-
media.
• Pay telecommunication bills.

5.2.3.4 The ministry will • Provide bus fare to the evangelistic
have transport team as a temporary measure.
capacity to travel • Work towards acquiring a van to
around the region transport the evangelistic team
around the region.
• Work towards acquiring a ministry
car for the coordinator and office
staff.
5.2.3.5 The ministry will • Work towards the establishment of
have an endowment a permanent endowment to support
fund to support its the work of the ministry.
maintenance

5.2.3.6 The ministry will • Provide the ministry with audio-visual
have facilities to equipment.
enable it deliver • Provide the ministry with musical
sermons, the music equipment.
ministry and
evangelism.
5.2.3.7 The ministry will • Provide Bible quizzing equipment.
have equipment to
enable it carry out
Bible quizzing and
Bible Olympiads

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5.2.4 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER FOUR: GWMAW will fundraise
for its core and project budget.

Item Strategies Key activities, Tactics,
Logistics and Success indictors
5.2.4.1 GWMAW will • Pray that God provides the
fundraise for its core required resources.
budget. • Keep a skeletal staff
establishment.
• Rely on contributory and volunteer
labor.
• Maintain low overhead costs.
• Prepare a potential donor base and
mailing system.
• Identify and collaborate with
strategic partners in the Great
Commission.
• Prepare and submit quality
proposals to potential donors.

5.2.4.2 GWMAW will • Pray that God provides the
fundraise for its required resource.
project budget • Enlist significant financial and
material sponsorship from project
beneficiaries themselves.
• Advise grant seekers about those
who provide grants (Grant alert
service).
• Assist our constituency to prepare
and submit quality proposals to
the Government and other
potential sponsors.
• Undertake joint projects with
other churches, CBOs and NGOs.

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5.2 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER THREE: GWMAW will be a humanitarian
ministry providing mercy, care and support services in its constituency.

Luke 6:36

“Therefore be merciful, just as your Father also is merciful.”

5.3.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: GWMAW will seed community
development in its constituency

Item Strategies Key activities ,Tactics
,Logistics, Success indicators
5.3.1.1 Intercessory • Intercede for God to heal
prayers individuals and communities
spiritually, physically and
materially.

5.3.1.2 Teach the Biblical • Mainstream God in
law of wealth and individual and community
prosperity development.
• Unlock possibilities
through praise worship.
• Release community
resources from the devil
through
Alco-vangelism

5.3.1.3 Liberate individuals • Mainstream gender justice
and communities • Provide a voice to the meek
from negative and voiceless.
cultural practices • Liberate communities from
paganism and Wiccan
practices.
• Liberate girls from female
genital mutilation(FGM).
• Empower communities
through the Gospel.

5.3.1.4 Identify ,recognize • Undertake sports evangelism.
and promote youth • Undertake music ministry.
talents

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5.3.1.5 Impact essential life • Problem solving skills.
skills to individuals • Strategic planning skills.
and communities • Community visioning skills.
• Conflict resolution skills.
• Risk management skills.
• Change management skills.
• Time management skills.
• Financial management skills.
• Project planning and
management skills.
• Proposal development skills.
5.3.1.6 Help create self • Preach God’s law of personal
determination ,self success
employment and • Positively transform lives
remove the using the Gospel
dependence • Challenge believers to take
syndrome
charge of their lives
• Impact essential life skills
• Run an opportunity alert
service
5.3.1.7 Equip communities • Run a revolving animal and
for development cash micro-loan scheme.
• Provide essential skills
through training.
• Assist communities in project
planning and proposal
development.
• Run a community grant alert
service.
• Run an opportunity alert
service for the communities.
• Assist communities in
planting new churches.

5.3.1.8 Partner with • Twin ministries and churches
communities in with GWMAW
development • Identify ,design and
implement joint projects

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5.3.1.9 Evaluation • GWMAW sees God at work in
its partner communities
• There is a spiritual renewal
and hungering for the Word
in the people
• The devil is being overcome
in our constituency
• Talents have been identified
and are being promoted
• Individuals have acquired
essential life skills
• Dependency syndrome is
being overcome
• A community micro-loan
scheme is in place
• A grant and opportunity alert
service is in place
• Branches of the GWMAW
have been established
• Joint projects are being
implemented with our
community partners
• Development is evident in the
communities

5.3.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will respond to disasters and
emergencies in its constituency with relief assistance.

Item Strategies Key activities, tactics, logistics
and success indicators
5.3.2.1 GWMAW will respond as Children Affected By
to the HIV/Aids Aids(CABA)
disaster. • Assist widows to care for children
by providing Anti-Retroviral
Therapies (ARTs) and nutritional
support.
• Build the competence of
communities in HIV/AIDS
prevention, care, support and
treatment through providing
training, distributing literature
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and providing basic infrastructure.
5.3.2.2 GWMAW will respond • Build the capacity of communities
to the disaster of in food security using irrigation
famine and hunger. technologies.
• Run a community tool bank
• Assist communities to process
value added agricultural products.
• Assist communities in accessing
markets for their products
• Run a community food bank.
5.3.2.3 GWMAW will fight • Explore the possibility of a
illiteracy by helping home based high school in
educate orphaned and Kenya.
poor children • Provide non-formal training
for employable skills.
5.3.2.4 Support orphaned and • Bereavement counseling and
vulnerable children prayer support
(OVC) • Home high school.
• Non-formal education
• Reach children of imprisoned
poor mothers.
5.3.2.5 Evaluation • HIV/AIDS program is in place
• Tool bank is in place
• Food bank is in place
• Non-formal school is in place
• Bereavement and orphan
support system is in place.

5.3.3 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER THREE: GWMAW will partner with
communities to alleviate extreme poverty

Item Strategies Key activities, Tactics,
Logistics and Success
indicators

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5.3.3.1 GWMAW will positively • Evangelize the unreached
transform lives and • Spiritual renewal and revival
release the potentials of
the people using the
Gospel.

5.3.3.2 GWMAW will help • Grameen village bank
establish community • Revolving animal loan scheme
revolving cash and
product micro-loan
scheme.

5.3.3.3 GWMAW will empower • Fast growing tree nurseries.
communities to protect • Water harvesting , pond and fish
the environment farming
• Renewable energy technologies
• Improve market access
• Promote peace and reconciliation
• Preach good stewardship of God-
given resources.
5.3.3.4 Use ICT to alleviate the • Provide opportunity-giving ICT
poverty of communities. skills
• Provide a community
telecenter.
• Alert communities to existing
opportunities.

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5.4 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER FOUR: GWMAW ill make effective use of ICT
to advance the Great Commission.

ICT has revolutionized the way the world runs .GWMAW will use ICT to effectively
advance the Great commission.

5.4.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: Equip GWMAW for effective
ICT utilization in the Great Commission.

Item Strategies Key activities ,Tactics,
Logistics, Success indicators
5.4.1.1 Equip GWMAW for • Provide relevant hardware
effective utilization of (computers, printers,
ICT in delivering the scanners ,telephones)
Great Commission. • Provide relevant software
programs
• Provide the ministry with
Internet presence and email
capability
• Provide the ministry with
staff who are competent in
ICT
• Provide additional training in
ICT
• Recruit virtual volunteers
• Put the ministry website in
the public domain.
5.4.1.2 Evaluate GWMAW ICT • Hardware capability
capability. • Soft ware capability
• Connectivity
• Number of willing
volunteers
• Website functionality

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5.4.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will make effective use of
ICT to grow and strengthen itself.

Item Strategies Key activities ,tactics ,logistics,
success indicators
5.4.2.1 GWMAW will use • GWMAW will use ICT to recruit
ICT to expand its new members as well as virtual
human resource. volunteers.
• GWMAW will use ICT to regularly
communicate with its membership
• GWMAW will be an active
participant in international
Christian electronic networks
including discussion groups, prayer
networks and Christian campaigns
• GWMAW will run an electronic
prayer request service.
• GWMAW will distribute its own
electronic newsletter widely
• GWMAW will run an extensive
international email listserv.
• GWMAW will have a website
• GWMAW will run an electronic
opportunity alert service.
• GWMAW will run a national
electronic prayer circle.
5.4.2.2 GWMAW will use • Membership listserv
ICT to improve its • GWMAW electronic groups
internal • Board of Directors’ listserv
communications • Website

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5.4.2.3 GWMAW will use • Electronic proposal submissions
ICT in fundraising • Preparation of potential donor
for its work database.
• Use of Internet in proposal
development
• Electronic funds transfer facilities
• Acceptance of online electronic
card donations
• Electronic submission of project
progress reports
• Use of Internet to search for best
development practice models
• Online requests for in kind
donations
5.4.2.4 GWMAW will use • Electronic listserv
ICT to evangelize • Membership in evangelistic
the world discussion groups
• GWMAW will own evangelistic
discussion groups
• Identify and join international
evangelical associations and
federations
• Identify and attend evangelical
conferences physically as well as on
line
• GWMAW will run electronic prayer
circles
5.4.2.5 GWMAW will use • Run an electronic prayer request
ICT in its prayer service
ministry • Run national as well as international
electronic prayer circles.
• Distribute scriptural materials,
tracts and graphics electronically.
5.4.2.6 GWMAW will use • Web evangelism
ICT to promote the • Electronically distribute the
reading and entire Bible including Bibles with
enjoyment of the animated graphics.
Bible all over the • Electronically distribute Biblical
world. materials including concordances
• and glossaries distribute Christian
Electronically
booklets, tracts and manuals.
• Use ICT to run a national and
international bible quiz and
Olympiad.
• Use ICT to run an alert service
for its members about Christian
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grants, scholarships, campaigns,
international calls for action,
short courses and conferences.
• Identify and make known
opportunities for Biblical training
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5.4.2.7 Evaluation • GWMAW has access to the
relevant hardware and soft
ware
• GWMAW has staff with skills
to make effective use of ICT.
• GWMAW has a functional
website and significant
Internet presence.
• GWMAW is an active
participant in international
evangelical activities
• GWMAW membership is
steadily growing as a result of
its ICT strategy.
• A bible quiz and Olympiad is in
place
• Internal communications are
timely and accurate
• Membership of GWMAW is
making use of the opportunity
alerts provided
• A potential donor base and
listserv is in place
• Financial resources are being
acquired as a result of
GWMAW ICT strategy
• A prayer request service is in
place
• Bibles and other scriptural
materials are distributed
electronically
• Sunday school teachers are
supported to use ICT
technologies.

5.5 STRATEGIC GOAL NUMBER FIVE: GWMAW will monitor, evaluate and
report its achievement to its stakeholders.

During the plan period the activities GWMAW will be regularly monitored, evaluated
and reported to the stakeholders .The general criteria for evaluating performance will
be the 7 factors named below :-
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1)The relevance of the planned or implemented activities to the objectives,
goals, mission and vision of GWMAW.
2)The sustainability of the activities after the withdrawal of the funders.
3)The efficiency of performing those activities given the available resources.
4)The effectiveness of the activities in covering the planned geographical
scope
5)The inclusiveness of the necessary stakeholders and project ingredients.
6)The passion of GWMAW in implementing the chosen activities.
7)The accountability of the implementing team in using resources to produce
the planned objectives of this plan

These 7 criteria will fit the 6WH model namely;-

○ What activities do we do? (Deciding criterion- relevance)
○ Why do we do these activities? (Deciding criterion- sustainability)
○ How do we do these activities? (Deciding criterion - efficiency)
○ Where do we do these activities? (Deciding criterion – effectiveness)
○ Who is to do these activities? (Deciding criterion- inclusiveness)
○ Which data is required to evaluate the activities? (Deciding criterion-
accountability)
○ When do we do these activities? (Deciding criterion - passion)

5.5.1 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER ONE: GWMAW will have the capacity to
undertake monitoring, evaluation and reporting of mission.

Item Strategies Key activities ,Tactics ,Logistics,
Success indicators
5.5.1.1 GWMAW will have • Recruit at least one Board member
the personnel with with a skill in monitoring and
the skill to evaluation
undertake effective • Recruit at least one project staff
monitoring and with a skill in monitoring and
evaluation evaluation
• Use external monitoring and
evaluation consultants.

5.5.1.2 GWMAW will • 5 year strategic plan
develop the • Annual plans of operation
instruments required • Financial policies
for monitoring and • Administrative policies
evaluation
• The constitution
• Project proposals
• Record keeping log books
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5.5.1.3 GWMAW will • Provide monitoring and evaluation
allocate about 5-15 budgets for all projects undertaken
% of its resources to • Provide a budget for annual
monitoring and financial auditing
evaluation • Provide a budget for the Annual
General Meeting (AGM)
• Provide a budget for quarterly
Board of Directors’ meeting

• Provide a budget for the
preparation of monitoring and
evaluation progress reports

5.5.1.3 GWMAW will have • Provide a budget for multimedia
the capacity to dissemination
report its progress • Maintain an electronic listserv and
and achievements to database of stakeholders
its stakeholders • Disseminate through the print
media by writing articles
• Own a website and have prominent
presence on the Internet
5.5.1.4 GWMAW will have • Effective Board of Directors
the capacity to use • Effective coordinator and project
the results of cadre
monitoring and • Effective administrative protocols
evaluation to apply
and policies
corrective action to
• Strict adherence to donor
ensure it achieves
requirements
its stated goals

5.5.2 FAITH OBJECTIVE NUMBER TWO: GWMAW will undertake effective
monitoring, evaluation and reporting of its mission

Item Strategies Key activities , Tactics , Logistics
and Success indicators
5.5.2.1 Monitor the start-up • Charter is in place
of GWMAW to • GWMAW evaluation criteria are
ensure key in place
instruments to • Brochure is in place
ensure success are in • Contact office is in place

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place
5.5.2.2 Monitor and evaluate • Annual financial audits
to ensure GWMAW • Evaluation by Board of
is a prudent and Directors
faithful steward of • Project progress reports
the financial
• Membership in organizations
resources given to it
that promote financial discipline
and accountability
• Clear financial guidelines and
policies
5.5.2.3 Monitor and evaluate • Clear and written terms of
to ensure GWMAW service for Board members, the
is a prudent and Coordinator , staff, volunteers
faithful steward of and consultants
human resources • Annual evaluation of Board and
given to it. personnel performance
• Appropriate deployment to
ensure maximum use of skills
and talents

5.5.2.4 Monitor to see • Realistic fundraising targets
are in place
that GWMAW is
• Capable volunteers are being
able to mobilize
recruited
the financial and • Donations in-kind are
non-financial forthcoming
resources it • Proposal submission targets are
met
needs to
• Reasonable financial donations
implement this
are being received
mission. • Projects are being carried out.
• The ministry is operational
• Goals and objectives are being
met.

5.5.2.5 Monitor and • Quarterly Board meetings
• Project progress reports
evaluate to see
• Annual reports
that the work
• Commendation and prizes
the ministry does received
is helping in • Positive mention of GWMAW in
achieving the 5 the multimedia
• Donations received
stated strategic
• Strategic plan mid-term review
goals. • End term strategic plan review
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APPENDIX A

6.0 RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY

The ministry GWMAW needs to be equipped in order to achieve its stated
goals and mandate .Therefore, a major function of the ministry will be to
mobilize the necessary resources to undertake this mission .These
resources are of two types namely financial resources and non-financial
resources. This section provides the resource mobilizations plan of the
ministry.

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6.1.1 First Financial Year (FY) Resource Mobilization Projections
(In Kenyan Shillings)

Item Source Skilled Non- In-Kind Cash
Labor Skilled Donations Donations
Labor
US £ US £ US £ US £
6.1.1.1 Board of 25,335 _________ 1,335 1,440
Directors
6.1.1.2 Members of ________ _________ 335 670
GWMAW
6.1.1.3 Volunteers 9,600 _________ ________ ______

6.1.1.4 Government of ________ _________ 670 4,670
Kenya
6.1.1.5 Individual ________ _________ 1,335 270
philanthropists
6.1.1.6 The Church of 9,600 _________ 1,335 13,335
Christ globally
6.1.1.7 Project ________ 800 800 135
beneficiaries
6.1.1.8 Project _________ _________ 670 _________
implementing
partners
6.1.1.9 GWMAW 670 _________ 135 ________
networks
6.1.1.10 Private sector ________ ________ 535 135

6.1.1.11 The academia 9,600 ________ _______ ________

6.1.1.12 Local NGOs ________ ________ ________ 1,335
and CBOs
6.1.1.13 International ________ ________ _______ 26,670
foundations
and NGOs
TOTAL 54,805 800 7,150 48,660
100%
(49%) (1%) (6%) (44%)

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6.1.2.0 Narrative for FY1 resource mobilization plan

6.1.1.1 9 Board members and advisors will donate 4 hours per week each for
52 weeks valued at US £ 15 per hour, or a total of US £
25,335.This professional labor will be used in fundraising,
management, evaluation and auditing of the ministry.
The Board members will also donate to the ministry in-kind for
space, stationeries, tea, lunches and transport estimated at US £
1,335 for the first financial year.
The Board members will donate US £ 15 per month each to be used
in fundraising or a total of US £ 1,440/=
6.1.1.2 A minimum of 50 members of GWMAW are expected in the first
year. Membership is charged at US £ 15 per year or a total
contribution of US £ 670.

Material contributions from members are expected in the form of
transport , meals, space and stationery estimated at US £ 335
6.1.1.3 2 skilled volunteers are expected to contribute to fundraising and
capacity building at US £ 400 per month or a total of US £ 9,600.

6.1.1.4 A US £ 4,670 contribution is expected from the government for
GWMAW’s work on HIV/Aids. Also expected are contributions of
books and other audio visual materials to use in HIV/Aids
programming estimated at US £ 670.
6.1.1.5 Friends of the ministry and well-wishers are expected to support
the ministry to the tune of US £ 270 in cash and US £ 1,335 in
kind.
6.1.1.6 The church of Jesus Christ is expected to contribute to the
ministry by sending 2 missionaries at US £ 9,600, making material
donations estimated at US £ 1,335 and funding the Great
Commission at an estimated cash of US £ 13,335.
6.1.1.7 Beneficiaries of GWMAW humanitarian service are expected to
donate unskilled labor. 2 volunteers are expected at the rate of US
£ 800. Project beneficiaries will also give in-kind (US £ 800) and
cash (US £ 135).

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6.1.1.8 GWMAW will also participate in local and international networks.
Support is expected from this quarter by way of labor donations
(US £ 670) and in-kind donations (US £ 135).
6.1.1.9 The private sector is expected to chip in with material donations
(US £ 535) and cash donations (US £ 135)
6.1.1.10 The academia will support the ministry by sending 2 university interns
at an estimated cost of US £ 9, 600.
6.1.1.11 Support from local NGOs for the project work started by GWMAW will
bring in an estimated US £ 1,335.
6.1.1.12 The principal funder for the activities of GWMAW will be
international foundations and NGOs who will bring in an estimated
US £ 26,670 in cash donations.
6.1.1.13 All together GWMAW will mobilize resources estimated at
US £ 111,415 to undertake its first fiscal year of operation
6.1

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2 5 Year Resource Mobilization Projections

Summary Table

Item Fiscal Skilled Labor Unskilled Material Cash Yearly Income
year Donations Labor Donations Donations
Donations
US £ US £ US £ US £ US £
6.2.1 1 54,805 800 7,150 48,660 111,415
6.2. 2 68,510 1,600 8,940 60,825 139,875
2
6.2. 3 85,640 3,200 11,175 76,030 176,045
3
6.2. 4 107,050 6,400 13,970 95,040 222,460
4
6.2. 5 133,810 12,800 17,460 118,800 282,870
5
6.2.
6 Total 449,815 24,800 58,695 399,355 932,665

6.2.2 Narrative for 5 year resource mobilization projections.

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6.2.2.1 It is projected that GWMAW will mobilize resources to the tune of US £ 111,415 in FY1. This resource will be
distributed as follows: - skilled labor donations (49%), unskilled labor donations (1%), and material donations (6%), and
cash donations (44%).

FY1 is regarded to be the base year for GWMAW.
Skilled labor donations will increase by 25% per year starting from the base year.
Unskilled labor donations are projected to increase by 100% per year starting from the base year.
In-kind donations are projected to increase by 25% per year starting from the base year.
Cash donations are projected to increase by 25% per year starting from the base year.
Altogether GWMAW is projected to have a resource base of US £ 932,665 to allocate to its operations during the 5
year plan period.

1 6.3.1 Financial Year 1 Proposed Budget.
2
Number Budget Skilled Labor Unskilled Material Cash Total
Item Donations Labor Donations Donations
Donations
US £ US £ US £ US £ US £
6.3.1.1 Fundraising 16,442 ______ ______ 4,866 21,308
budget (30%) (10%) (19%)
6.3.1.2 Administration 5480 ______ 2,145 4,866 12,491
budget (10%) (30%) (10%) (11%)
6.3.1.3 Remuneration ______ ______ ______ 9,732 9,732
budget (20%) (9%)
6.3.1.4 Travel and ______ ______ ______ 2,433 2,433
transport (5%) (2%)

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budget
6.3.1.5 Monitoring and 8221 4,866 13,087
evaluation (15%) ______ ______ (10%) (12%)
budget
6.3.1.6 Training 5480 _______ _______ 4,866 10,346
budget (10%) (10%) (9%)
6.3.1.7 Recruitment 2740 ______ _______ 2,433 5,173
budget (5%) (5%) (5%)
6.3.1.8 Capital Project 16,442 800 5,005 14,598 36,845
budget (30%) (100%) (70%) (30%) (33%)
6.3.1.9 Total 54,805 800 7,150 48,660/= 111,415
(100%) (100%) (100%) (100%) (100%)

6.3.2 Responsibility Assignment Matrix
Goal Implementation Responsibility Reporting Responsibility

Evangelism All Board Members Pastor Jackson Ukiru

Capacity Building All Board Members Fred Khaemba

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Humanitarian Services All Board Members Albert Kenyani

Information Communications All Board Members Albert Kenyani
Technology
Evaluation All Board Members Fred Khaemba

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6.3.3 First Year Strategy Roll-Out Time Table

Time Activity

Board Adoption of Strategic 10 December 2008
Plan

Official Launch Date 1 January 2009

First Quarterly Board March 2009
Evaluation Meeting

Second Quarterly Board June 2009
Evaluation Meeting

Third Board Quarterly September 2009
Evaluation Meeting

Annual Board Evaluation Meeting December 2009

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APPENDIX B

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION
MINISTRIES
ORGANIZATIONAL DOCUMENTS
1. The Constitution of GWMAW.

2. Written terms of reference for the Board of Directors.

3. Minutes of all meetings of the Board of Directors.

4. Financial policies and guidelines.

5. Yahoo electronic discussion groups.

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APPENDIX C

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES ORGANIZATION

STRATEGIC PLAN: 2009- 2014

THE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK OF THE STRATEGY

Objective Key success Means of verification Key assumptions and risks
indicators
(VISION) (MISSION) (GOALS)

A world that is filled Service to Christ that (a) Lives of 50 000 individuals have
with the love of God reduces the suffering of been transformed by the Gospel
in which sharing is the the needy so that they of Christ.
driving force for the can express their full
eradication of human potential. (b) GWMAW is a ministry that has
suffering. the capacity to deliver this
mission.

(c) GWMAW is providing humanitarian
support services in its constituency.
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(MISSION) (GOALS) (OBJECTIVES) Assumptions

Service to Jesus Christ (a) Lives of 50 000 (a1) GWMAW commits itself to God in (a) We will win souls
that reduces the individuals have been prayer to fulfill this mission by working for
suffering of the needy transformed by the the poor who are
so that they can Gospel of Christ. (a2) GWMAW promotes spiritual renewal unreached.
express their full and revival (b) Once liberated
potential. the poor will
(b) GWMAW is a (a3/a4) GWMAWis involved in strategic change
ministry that has the evangelism with defined targets to themselves and
capacity to deliver complete the Great Commission in the world.
this mission. this part of the world
Risks
(c) GWMAW is providing (a5) GWMAW strengthens new converts (c) Unfaithful
humanitarian support through follow-up followers of the
services in its Word.
constituency. (b) GWMAW has the technical
capacity to undertake this
mission

(c) GWMAW has a strong
humanitarian program
(d) GWMAW is effectively using ICT
in its ministry

(e) There is an effective M & E program
in place

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(GOALS) (OBJECTIVES) (STRATEGIES) Assumptions

(a) Lives of 50 000 (a1) GWMAW commits (a11) Personal prayer (a) The number of poor people
individuals have itself to God in prayer reached is significant
been to fulfill this mission (b) /(c) Development partners
(a12) Intercessory prayer
transformed by will support this ministry
the Gospel of (a2) GWMAW promotes Risks
Christ spiritual renewal and (a13) A praying ministry
revival (a) Unfaithful followers of the
(a14) Pre-evangelism prayer Word
(b) GWMAW is a (a3/a4) GWMAWis programs
ministry that involved in strategic (b) Inadequate resources
has the evangelism with (a15) Healing prayer program
capacity to defined targets to
deliver the complete the Great
(a16) Post-evangelism prayer
Great Commission in this
program
Commission part of the world

(c) GWMAW is (a5) GWMAW
providing strengthens new
humanitarian converts through
support follow-up
services in its
constituency (b) GWMAW has the
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technical capacity to
undertake this mission

(d) GWMAW has a
strong
humanitarian
program
(e) GWMAW is
effectively using
ICT in its ministry
(f) There is an
effective M & E
program in place

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(a1) GWMAW commits • GWMAW • Volunteerism Assumptions
itself to God in has a • Resource budgets
prayer to fulfill regular (a1) Development partners will
this mission prayer support this ministry
(a2) GWMAW program Risk
promotes spiritual
renewal and revival • GWMAW Insufficient resources and funds
(a3/a4) GWMAW is promotes
involved in bible study
strategic ,praise
evangelism with worship ,
defined targets to prayer and
complete the evangelizin
Great Commission g
in this part of the
world
(a5) GWMAW • GWMAW
strengthens new is
converts through evangelizin
follow-up g the
(b) GWMAW has the unreached
technical capacity and
to undertake this causing
mission revival in
the local
(c)GWMAW is believers
implementing a • GWMAW
strong is planting
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APPENDIX D

God Will Make A Way Humanitarian Ministries

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CONTACT ADDRESS LIST

1. The Correspondent
Albert Kenyani
Program Director
God Will Make A Way Ministries
P.O.Box 26581-00504
Nairobi
Kenya
Email: albertkenyani@yahoo.com
Mobile: 254-0734-630085

2. Pastor Jackson Ukiru
The Ministry Coordinator
E-mail: ukirujack@yahoo.com
Mobile: 254-0720-454191

3. Perpetual Ukiru
Board Member
Email: wairimuukiru@yahoo.com
Mobile: 254-0721-586309

4. Fred Khaemba
Program Advisor
Email: fnabangi@yahoo.com
Mobile: 254-0722-393603

5. Dinah Nkoroi
Chair
Development Committee
Email: dnkoroi@yahoo.com
Mobile: 254-0722-450041

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LIST OF PHOTOGRAPHS

Pastor Jackson Ukiru Albert Kenyani
COORDINATOR PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Fred Khaemba,Ministry Advisor

Dinah Nkoroi Perpetual Ukiru
Board Member Board Member
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APPENDIX E

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN
MINISTRIES
The Unreached Peoples of Kenya by year 2008
People Group Percentage Reached
(%)
Ajuran 1
Oromo 1
Burji 10
Digo 1
El Molo 3
Maasai 19
Dorobo 1
Mukogodo 6
Ndigiri 7
Kenyan Nubi 1
Ogiek 1
Orma 0.1
Pokomo 18
Rendile 0.1
Saboat 10
Samburu 1
Segeju 1
Somalia 1
Swahili 1
Tamii 19
Taveta 19
Teso 19
Turkana 15
Bajun 1
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Garreh 1
Gosha 1
Shirazi 1

APPENDIX F

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES

STRATEGIC PLAN: 2005-2010

GLOSSARY OF TERMS USED

Adoption of Unreached Peoples
Making a commitment to evangelize an unreached people until there is a local reproducing
Church established among them.

6WH
Acronym standing for the 7 exhaustive questions of life – Why, What, Who, When, Where,
Which and How.
Assumptions
Our opinions on how the project internal or external environment behaves, and how that will
bear on the achievement of the project objectives.
Audit
Assessment of the utilization of resources and the impacts created.
Church Planting
The training of believers who will establish a body of believers in Christ .
Church planting is not the physical construction of a Church building.
Critical (key) success indicator
An indicator that is crucial in determining the achievement of a defined objective
Culture
The sum total of the values that define the behavior of an organization or community
Development
Improvement in the spiritual, economic, social and political status of a community or individual
as a result of a given activity or project.

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Ecumenical
Concerning the whole Christian church (Universal Church) of both Catholics and Protestants,
Orthodox and Pentecostals, Charismatics and non-Charismatics.
Evaluation
The process of gathering information and analyzing it to determine the achievement of the
objectives set for a project, program or organization

Evangelism
Spreading the Gospel in order to cause revival or salvation
Grameen model
A revolving loan scheme based on groups of 5 persons who guarantee one another, and which
was began by Yunus Grameen of Bangladesh
Harvest
All those who are not yet Christians.
Logical Framework Approach
A reasonable explanation of how the suggested activities will enable the defined objectives
to be achieved.
Ministry
One of the five fold ministries of the church
Mission
Outreach for the purpose of extending mercy and care to people.
Model
An explanation of the methodology used to translate given inputs into outputs in a given
environment, and which can be evaluated.
Objectives
The purpose of carrying out an activity in organizational or project management. Objectives
are grouped into a hierarchy. Low level objectives are associated with activities, tactics and
logistics .At a higher level we find deliverables or impacts. At the next level in the hierarchy
is the mission or organizational purpose .At the highest level we find the vision, which is the
highest objective in a defined universe.

Opportunity
Existence of a chance for GWMAW to move closer to its vision

Outcome
Non physical impact of a project.

Output
Tangible and physical impact of a project

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Praying through the 10/40 Window
Praying for the unreached people who live in the 10/40 Window

10/40 Window
The area between the latitude 10 degrees north and 40 degree north stretching from north
Africa through Middle East to Japan in which the bulk of the unreached live.

Pareto Rule (20/80 rule)
A rule that states that 20% is the critical mass necessary to change the remaining 80% of
any given system .GWMAW treats all those communities in which less than 20% do not
profess to be Christians to be unreached, unchurched and unsaved.

Partnership
Mutually beneficial collaboration or cooperation with other organizations

Policy
Broad statement that directs the general behavior of GWMAW decided by the Board of
Directors and broken down in written guidelines for the purpose of implementation.

Post evangelism
All those activities necessary to follow up on the people who have been evangelized in a given
area.

Pre-evangelism
All the preparatory activities necessary before you can begin evangelism in a given area.

Program
A multi-year complex of different projects being carried out to achieve a defined
organizational goal.

Project
A set of activities to be implemented in a set time and resource budget in order to achieve
the defined objectives.

Relief
Aid to communities or families facing an emergency such as famine or starvation.

Revival
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A faithful connection of a person or church with God

Salvation
Acceptance of Jesus Christ as the LORD over your life.

SMARTER (objective)
An objective that is Single, Monitorable, Attainable, Reasonable, Timed, Enjoyable and
Reportable.

Sport evangelism
The use of sports as a medium to spread the Gospel.

Stakeholder
Those people or organizations who share in a project, and who are necessary in order to
achieve success.

Strategy
Carefully selected direction of movement over space and time in order to achieve defined
objectives

Strategic evangelism
An evangelistic outreach with clear goals as to the number to be reached, the area to be
evangelized, the follow up and the resources needed.

Sustainability
The ability of GWMAW to continue with the project after funding from a funder ends.

The Great Commission
The persuasion of all people on earth to proclaim the glory of the LORDSHIP of JESUS
CHRIST over their lives as commanded in Matthew 28:19

Threat
Things that could happen and reduce the capacity of human and non-human resource of
GWMAW.

Value (philosophy/principle/ethos)
A fundamental belief that brings together all the stakeholders to rally behind a given vision.
The single thread that unites all objectives of an organization to the vision.

Vision

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The highest level objective in a defined universe .There can only be one overall vision in a
defined universe, though it can have complementary visions.

Work breakdown structure
A desegregation of a project into various activities, each activity resulting in defined
objectives or sub-objectives.

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APPENDIX F

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATION
MINISTRIES

BANKING DETAILS

(a) ACCOUNT NAME: GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRY
ORGANIZATION

(b) ACCOUNT NUMBER:02-61952

(c) NAME OF BANK: EQUITY BANK

(d) BRANCH : FOURWAYS TOWERS , NAIROBI

(e)ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER

• ACCOUNT NAME : EQUITY BUILDING SOCIETY

• C/o KENYA COMMERCIAL BANK

• ACCOUNT NUMBER :

701000167(If in Sterling Pounds)
502000918(If in American Dollars)

• SORT CODE: KCBL KENYA

• PHONE NUMBER: (254)-020-330433/4
(254)-020-252590/83

• POSTAL BOX : 75104,NAIROBI, KENYA

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• POSTAL CODE:00200

• Email: ebs@nbnet.co.ke

(f) Donations of any amount can be sent securely to our
business email account at Paypal by posting to the following:

Email: godwillmakeaway2000@yahoo.com

APPENDIX G

GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN MINISTRIES

CONTACT ADDRESS

(a) POSTAL ADDRESS : GOD WILL MAKE A WAY
HUMANITARIAN
MINISTRIES
P.O BOX 26581,
NAIROBI
KENYA-00504

(b) EMAIL :godwillmakeaway2000@yahoo.com

(c) Mobile Address and Contact Persons

1) (254)-0720-454191 PASTOR JACKSON UKIRU
COORDINATOR

2) (254)-0734-630085-ALBERT KENYANI
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Program Director.

(d) SHIPPINGADDRESS: MOI AVENUE
GILL HOUSE
2ND FLOOR, ROOM 26
NAIROBI.
(e)Time zone: GMT +3

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