Togo Aviation Ministry

Total need
Amount funded
$135,285.00 Funded

As part of the 10/40 Window, Togo is a country characterized by great poverty, poor quality-of-life, and little-to-no access to Christian resources or quality medical care. For every 100,000 people in Togo, there are only four doctors, compared with 256 doctors in the United States. As a result, most people rely on witch doctors or tribal doctors to attend their medical needs — often causing more harm than good. Spiritually, the situation is even more dire, with nearly 80 percent of those living in Northern Togo practicing Islam, animism, or some combination of the two.


Through the dedicated use of a light-weight Cessna aircraft, ABWE's Togo Aviation Ministry desires to use compassionate medical care as a platform for evangelism in Togo and the neighboring West African nations of Ghana, Benin and Burkina Faso.

In order to get this project off the ground, however, the Togo Aviation Team needs to raise $10,000 to complete aircraft repairs and start flying in 2016.

Give now to help reach West Africa with the gospel.

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