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About African American Baptist Mission Collaboration

African American Baptist Mission Collaboration African American Baptist Mission Collaboration Our Mission: The African American Baptist Mission Collaboration seeks to help rebuild, revitalize and advocate for Haiti in wake of the January 2010 earthquake. The AABMC was formed in February 2010 and is a partnership of five Baptist communities representing more than 40,000 churches and more than 10 million Christians nationwide, most of whom are of African American heritage. AABMC Mission The African American Baptist Mission Collaboration seeks to help rebuild, revitalize and advocate for Haiti in wake of the January 2010 earthquake. Read more about AABMC Mission What We Are Responding To Formed in response to the suffering of our sisters and brothers in the Republic of Haiti following the 12 January 2010 earthquake, AABMC will link resources to achieve the following: To create synergies by collaborating with financial support and technical assistance in responses of relief , recovery and reconstruction of: 5 hospitals/clinics, 50 schools, 500 churches, and 5000 homes To engage in ongoing programs of service delivery and sustainable development Read more about What We Are Responding To Members/Conventions The African American Baptist Missions Collaboration (AABMC) is a partnership of Lott Carey Baptist Foreign Mission Convention; National Baptist Convention, USA; National Baptist Convention of America; National Missionary Baptist Convention of America; and Progressive National Baptist Convention.
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