Regional Coordinating

AFMC is a religious body for uniting all Muslim councils in Africa.  With an initial membership of 28 Muslim councils, AFMC started  with the drive and thrive of bringing  together African Muslim organizations and institutions for their own development, that of their continent and humankind at large. This was in response to the realization that Muslims need to organize themselves better to respond to the ever-growing need of their contribution to address challenges of the changing world, and calls for  faith-based organizations to collaborate with regional and international bodies in addressing such issues at both continental and international level.


The Association of Evangelicals in Africa (AEA) is a Christian umbrella organization representing National Evangelical Fellowships in all of Africa. AEA currently comprises 40 National Evangelical Fellowships as full members and continues to work in the remaining countries to bring churches together for a fully-fledged National Fellowship.


The Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA) is a regional Faith Based Organization that was established in 1979 in Chilema, Malawi, by the Anglican Primates of Africa. CAPA’s goal is to coordinate and articulate issues affecting the Church and communities across the African region.


Organization of African Instituted Churches (OAIC) is the representative body that brings together African Independent and Instituted Churches (AICs), offers them a forum for sharing their concerns and hopes, and enables churches to minister effectively to the needs of their members and their communities.


The mission statement of the Sikh Council of Africa is to “Provide a common platform to unite the Sikh Community in its pursuit of educational, economic and social well-being, practice and propagate the Sikh Dharam, promote intra-faith cohesion and inter-faith cooperation, harness spiritual and secular values for the common good, seek world peace and harmony, to protect its heritage and the right of religious freedom.

Sikh Council of Africa

The Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar or SECAM is an agency of the Catholic Church that includes the bishops of Africa and Madagascar. It was born out of the will of young African Bishops during the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965). They wanted to speak with one voice. The establishment of SECAM is therefore the result of the bishops resolution to build a continental structure in order to bring forth the African vision to the whole Church.


The All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC) is a continental ecumenical body that accounts for over 200 million Christians across the African continent. AACC is the largest association of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, and Indigenous churches in Africa, and a member of the worldwide ecumenical network.


Unity in