Côte d'Ivoire


Faculté de Théologie Evangélique de l'Alliance Chrétienne (FATEAC) is a private, international higher-education institution. The vision started in 1989 at a symposium in Yamoussoukro (Côte d'Ivoire) on theological education within the churches of the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA) of Francophone Africa. During the symposium, the churches and missions of the C&MA of Burkina Faso, Côte d'Ivoire, Gabon, Guinea and Mali decided to establish a theological faculty in the West African sub region. FATEAC is a partnership between the founding churches, intending to serve the churches and evangelical missions of Francophone Africa.
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Project Scope
FATEAC desires to expand on their seminary model to include facilities for a university model that will further their vision to “Contribute to the development of an authentic Christianity in contemporary Africa by providing solid biblical and theological university training for Christian ministries.” The campus expansion will produce graduates who return to their communities as pastoral ministers or as Christian professionals reaching the poor around them. One of the degrees offered at FATEAC is a masters in Community Health which trains to students to evaluate and meet the needs of the poor in communities in West Africa. Also, the needs of the poor will be touched through the establishment of a clinic on the FATEAC campus which will provide affordable competent health services for the FATEAC neighborhood.

There is a current master plan for the development of the campus. A review of the master plan with the original author will provide a depth of knowledge as the master plan is reviewed. The EMI team will help to review the master plan and provide renderings of the new buildings on campus, to perform an electrical assessment of current and future power needs, and to provide septic system design as well to help plan for the future sewer system.

Come join this EMI team as we partner with FATEAC to spur the vision of creating Christian disciples to minster to their communities. Visit the FATEAC website for more information.

Volunteer Resources

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Team Needs

Architect / Planner – to verify existing site plan and provide additional planning for multiple buildings.

Architects – to prepare conceptual designs of classroom and multipurpose school buildings.

Civil Engineers – for the current septic and future waste water system design.

Electrical Engineer – to assess current site power and design for future power needs.

Structural Engineer – with experience designing scholastic structures.


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