From the 2011 DNA Global Forum in Pretoria, South Africa
You are invited to attend the Samaritan Strategy Africa / Disciple Nations Alliance
Regional Forum for Africa
6-10 November 2017 in Nairobi, Kenya
Join Samaritan Strategy Africa (SSA–the name of the DNA Africa network) and Disciple Nations Alliance (DNA) associates from across Africa–to celebrate the good work God is doing, to share best practices, and to strategize together for the future of the SSA/DNA network in this continent.
Hosted by: Chris Ampadu (Ghana, Harvest); Dennis Tongoi (Kenya, CMS Africa); Demelash Lemma (Ethiopia, Harvest); Stephen Langa (Uganda, Family Life Network); Anna Ho (Reconciled World); Buingo Mateene (DRC, Harvest); Judith Murungi (Uganda, Reconciled World); Bob Moffitt (Harvest); Darrow Miller, Scott Allen, Dwight Vogt (Disciple Nations Alliance Global Secretariat)
Registration is now closed.
About the Africa Forum
What is the purpose?
In the words of Stephen Langa, a DNA partner in Uganda, “God is doing different things in different places in Africa, and there has been no forum where the wonderful things that the Lord is doing in Africa can be shared and where ‘cross pollination’ can take place.”
The purpose will be to share insights gained over the years in spreading core SSA/DNA teachings and in applying these to specific sectors, and, in general, to share stories, challenges, and lessons learned. The goal is to equip one another to better share SSA/DNA teachings with many others. As soon as the program is drafted, we will post it here.
Who is invited?
This gathering, by invitation only, is for current SSA/DNA trainers, practitioners and affiliates across the African continent–people who have been impacted by SSA/DNA materials and can share about how they’ve applied it. This is not a time for teaching, necessarily, but a time for “cross pollination” among those actively using SSA/DNA materials in their work. We welcome organizations that have adapted and contextualized SSA/DNA training materials or resources for their own use.
Where and when will it happen?
We will convene in Nairobi, Kenya at the Jumuia Conference and Country Home, Limuru. The program will begin on the evening of Mon., 6 Nov. and will conclude on the evening of Thu., 9 Nov. Delegates should arrive on Mon., 6 Nov and depart on Fri., 10 Nov.
|Single room||$308 USD|
|Double room (one roommate)||$248 USD|
|Triple room (two roommates)||$224 USD|
|Day use (Mon. evening – Thu. evening; must provide own transportation each day)||$149 USD|
These fees include:
- All meals from supper on Monday to breakfast on Friday
- Lodging (including all linens) for Mon., Tue., Wed. and Thu. nights
- All program materials
- You may request round-trip transportation between NBO airport and Jumuia Conference Center for $30 USD (see registration form)
- If you arrive before Mon., 6 Nov or depart after Fri., 10 Nov., you will need to arrange your own accommodations for the extra night(s) and your own transportation.
Transportation and Visas
All delegates should fly in to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transportation between NBO and Jumuia Conference Center will be provided free of charge if you arrive and depart within the time frames detailed here.
The Forum will begin with supper at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, 6 Nov., followed by the program at 7:00 p.m. If you arrive at NBO on Monday, Jane Waithaka will arrange your free transport to Jumuia (but you must contact Jane to request your shuttle by 30 Oct.–see instructions below).
The Forum program will end at 9:00 p.m. on the evening of Thursday, 9 Nov., but please plan to stay until Friday as breakfast that day will be served. Shuttles from the conference center to NBO will be arranged on Friday for delegates who request such ahead of time (see below for instructions).
Reserve your shuttles by emailing your flight itinerary to Jane Waithaka (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Mon., 30 October.
If you choose to arrive early or depart late, you will need to make your own travel, food and lodging arrangements. Exceptions will be made only for delayed flights.
Should you require a visa to enter Kenya, please follow these steps:
- Submit your Registration Form below. We will send you an email to confirm your registration.
- When you receive the registration-confirmation email, submit your payment of the registration fee* (payment instructions will be included in the email). We will send you an email to confirm your payment.
- When you receive the payment-confirmation email, respond with your passport information (instructions will be included in the email) and we will send you a visa letter within 5 business days.
*If you pay your fee and then your visa is denied, send us documentation of the visa denial, and we will refund your full fee. You must send us this documentation by Fri., 27 Oct. in order to get a full refund.