Through the Samburu Awareness and Action Programme (SAAP), the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) is involved in rural evangelism and Christian development among the Samburu and Turkana peoples living in Northern Kenya.
Supported by PCI's Global Mission, Stephen and Angelina Cowan, who live in Tuum in Samburu North District in Northern Kenya, have been involved with this work since its inception 20 years ago.
SAAP is co-ordinated in co-operation with the nearest PCEA Presbytery, which is about 10 hours drive south of Tuum.
SAAP is a church-based community programme with a 'tent-making' approach to ministry, in which many of the workers and participants are new believers in Jesus Christ.
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