Issue-focused church mobilisation


A church or group of churches is envisioned and mobilised to address a specific, predetermined issue (eg HIV) in the community.

Good for: 

Mobilising churches to respond to a specific issue that is prevalent in most communities.

Case study:

ZOE, Zimbabwe  – an organisation that has mobilised more than 600 churches and several thousand volunteers to care for orphan-headed households (PDF 78 KB)

Click on these links for information about issue-focused church mobilisation: 

A simple step-by-step guide to this model (PDF 44 KB)

An evaluation report comparing this model with other models of church mobilisation
(PDF 444 KB)