Conference of African Theological Institutions (CATI)

Conférence des institutions théologiques africaines

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Founded Mar 1980, Mbabane (Swaziland), following consultations, Dec 1976, on the dissolution of the Theological Education Fund of the World Council of Churches and following the setting up, 1977, of the Programme on Theological Education. Referred to also in French as Conférence africaine des théologiens du Tiers-Monde.


Provide the leadership needed to foster the mission of the Church and to be of service to the theological associations, institutions and Churches in Africa; encourage study and practice of relevant spirituality as an integral part of theological education in Africa, stimulating change and growth; encourage theological institutions in Africa to become a part of this fellowship through the member associations; coordinate on-going research programmes of theological institutions in Africa; exchange and encourage the flow of information between institutions, associations and churches; encourage and facilitate exchange of staff and students; foster ecumenical perspectives and commitments through theological education; establish meaningful relationships between theological institutions and related agencies, within and outside Africa.

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Knowledge management/information dissemination; training/education.


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Relations with 4 non-governmental organizations.
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Members in 28 countries
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