Hannah Nginya founded Badili Girls' Centre, an NGO dealing with vulnerable and impoverished women in Africa. She is CMS-Africa's Mission Representative working with women's groups based in Kenya. The members make and sell handbags and products from beads, raising much-needed income to support their families.
Stephen Mosheni is a CMS-Africa Representative and also a Samaritan Strategy Africa trainer. He travels frequently across Africa to conduct Vision Conferences. He is also an associate staff with Harvest Ministries – a partner of CMS-Africa.
Rachel Karanja is a CMS Africa Representative and a champion in the area of Wholistic Community Development. She has for the last two years overseen the success of the Machakos biogas initiative in which over 22 households benefitted. She is currently heading Greenspan Bio-Technologies Ltd, a company formed by CMS-Africa to oversee the sustainability of renewable energy technologies as a way of reaching out to God's people. She is currently championing a possibility of pioneering similar ventures in Uganda, Liberia and Nigeria.
Wairimu Kamau is a CMS-Africa Representative and also a CMS Timothy partner. She works among the unreached communities in Kenya and also among women refugees. They make clothing for sale and for the women to earn a decent living in Kenya. Other than sewing, she teaches the women bible study, health and sanitation and other literacy skills.
Rev. Tickson Betes Madakara is CMS-Africa's Study Partner hailing from Ibba in South Sudan. He is currently undergoing pastoral and theological training at St. Nicholas Seminary in Cape Coast Ghana.