AIM Location: Chad

Chad became independent from France in 1960. Since then, its politics have been characterised by violence, coups and insurgencies. It is a secular state with freedom of religion. Muslims are dominant in government, trade and the army, although they are only just the majority religion (approx 53%).

AIM began work in Chad in 1987, following 25 years of turmoil since its independence and at a time when war, once again, was escalating. The work began alongside other mission agencies who’d formed a cooperative fellowship linked with the Eglise Evangelique au Tchad (EET). Four and a half years on AIM reported 181 peoples in Chad, speaking 135 languages. Of these peoples 115 lacked a church.

Today there are still 73 unreached people groups in Chad. That’s around 6,898,000 people who currently have no opportunity to hear the gospel. AIM offer many opportunities to serve in Chad, across a wide spectrum of ministries. Whether you are called to work amongst unreached people groups, or support mission through caring for mission partner’s children, could you be part of our work as we long to see Christ-centred churches across Chad?


Jus de Fruit

In Chad, you will find many vendors selling Jus de Fruit on street corners. It’s a milkshake drink, flavoured with different fruits (what fruits are used can vary depending on what is in season at the time) and a hint of cardamom and nutmeg. Why not make one and try it for yourself?


Mission intern in Chad

Live and serve among an unreached people group in Chad, modelling gospel proclamation and incarnational living in order to encourage local believers to share the gospel with their neighbours.


There are so many ways you can be a part of reaching Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ.