A variety of partnerships have formed in association with AIMM to focus on particular issues, institutions or geographic locations in the Congo. These serve to connect the passions and skills of individuals or groups with needs. Among these partnerships:
The Congo Water Project was launched by Fred Suter with the goal of assisting Congolese women in their access to clean water. The Congo Water project is training local residents to use a hand auger kit for drilling wells and providing potable water in villages.
John Martens makes an annual trip under the AIMM banner to work at Mennonite Church of Congo hospitals. John works in close collaboration with Dr. Gaspard Mahuma to perform surgeries, encourage hospital staff, and to attend to administrative challenges facing Mennonite hospitals.
Hope for Congo was initiated by Stan and Brad Graber to provide tools and resources to Congolese believers so they can better serve their communities. Hope for Congo projects have included such things as Bibles, medical equipment, generators, technical trade school equipment and scholarships.
Congo Transport to Market Bicycle Project was initiated by Chuck Regier to provide durable transport bicycles specifically designed for the rutted and sandy rural Congo roads. Made from bamboo and other locally grown materials, the Bicycle Project supports local craftsmen while providing a much needed method of transportation merchants and transporters.
The Congo Leadership Coaching Network is being initiated by Charles Buller along with a team of Congolese pastors to provide individual coaching and leadership development for Mennonite church leaders.
Women-to-Women nurtures the connections between Mennonite women from Congo and North America through personal visits, facilitating dialogue among women theologians, and participating in the ordination of Congolese women.
Dayspring Ministries was started by Ron Goertzen to works together with the local Congolese churches in various projects to strengthen the life and ministry of the church. These projects include student support, literacy classes, sewing machines, church construction, building repairs and medical supplies.
The Lycee Miodi Sewing project has provided many sewing machines for seamstresses graduating from this technical high school in Nyanga Congo.
Short-term volunteer coordination to help in the construction of new church and school facilities.