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About Us

About Us

Interdev-India is a registered body with a Board of Trustees who oversee the work of the organisation. Interdev has been assisting in partnership development in India since 1998 and has seen the development of effective partnerships that are making a significant contribution to ministry in the country and in South Asia.

The objectives:

To assist the Church and its various specialised agencies to work together in partnership, encouraging effectiveness in planning and use of communications.

To apply the partnership principles in the area of agriculture, health, community development, relief, education, communication and spiritual ministry.

Act as catalyst in promoting partnerships, training and coordination.

Interdev-India is a ministry that has been working in partnership development since the late-1990s. It serves the church by bringing together mission groups, churches and national leaders, and helping them work together, so they can be more effective. By working together it is possible to develop new areas of ministry, which would not otherwise be possible, and duplication is avoided as each church and ministry contributes its particular strengths and resources.

Interdev also provides training courses in partnership development and effectiveness.

Vision statement:

By promoting working together, the needs of people could be met and experiencing and demonstrating the true power and freedom of Christ’s transforming grace in our daily lives and relationships.”

Mission or Purpose Statement:

Our mission is to serve the Church in accelerating fulfillment of the Great Commission through the development, formation and long-term effective operation of partnerships.

This is done by

• Encouraging the vision for partnership
• Encouraging the development of Partnerships – between different groups
• Providing consultancy, coaching and support for Partnership Facilitators
• Providing training in Partnership development and skills

Benefits of Working Together

• To avoid duplication of effort
• To share resources
• To achieve more together than by themselves
• To show proof of the Gospel we preach.