Afri-Mission and Evangelism Network is a non-profit faith based organization founded by Oscar Amaechina and registered in Nigeria. The existence of AMEN dates back to 2006 as mission department of Christ Reconciliation and Deliverance Ministry - a church founded by Evangelist Oscar. In obedience to the heavenly vision he resigned from the church to concentrate on the mandate to preach Christ where no one has preached Him. In the course of reaching the unreached, he encountered a very horrible and pathetic situations due to social and economic degradation of the target groups, the unreached are not only gospel- starved, they are also abandoned, marginalized underprivileged, discriminated against and underserved. Women are naked, and children malnourished.
These situations galvanized AMEN management team to come up with the following strategic interventions (1) Gospel Intervention/ Church Planting (2) Feed the Hungry Program (3) Clothe the Naked Program (4) Clean Water Program (5) Education Program (6) Orphan and Vulnerable Children Program (7) Medical Mission (8) Skill Acquisition program. AMEN team is reaching the unreached with the Gospel in one hand and humanitarian aid in the other, mission trips are embarked on four times in a year to minister to the target groups materially and monitor and evaluate field works.
Reaching the unreached in diaspora Project of AMEN is aimed at mobilizing Christians in the Southern part of Nigeria to reach the unreached in their neighborhoods, identify them and conquer them through friendship Evangelism. The converts of this project are discipled, equipped and sent to reach their own people in their home communities with the gospel and love of Christ.
Research and strategy development unit of AMEN recently carried a survey and discovered that the apathy of Nigerian Christians to the mandate of the Great Commission is due to ignorance. The Great Commission is seldom mentioned in a few churches and not mentioned at all in many. AMEN is holding seminars, conferences and workshops to bring to the cognizance of Nigerian Christians the dangers of leaving the unreached (62,949,000 people - Joshua Project population projection) unevangelized.
AMEN in obedience to God's instruction is doing all within its capacity to reach the unreached in diaspora and home communities. According to AMEN Mission President, "we are working towards Vision 2026, to reach before the end of 2026 one hundred communities where neither no one has preached nor heard about Jesus. This will be accomplished through Afri-Mission Institute for Missionary Studies. AMEN humanitarian projects at present include but not limited to (a) completion of the construction of school project in Kambari community (not a single person has gone to school in 12 communities of intervention) (b) Water boreholes in three Dukawa communities (c) construction and equipping of skill Acquisition center for widows and single mothers in Obimo community (d) Clothing of 1,000 naked women and girls in Kambari and Dukawa communities (e) Rehabilitation of 500 OVC.