More Good News for Tanga

EI Tanzania's partnership with TAG in Tanga is moving forward.

It has been 6 months since we introduced Edward and Joshua, new EI Tanzania missionaries tasked with developing a new partnership with the Tanzania Assemblies of God church in Tanga, Northeast Tanzania.                                

In Tanga, Tanzania, there are 149 TAG (Tanzania Assemblies of God) churches.

You have met EI Tanzania’s newest missionaries,  Edward Yeremia  and Joshua Mwenda, who began the partnership between Emmanuel International Tanzania and the TAG church in Tanga Region.  Since they started their work in June 2021, Edward and Joshua have visited the 149 TAG churches, introducing the partnership and building relationships around the region.


As of the start of 2022, Edward and Joshua, in collaboration with their TAG partner, have identified interventions that will address needs in the area.  They are in the process of writing proposals for these interventions.  We look forward to seeing what God has in store for this region of Tanzania through this partnership.

Edward Yeremia Lukuwi

Position: Manager at Emmanuel International TAG Western Tanga

Graduated: Iringa University College Bachelor of Arts in Community Development

Birth place: Tanga Tanzania

My prayer:  To help the community of Western Tanga to change their mind and improving their life standard, socially and economically.

Joshua Christopher Mwenda

Position: Project Field Officer at Emmanuel International Western Tanga

Graduated: Diploma in Animal Health and Production

Birth Place: Korogwe-Tanga

My Prayer: Families in economic and spiritual matters.


 Both Edward and Joshua are from the Tanga Region and are thankful for the opportunity to give back to their community in this new partnership.

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