The UEM stands for 39 members from Africa, Asia and Germany, for five focal points of work and for a great deal of ecumenical experience.
The UEM member church CBCA (Baptist Church) is urgently asking for help. A report from Goma by Polisi Kivava.
Leaders from UEM churches in Africa, Asia and Germany visited the Rhenish Church SA und United Reformed Church in SA to see the reconciliation work of the churches.
The spread of HIV infection and AIDS has been one of the focus areas of intervention of UEM. Together with it member churches UEM addressed challenges posed by the spread of HIV/AIDS.
UEM African member churches are the main owners of social services in the remote areas of their respective countries.