• APT works with churches in Burkina Faso to bring God's blessing to their communities.

  • Northern Burkina Faso is a colourful mix of different peoples and cultures.

  • Many villages are challenged by poverty and remain untouched by the gospel.

  • We work with different people groups including Fulani, traditonally nomadic herders.

  • Collecting water can be a time consuming task in the hot, dry climate.

  • Beggar boys wander the streets during the day to earn money for their teacher

APT at a Glance

APT works through local churches in Burkina Faso with three main goals:

  1.  To bring the gospel to unreached peoples
  2. To bring God’s love in practical ways in the name of Jesus to the communities where
    we work: for example, clean water, education, dental care, poverty relief, and help
    for prisoners and street boys
  3. To train and mobilise churches in Burkina for mission to the last, the least and the

APT is a registered charity: No 1126683 (England & Wales); No SC050550 (Scotland)


You can donate to APT’s work in Burkina Faso here: