Since its inception in 1993, EMIT has trained more than 125,000 leaders who made significant impact in their communities.
Presently EMIT has 35 leadership development projects in 17 African nations:
South Africa; Namibia; Zimbabwe; Zambia; Malawi; Mozambique; Madagascar; Angola; Tanzania; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Uganda; Kenya; Republic of Congo; Rwanda, Burundi; Liberia and South Sudan
Training Leaders. Transforming Nations.
EMIT has been committed to train leaders since 1993, when it was founded by Dr. Chris de Wet and Dr. Karel Sanders, two men with a heart – and passion – for Africa.
EMIT believes every nation already has leaders. Thus, our primary vision is to develop and train existing leaders into transformational leaders with our wholistic model.
EMIT is committed to wholistic Leadership Development. On individual level, EMIT develops spiritual, leadership and professional skills. On societal level, EMIT targets all significant pillars of the community.
Impact through multiplication is built into EMIT’s genetic code. Every leader we train is obligated to mentor at least ten other leaders utilizing the transformational tools they receive from EMIT.
Developing a healthy worldview based on Judeo/Christian values is crucial for leaders to be agents of change that transform nations.