Association for Theological Education in Myanmar (ATEM)

Association for Theological Education in Myanmar (ATEM) is an ecumenical network and was started by the Myanmar Council of Churches (MCC) on 12 May 1986. It began with 12 member churches and eight theological institutions stating a clear vision based on Eph. 4: 11-13, “Equipping the Saints for Divine Mission”. The membership numbers have increased year after year. Currently there are 34 member schools working in the network. Out of 34 schools, 22 are Yangon-based whereas 12 are regional-based schools. ATEM works on faculty development for member schools, organizing training/workshops/seminars, providing resource materials for member schools, and development of libraries.

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