The Church now has opportunities to make a crucial contribution during a time of rapid political, economic and social change to the re-building of the country around the following issues: Evangelism and mission alongside faith-building, training and education. Development programs as communities try to provide clean water, decent housing, schools, hospitals and clinics. To encourage income generating projects, micro-credit schemes, effective agriculture, and fair distribution of food. Current issues relating to gender, illiteracy, and care of the environment. Advocacy for those who suffer from poverty, HIV/AIDS and other diseases such as malaria which is endemic in the country. To speak on behalf of the many who continue to suffer as a result of the war, orphans, widows, the displaced, and refugees. To ensure that those being repatriated receive the basics for survival, and promote human rights. The process of peace and reconciliation in order to bring hope for a better, more secure future. To encourage negotiation and dialogue between different groups and factions. To finds ways to help the traumatized and bereaved, the returnees and the internally displaced. To encourage the youth to be peace-builders.