For NHMI, strategic partnership is a collaborative effort among churches, ministries, organizations and individuals sharing a vision to expand the kingdom of God in West Africa. Partners strategically align their complementary gifts and abilities in a spirit of cooperation with each other, and their field partners; they act in unity while seeking to realize their common vision of showing forth God's heart in grace and mercy to every people. Through this alliance, shared fundamental beliefs are affirmed, clear roles and goals are defined, clear-cut action steps are established, and the appropriate means of evaluating results is determined.

NHMI is currently working with various US and West Aftrican organizations as well as denominations. God has continued to bless our combined efforts in the region with tremendous kingdom growth. Many new church planters and pastors have been trained at NHMI West Africa Bible and Theological Institute in Togo with qualified visiting professors from Africa, the US, and Europe.

Great strides in economic development and agricultural projects have been initiated to confront poverty in meaningful and strategic ways. In addition, short term Medical Clinics are held each year and have treated more than five thousand patients over the past years in rural villages where health care is neither easily accessible nor affordable.

Other vital ministry opportunities such as children sponsorship programs for underprivileged and vulnerable children, agricultural and rural empowerment projects, and Christian elementary schools are being initiated. Due to the hard work of many church leaders and mission staff to foster collaborative relationships beyond indigenous borders, our ministry partnership opportunities have now branched out beyond West Africa and into partnering relationships with faith-based organizations in the United States.

New Harvest Missions International continues to grow it mission by launching, planting, and equipping local Christian congregations in order to fulfill the great commission as Christ’s disciples who make disciples.