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The impacts of HIV related stigma on children infected and affected with HIV among the care and share project of the Free Methodist Church, Andheri East, in  Mumbai A mixed-methods Filipino parenting education project towards evidence-based practice Doctrinal beliefs and practices of selected 15-18 year-old youth in the Philippine Church of the Nazarene: do they understand, believe, and apply the Articles of Faith in their lives? Effects of children's political awareness, affiliation and participation on inter-personal relationships among 10-13-year olds in a multi-ethnic Kenya

APNTS currently has three PhD programs: the PhD in Holistic Child Development, the PhD in Transformational Development, and the PhD in Transformational Learning. 

In 2009 APNTS began offering courses for a PhD in Holistic Child Development. At the time there was a growing awareness of the dreadful conditions in which millions of the world’s children lived. The degree was launched, with the support of Compassion International, with the purpose of equipping leaders to minister with and advocate for children at risk. 

In 2012 AGST and APNTS leaders began discussing the possibility of developing a PhD in Transformational Learning to equip a new generation of educational leaders to serve in Asia and beyond.  The director of the Breese Institute East at APNTS joined the conversation, presenting the Center’s desire for a PhD in Transformational Development to transform society with God’s love.  

Planning for the new degrees began in 2013 and on June 30, 2014 petitions for permission to offer the PhDs in Transformational Development and in Transformational Learning were submitted to the Philippine Commission on Higher Education (CHED). All three of the PhD programs have received CHED Recognition. 


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