Mission Africa provides Nigerian children in remote villages with quality education.
High School Education
In most states of Nigeria, students do not receive a free education. Most children are only able to attend school when their parents can financially afford to send and keep them in school. Poor families experience overwhelming hardships trying to provide for their children’s schooling.
Mission Africa has committed to providing 50 students with an education scholarship, which provides for them throughout their secondary school until graduation.
Mission Africa awards scholarships, donate uniforms and school supplies to poor students.
These village students are very smart and eager to learn but many of the current schools have no roofs, no floors and no plumbing. Mission Africa will build schools to help create a healthy learning environment for these students.
Success to date: Mission Africa has already graduated the first round of fifty students. These students are hand picked by village members based on their poverty and inability to attend school. At the beginning of a term, 50 students are selected and then funded for the next six years. The first group of 50 students just graduated and the second group will begin their second year of high school this year.
Mission Africa accepts donations of books from school districts, libraries, organizations and individuals for students in Africa who have no books. These books are picked up by Mission Africa volunteers, sorted by subjects, inventoried, packed and shipped to Africa.
Mission Africa is committed to and assures book donors that the books shall be strictly for use in school libraries and by instructors, school administrators, and students. Mission Africa employs regular follow-ups to ensure that books are not misused or sold from the school libraries.
Please feel free to donate your books, time or money towards this worthy cause. See our photo gallery to have a glance at our volunteers at work.