Mission Africa partners with the following organizations:
Mission Africa Nigeria: A not-for-profit organization, which empowers children and families in the remote villages of Nigeria by providing support in three areas: education, healthcare, and poverty alleviation. (read more)
Mission Africa Tanzania, MIATA: A Tanzania-based NGO, which seeks to work with the local communities and other agencies to support children, youth and women in their struggle against illiteracy, poverty, and preventable diseases. MIATA works to serve the villages of Mbinga, Bukoba rural, Missenye, Songea, Morogoro and Lushoto Districts (read more)
Mission Africa Uganda, MAUG: A not-for-profit organization based in Uganda, and focuses on: educational assistance including scholarships and school materials, supporting mothers and children, and supporting income generation projects for youth in the efforts to improve their standard of living.
Mission Africa Gambia: A not-for-profit charitable organization that provides educational assistance, health support, and income generation for women and youth.
Agrihealth Initiatives Kenya, AHI: Agrihealth Initiatives (AHI) was founded in 2002 to respond to the emerging household and community crisis resulting from the 1990’s HIV/AIDS epidemic. (read more)
Girl Child Concern Nigeria: A non-governmental organization in Nigeria dedicated to improving the lives of youth, in particular, girls, through improved educational opportunities. (read more)
Caring Hearts International: A not-for-profit charitable organization that generates lifesaving humanitarian assistance for people living in the most remote regions of Nigeria. (read more)
Health and Life International, HEALIN: An international NGO with offices in Nigeria, West Africa, and USA, with the mission for qualitative and total health care for the poor. (read more)
Ghana Global Career Center: A nationwide career service programme providing industry leading pre-employment training, job market preparation and job placement solutions for tertiary students and recent graduates. (read more)