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Our aim is to make poverty history in Africa. To meet internationally agreed poverty reduction targets, rich countries have promised debt relief agreed to make available 0.7% of their national income to the poor nations of the world including many African countries. Reports show that the debts of 36 poor countries were cancelled in 2006. But many more continue to suffer. Aid to Africa is slowly increasing, but poverty in Africa remains

“A scar on the conscience of the world”

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Aidaction Africa works in collaboration with relevant organisations, government agencies and communities in a participatory approach to realise our aim to help Africa by addressing the following areas:

Help Africa through Female Empowerment

We shall empower women and give them the opportunity to participate, control and make decisions affecting themselves, their sexuality and their families both in the home and in their communities. Allowing women and girls to reach their full potential and help Africa to help itself.

Food Preservation

Africa is a land of milk and honey, 'A gift from God'. Yet its people die of hunger and malnutrition. To feed our children and others stricken by natural disasters and war, we must preserve and protect what we produce locally.

Health Care

Our ritual healthcare project will help Africa by assisting in the provision of basic health care needs in communities reducing child/maternal mortality, child killer diseases including diarrhoea, malaria, pneumonia, measles, malnutrition and AIDs/HIV and other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STDs).

Environmental Protection

Poverty leads to environmental degradation, further more degradation brings more poverty. To help Africa we teach, support, motivate and educate people on sustainable environmental practices and the promotion of biological diversity, 'think globally and act locally' (deforestation='poverty in disguise')

Reduce Poverty

By providing grants, items and services to individuals in need and/or charities or other organisations working to prevent or relieve poverty we aim to Help Africa by increasing the empowerment of women and protect and conserve the physical and natural environment for the benefit of the public.


Education is the backbone of any economy. It reduces poverty and is the key to wealth creation. No county succeeds fighting poverty if it fails to educate its people. By ensuring that women, girls and underprivileged children acquire basic education, we will use education as a tool to fight poverty and Help Africa rather than as a way of escaping it.

Conflict Management

Civil wars breed poverty, malnutrition, disease and death. Wars displace millions of people and bring suffering and misery to millions. Managing tribal/regional conflicts to avoid war and ensure a healthier and stronger work force for Africa. We aim to provide relief and assistance to people in any part of Africa who are victims of war or natural disaster, trouble, or catastrophe in particular by the supply of food aid to those in need.

Peace and Love brings riches.

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