What We Do
At The Africa in Me, we are committed to helping improve the lives of less privileged families in Africa. We provide them with food, help them secure jobs and start small businesses so that in the long term, they are able to support themselves and fulfill their own needs.
WHAT WE DO FOR THE FAMILIES
We Provide Food
Food gives them the security to look for jobs and enables a better future for their children.
Help with Capital or Jobs
So that in the long term, they are able to support themselves and fulfill their own needs.
Host fundraise event
We host different events to raise money and awareness for AFIM. This includes raffles, walking challenges, and Back to School fundraisers.
HOW WE WORK
1. Identify families needing assistance
Our Liaison officers in Africa identify families in need of our assistance.
2. Visit families to find out needs
We meet with each family and ask questions to understand their needs.
3. Food donation
Most families have an immediate need for food. We initially provide them with food to help sustain them while they look for work.
4. Assistance with job or capital
We then help the famalies find a job or give them capital/goods to start a small business.
5. Follow up visits to check on the families
Our volunteers check in on the families to ensure they are thriving after they receive assistance.
OUR GEOGRAPHICAL REACH
Our Primary countries of operation are Ghana and Uganda but our volunteer reach is from all over the world. We currently have 32+ Volunteers working towards a common goal of improving lives of the extreme poor.
See how your donations have saved and healed lives.
This was a moment of joy as I could feed my family and help them with their essentials. I cannot thank them enough for their benevolence.
The Africa in Me is committed to partnering with all who desire to make an impact on the lives of the needy. With your help, much more can be done.
Now, I can imagine a better future for my grandchild and his mother which means my goal as a mother is accomplished.
Some of the food donated by The Africa in Me