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Charity Organizations

Aid for Africa’s charities work throughout Sub Saharan Africa. Most are grassroots organizations, working with African partners to help children, families, and communities. Click on a member below to learn about its work.

A one-time or recurring donation to Aid for Africa helps support the work of all our member charities. You can also donate to one of our member charities directly by clicking the name of the organization below.

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Water to Thrive

Brings clean, safe water to rural African communities. Builds wells and conducts hygiene, sanitation and maintenance training leading to long-term sustainability of the water projects. Supported by U.S. individuals, communities, congregations and schools.
CFC# 91057

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Wildlife Conservation Network

Supports on-the-ground programs to save endangered elephants, cheetah, lions, painted dogs and other African wildlife and their habitats. We work to engage local people as effective wildlife stewards so that people and animals can coexist and thrive.
CFC# 63038

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Women’s Microfinance Initiative

Empowering women across East Africa to improve their lives with business training, support groups and small business loans through village loan programs. Administered by local women, we have helped over 12,000 women and issued $4.5 million in loans.
CFC# 40340

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World Hope International

Works to holistically alleviate poverty, suffering and injustice in Africa and around the world through clean water, education, agribusiness, anti-trafficking, health and emergency relief initiatives.
CFC# 11639

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Worldwide Fistula Fund

Restores and protects the health and dignity of the world's most vulnerable women and girls by healing and preventing devastating childbirth injuries through surgery, education & vocational skills, capacity building doctor training and community advocacy.
CFC# 82491

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