Partners For a Healthy Africa (PahAfrica) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that provides a combination of resources and educational workshops to citizens residing in impoverished communities in Africa and around the world. As a former foster child, and a formerly partially blind, I have walked in the shoes of many of those we seek to impact. As a result of my father’s complete blindness, I have dedicated my life to developing an effective nonprofit organization that provides sustainable resources and healthy living workshops to disadvantaged families in Africa and around the world. My experiences as a manager of student mentors at Rutgers University, an Impact Writer at African Women’s Development Fund in Ghana, and Clinical Trials Study Coordinator at Memorial Sloan Kettering has given me the skills needed to effectively develop initiatives to influence the lives of disadvantaged families in Africa, one community at a time.
In December 2016, PahAfrica in collaboration with Working Fingers, Federal Medical Center, and Eyejusters, we will be initiating the Better Eyes for a Better Africa Project and the Malaria House to House Initiative. During these projects, we will be conducting vision screenings for more than 3,000 citizens per community, and malaria house to house visits. We hope that you join forces with Partners for a healthy Africa, Working Fingers, Federal Medical Center, and Eyejusters in seeing to it that more than 3,000 citizens are screened for vision impairment and helping to implement an effective Malaria House to House Initiative.
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Jeanifer Uwaechie, President/CEO
Yewande Eniola, Project Implementation Specialist
Tumi Ayorinde, Strategic Partnership Development Specialist
Debra Omolola, Finance Development Specialist
Francis Emordi, International Strategic Development and Implementation Manager, Nigeria
Nkoliseyem Nwaokolo, International Implementation Specialist, Nigeria +234-806-451-1256