Partners for a Healthy Africa (pahAfrica) is a 501-c-3 nonprofit organization that provides a combination of resources and educational workshops to citizens residing in impoverished communities in Africa and around the world. We also provide a platform for individuals interested in making a difference in their communities.

 

Africa’s low expenditure on healthcare per capita affects the overall health of the lives of its citizens especially those in impoverished communities. The World Bank records that Nigeria spends only $18.70 per person on health, compared to the United States, which spends about $8,233 on health per person per year.  With a population of 135 million people, many in Nigeria lack resources and funds to care for their health, which leads to untimely death and causes many preventable diseases. Among the many diseases that afflict Africans, vision impairment, teenage pregnancy, and malaria are major silent killers.

 

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Partners for a Healthy Africa only achieve its goals with the assistance of members of our community. We are requesting for your support during this mission trip. We hope that you join forces with Partners for a healthy Africa, Working Fingers, Civil Society of HIV and AIDS, Federal Medical Center, and Eyejusters in seeing to it that more than 3,000 citizens are screened for vision impairment, helping to executive an effective “Give Children Hope” Initiative, and Malaria House to House project.