Hope for Africa International

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Hope for Africa International was founded in 1990 and "aims to bring hope to people regardless of their Religious affiliation and families in Crisis. The Hope for Africa International was designed to reach, inform, assist and give hope to hopeless to ensure that they children get appropriate help and get it as early as possible, thereby giving them a much greater chance of taking their rightful place and playing their part in society. We also aim to inform African Government and society about the needs of the Orphans and their families whom we serve." [1]

"Established in 1990 by religious leaders, business community and individuals Christians from Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Africa, Nigeria, Togo, Rwanda Tanzania and Congo DR as a unique partnership brings together Christians from different churches and with doctrinal difference but working together to increase the care and support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Africa under the vision and leadership of Dr. Charles Mwape and Rev John Jailas Chisalah." [2]

Contact

Web: http://www.hopeforafricausa.com

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References

  1. Home Page, Hope for Africa International, accessed August 29, 2007.
  2. Home Page, Hope for Africa International, accessed August 29, 2007.