Bishop T.D. Jakes of The Potter’s House in Dallas, Texas encourages you to learn more about Africare and the work we are doing on the ground.
Creative partnerships help Africare achieve notable successes, but not all organizations operate identically.
A basket for donations sat on the dirt floor, and by the time the procession of attendees came to an end the basket held approximately $30,000 Liberian dollars.
The cost of constructing a MWH runs between $25K and $50K, yet the result is hundreds if not thousands of healthy babies born in a given year.
“I never experienced the uncertainty or fear that so many women in Africa feel during pregnancy”
“…my preconceptions paled in comparison to real life…” Last June, I went to Africa for the first time.
Hello and welcome to the new Africare website! We really appreciate you visiting, so we’ve worked hard to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. And while we were at it, we tried to make our site look a little nicer too!
Africare President Darius Mans Meets United Nations Special Envoy to the Sahel Hiroute Guebre-Selassie
In the wake of the US-Africa Leaders Summit, Africare President Darius Mans met Wednesday with the recently appointed United Nations Special Envoy to the Sahel Hiroute Guebre-Selassie at Africare House in Washington, D.C. Ms. Selassie and Dr. Mans took the opportunity to share their plans for their respective organizations, and they sought to learn how they could better support each other’s missions.
At our inception, Africare’s goal was to be an organization primarily funded by support from African-Americans.