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Mission Statement

Our Mission

The mission of VoA is to provide intervention programs to African countries particularly those hardest hit by poverty and infectious diseases. VoA plans to alleviate the abject poverty and appalling health conditions by expanding the provision of mother and child health care centers, enhancing youth development through training programs and expanding the sponsorship of orphan vulnerable children in underprivileged areas of African countries. In addition to its intervention programs in Africa, VoA provides cultural adjustment and skill enhancement programs to immigrants from Africa. VoA will create partnerships with Non-Governmental and Community Based Organizations to implement health, education, poverty reduction, self-governance and capacity building programs.


Vision on Africa, (VoA) was established in November 2003 and has since obtained legal status in the State of Virginia. We are a nonprofit organization building the capacity of African enterprises through a reservoir of expertise and knowledge transfer.

Our Values

Based on our commitment to service and to the highest standards of ethics and integrity. We will strive to create partnerships that reflect these values.

Our Goal

The goal of VoA is to manifest innovative approaches, network diverse resources and make a measurable impact.

Our Commitment

Provide cultural adjustment and skill enhancement training to immigrants from Africa residing in the Washington DC metropolitan areas.

  • Organize a spotlight on Africa through multidisciplinary forums to facilitate sustainable development and empowerment.
  • Initiate synergistic partnerships with non-profit organizations and community based organizations to optimize resources. Implement projects initially in Ethiopia and replicate success factors to other African countries.
  • Network diverse groups to collaborate in building a cohesive and visible pro-African community in the United States.
  • Target the transfer of knowledge to provide technical assistance in rebuilding Africa's historic, socioeconomic and cultural wealth.



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