About Us

Who We Are

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization registered in the State of Washington, U.S.A to Support Developments in Africa.

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What We Do

Our Work

We render services for the holistic development of people and communities in Africa. We are also promoting equal access to opportunities regardless of gender, tribe or race.

Our Targets

Who We Serve

Women, Youth and Children are our main targets because of the many challenging issues surrounding their growth and development, especially in Africa where women and children continue to face violence and abuse in their daily lives.


Our General Programs

Human Rights, Gender & Women Empowerment, Child Welfare, Democracy, Anti Corruption & Good Governance, Youth Empowerment, Climate Change, Agriculture, Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH), etc.

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Empower African Girls

AID launches an Empower African Girls initiative. The main goal of the program is to help empower African Girls through Education, Health Care, Leadership and also help them rise above Abuse and extreme poverty.

Regular Projects

We are currently running the following projects in Sierra Leone. We hope to replicate similar projects in other parts of Africa.

Supporting Agricutural Development

In our efforts to make food security a reality in Africa and the fact that Agriculture plays a crucial role in the development of many economies in Africa, AID seeks to not only advocate for farmers but to also solicit support and help them acquire adequate tools and other resources in producing sufficient food for their families, communities, cities and countries in a more sustainable way. In this light, we are currently running a pilot project in Sierra Leone.

Supporting Business Development Services (BDS)

Participants in the BDS program will be presented with tools necessary to transform their ideas into individual or group projects; they will benefit from a “learning-by-doing” approach in which they will be assisted in developing and managing entrepreneurial projects. Graduates will receive assistance with business start-up and/or with placement in internships or jobs with small enterprises. The initial beneficiaries are 250 youths. Of this number, 80 are females, 50 are disabled and the rest males. Most of them who were utilized as ex-combatants in the war have acquired only primary education. They have never been properly re-integrated into their communities after the war.

Supporting Skills Development

Wellington, where the project is located in Sierra Leone is one of the densely populated communities due to government strategic planning over the years and has become centrally located in the East of Freetown. One of the biggest based needs for a Technical/Vocational Institute is the availability of mass dropouts who require training in specific skills.