With the increasing spread of COVID-19 and a rapidly evolving global response, MIFA Charity Emergency response team are taking actions to ensure the health and safety of our employees and our community. We recognize the magnitude of this extraordinary circumstance and are working quickly to support our communities to overcome the great challenge. We regret the suspension of some of our outreach activities, this step is taken to align resources to help reduce the rapid spread of the coronavirus.
MIFA Self Mandate
MIFA works to Reduce Global inequalities in Sub-Saharan Africa, free Orphans & Vulnerable Children OVCs, Less Privileged Persons, Women, Poor Families and Underserved Communities from lives of Pain, Abuse, Poverty, Discrimination and Gender Inequality by ensuring their basic rights and enhancing their dignity.
We are growing on all fronts in Africa with special focus in Sub-Saharan Africa the region most affected by poverty in the whole world.
MIFA Donors, Corporate Sponsors, Expatriates Volunteers. Fund Raising partners.
Sub-Saharan Africa our main focus.
MIFA works to free vulnerable children, women, poor families and under-served communities from lives of pain, abuse, poverty, discrimination and gender inequality by ensuring their basic rights and enhancing their dignity.
The future of our planet is in our hands its our responsibility to do what ever it take to save it.
Access to Healthcare Services
Africa has 11 percent of the world's population but carries 24 percent of the global disease
education equips the people with the power to make better decisions and to know their left and right. It improves the degree of citizens participation in affairs concerning their country
Strengthening communities across Africa
Water Supply, Sanitation & Hygiene
Of all of the people in the world without access to safe water, almost 40% live in Africa. Join Our Cause Now and be part of the solution
When crisis strikes MIFA Charity team answers present through love and care by distributing emergency needs to the affected populations.
Our Focus is mostly directed towards less privileged children, Vulnerable persons and underserved communities in Africa, we believe in every child is a treasure and a gift to her society no matter where he or she comes from and the condition through which the child came into this world,every child is a treasure to his or her nation and a gift to mankind
Our Vision is to bring hope and give value by providing meaningful Healthcare assistance and support to society and the environment likewise improving the quality of life for the most marginalized persons and under-served communities.
A team committed to serving the vulnerable across Africa
Engaged and counting
Volunteers world wild
to serve 589 million sub-Saharan Africans living in acute poverty
Targeting all 46 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
Poverty in Africa
Facts & Statistics About Poverty in Africa
Poverty, at its most extreme form, is destitution. It’s trying to survive without even the most basic of needs, like food, water or shelter. For sub-Saharan Africa, that’s the reality for almost half of the population.
Africa is the poorest continent on earth by a long shot. With the exception of three, 28 of the poorest countries in the world are in Africa.
You and Children International play a role in solving this problem.
MIFA works to free vulnerable children, women, poor families and under-served communities from lives of pain, abuse, poverty, discrimination and gender inequality by ensuring their basic rights and enhancing their dignity
Africa: a continent of children
Half of the continent’s population is children, up to 20% of which are disabled.
An ever-increasing number are growing up stunted because of the challenges of malnutrition.
Diseases like HIV/AIDS are leaving kids orphaned and in charge of their households at very young ages. An estimated 50 million orphans live in Africa.
Malaria kills 3,000 African children per day.
With a population expected to more than double by 2050, even fewer resources will be available to go around without dramatic change.
Individuals living in poverty often cannot afford food of sufficient quality or quantity to live a healthy life. According to the World Bank, in 2013, 42.3% of the population of sub-Saharan Africa lived on $1.90 or less per day, a principal factor of widespread hunger.
MIFA through its hunger alleviation program Has come up with a Program called MIFFoP which stands for MIFA FREEE FOOD OUTREACHPROGRAM, MIFA Team regularly distribute free meals to the Homeless, Street Children Refugees, Internally Displace People, Mentally ill Persons found on the streets, Bushes and under the bridges.
Malnutrition hugely contributes to the death of children and a lifetime of poor health. We are committed to providing food security and sustainability. MIFA regularly distribute free cooked food under and raw food stuff under MIFA renounced hunger alleviation program MIFFoP Free Food Program that save children's lives and ensure they grow up healthily. There are many people in the world who are dying for a piece of bread and many more dying for lack of a little love.
NO CHILD SHOULD HAVE TO GO TO BED HUNGRY
Hunger is stalking The Globe
Help us fight Hunger in Africa
Homelessness / Street Children
Getting an accurate picture of African homelessness is extremely challenging. Definitions of homelessness vary from country to country. Census data is typically collected based on household and, while most census data takes into account those living in shelters and receiving government aid, census takers struggle to count the “hidden homeless” – those who may be residing in inadequate settlements such as slums, squatting in structures not intended for housing, couch surfing with friends and family, and those who relocate frequently.
Free Mental Health & Psychiatric Care
MIFA Psychiatric hospitals are designed to treat mental illnesses exclusively, Physicians are available to address medical conditions.
MIFA Psychiatric hospitals are designed to provide drug and alcohol detoxification as well as inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation services and provide longer stays.
Our Psychiatric hospital do have specialty units for eating disorders, geriatric concerns, child and adolescent services, as well as substance abuse services.are tailored to people with a chronic psychiatric disorder, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder, or who have a dual diagnosis (i.e., a mental disorder and substance abuse problems), which impairs their ability to function independently.
MIFA Orphanages Homes
To provide shelter for the OVC Orphans and Vulnerable children.
To provide the OVC children with the highest level of education and guidance, so they can grow to be assets to their community and so that they can compete competitively for jobs, admissions and placement upon graduation. The MIFA Orphanage home Project aims not only to cater for children’s mental needs, but to provide a complete package, by catering to the physical, spiritual and emotional needs of the children as well.
To provide disabled persons with the requisite therapy, training, care and love so they can overcome the social limitations placed on them because of their disability and to achieve their goals and dreams.
To educate the general public about disabilities in an attempt to destroy the many myths and stereotypes about disabilities rampant in the community
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