ABOUT US

Heal for Africa initiative is a youth-led non-governmental and not for profit organization committed to transforming Africa through health, social and economic empowerment of women and girls whilst promoting good health and well being via educational and community based programs, especially in under-served communities.


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Our Programs

 
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PAY ATTENTION TO HER Project

The Pay Attention To Her (PATH) project aims at empowering women and girls through sexual and reproductive health education and empowering women and girls across Africa with knowledge and skills to develop their personal capacity, harness their full potentials and contribute to the development of their families and the nation.

 

 
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HEAL THE SLUMS Project

The #HealTheSlums project is geared towards impacting the lives of the poor, needy and hard to reach population with programs centered around health education and medical outreaches. People living in the slums are denied basic rights such as good food, healthcare, shelter and portable water which makes live unpleasant for them.

 
 
 
 

ONGOING PROJECT:

PATH School Tour

We are currently on a school tour to educate 3000 school girls on menstrual hygiene, sexual health and self awareness. This exercise also entails donation of free sanitary pads/personal hygiene products.

 
 
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Our Impact

 
Could anything be better than this? Waking up every day knowing that lots of people are smiling because you chose to impact lives, making the world a better place.
— Anyaele Sam Chiyson
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780+

men and women impacted

Through the Heal the slums project, over 480 men and women in the slums have been impacted

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2000+

school girls impacted

The Pay Attention To Her (PATH) project has empowered over 2000 girls with menstrual hygiene and sexual health education, Self awareness lectures and free sanitary pads/personal hygiene products

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950+

children Impacted

Our Heal the slums project has reached 3 communities in Kogi state, impacting over 650 children.

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may 30, 2018

Empowerment is not all about giving out money, it is about educating,sensitizing, and enlightening a girl child to grow up and become an important personality in life.”
— Petra Akinti Onyegbule, Chief Press Secretary to Kogi State Governor
 
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