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AFRICAN PROGRESS FOUNDATION



Contact

REV DR VITALIS EKEZIE

225.21.24.70.91 (Phone)
225.21.24.70.91 (Fax)

REV. DR VITALIS EKEZIE, Director
ZONE 4 C MARCORY ABIDJAN
06 BP 1558 ABIDJAN 06 COTE DIVOIRE
ABIDJAN 06 BP 1558 ABIDJAN 06

225.21.24.70.91 (Phone)
225.21.24.68.78 (Fax)

Type of Organization

Non-profit


Service Areas

Regions: Africa
Countries: IVORY COAST, GHANA, LIBERIA, CHAD, SOUTH AFRICA, CAIRO , NIGERIA, TOGO ETc
Specific cities, regions, or groups of people: SAN-PEDRO, DOUEKI, GUIGLO, ACCRA, OWERRI, BUCHANNA ETC
Age Group: Adults, Children
Fees Charged: No


Services Provided

Orthotic Fitting, Medical Equipment / Supplies, Education, Funding, Rehabilitation / Training
Accomodations for volunteers near or at the specified location.


Needs

Financial Assistance

Volunteers: Technicians, Nurses, Therapists

Materials, Components, and Equipment: Equipment, Used, Medical Supplies


General Background Information

Historical Information
Founded in 2003 by GROUP OF PASTOR/SOME OTHER CARING INDIVIDUALS
Total volunteers to date: 42
Total recipients of care to date: 32


Financial Information
Organization provides partial funding for volunteers.
Volunteer does NOT need to raise individual funds for all expenses.
Currently and Historically, the organization's funding and contributions have come from:
        Individuals: *%
        Personal: *%


Mission Statement
African progress foundation (APF) is helping many thousands of youths and adults gain knowledge and life skill that protect them from HIV/AIDS infections: We need you as our corporate partner to enhance the well being of the DESTITUTES, ORPHANS, REFUGEES and HIV/AIDS. Give someone a chance today.


Additional Information & Comments

3.6 million people in the drought and locust-ravaged West African nation of Niger are on the verge of starvation. More than 800,000 of them are children, and 150,000 of the sickest children -- aged between six months to two years old -- will die if they don't get help very soon.These famine-stricken children are very fragile and are not able to fight disease.
Today, APF is organizing a response to this horrible crisis. We’ve heard the desperate pleas for food and have witnessed the telltale signs of starvation—swollen bellies, skeletal frames, and sparse, wiry hair. Time is not on our side.
Will you help?



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