Mission Africa is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to transforming and empowering the African community in Sapele, Nigeria.

Mission: Empowering and transforming African communities through education, health, and economic empowerment. 


Vision: To shine a light of hope in African communities riddled with extreme poverty and despair through inspiring and nurturing the human spirit one community at a time.


Values: Empowerment, transformation, community development, partnership, sustainability, transparency, integrity, and honesty.


Through education, communities are transformed. Mission Africa partners with three primary to schools in Sapele, Nigeria to help supply text books to children who are in need.  Through the support of good-willed citizens we are able to provide text-books. Learn more how you can support us in brining hope in the from of education to children in Nigeria.


In addition to education, Mission Africa believes that health is an important issue to takle in Sapele, Nigeria. Mission Africa helps supply clean water and latrines to schools who do not have access to these amenities. Mission Africa is also in partnership with a clinic in Sapele to help give medical attention to the residents of Sapele and surronding villages.

Economic Empowerment

Mission Africa believes that poverty alleviation should begin with wealth creation. Mission Africa recently completed an economic assessment trip to discover the outlets that can bring wealth in the community of Sapele. One of those outlets are sewing. In the near future, Mission Africa will be launching sewing project to bring economic empowerment to women in Sapele, Nigeria

Where is Sapele, Nigeria?


Mission Africa has concentrated its community development strategies in the region of Sapele, Nigeria. The city is located in southwestern Nigeria in the Delta State. As of 2006, the population of Sapele is approximately 142,000. Nigeria has a per capita GDP of $1,400 USD.


Important facts about Sapele, Nigeria:


  • 56,800 children are under age of 14 
  • 28,000 school age children not attending school. 
  • 30% of population has access to clean drinking water
  • 10th worst rate of infant mortality in the world
  • 70% people living below the poverty line
  • Closets hospital is over 1 hour away

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