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UK Reg. Charity no: 1141028 Ghana Reg. Charity no: DSW/3024
Registered in The Netherlands. Tax no: 8238.13.289

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AfriKids turns 13! Celebrate our 13th year and feature in our next campaign

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AfriKids is an internationally award-winning
child rights and community development organisation
working in northern Ghana to alleviate child suffering and poverty


"If, like me, you have ever wondered whether it is worth giving to charities when you read in the press about missing supplies, misdirected aid budgets and the squandering of well-intentioned donations, then look to AfriKids and reconsider."

 
 


Iain, supporter


our philosophy is simple:


LISTEN
to what a community knows they need

EMPOWER
them to make the necessary changes themselves

SUSTAIN
any change that is made without dependence on aid

 

"I support the work of AfriKids because it counters the image so many have of the continent"

 

George Alagiah, BBC journalist


what sets us apart is:


integrated, holistic solutions

working with everyone it takes, across all of the issues involved


 

geographical
focus

dedicating real and relevant investments in one region for fundamental and lasting change

 

local
ownership

supporting solutions designed and delivered by people who face the challenges themselves

 

exit
strategy

providing a temporary helping hand when it's needed, never promoting dependence, including working to make our UK office redundant by 2018
 

"I believe history will judge AfriKids as one of the few charities who manage to answer the million dollar question; how can we make aid work for Africa? The way they give in Ghana seems to me as the ultimate upgrade of aid in Africa."

 

 

Sorious Samura, BAFTA and Emmy Award-winning journalist

We close in
1212
days.


Our UK office plans to close in 2018 as AfriKids Ghana becomes completely self sufficient.
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