A daily school meal changes everything. Give hope and a future.
We are committed to ensuring that all people in Africa have access to clean drinking water and sanitary facilities. We are currently drilling and rehabilitating wells in Uganda, bringing lasting change to entire communities.
SMART is a brilliant catalyst for promoting independence. Through self-sustaining local centers, we support entire communities in developing productive agriculture and more jobs.
The challenges on the African continent are multi-layered and complex, but together we can overcome them.
With your support, you provide access to education, food, water, health and income and give dignity to those who need it most. Together with your generosity, our locally initiated and locally implemented projects save lives, strengthen local communities and give hope – for an Africa that thrives.
"Stiftung Schweiz ForAfrika"
Development cooperation from Africa for Africa.
We believe that everyone deserves the chance to develop their full potential. As a partner of Africa’s largest development organization, the ForAfrika Group, we know the challenges that need to be overcome on the ground. Through our work in the areas of nutrition and education, wells and water, agriculture, emergency aid and through our aid missions, we support local communities in overcoming poverty in a sustainable way and building a better future for themselves and their families.
"The scale of the challenge is huge, but so are the dreams of Africans. If we all work together for Africa and provide the necessary resources, we are investing in Africa's transformation. We can and will see Africa's communities move away from dependency towards self-reliance!"
Isak Pretorius: CEO ForAfrika Group
“For me, school nutrition is a great incentive. School nutrition has helped me to stay in school myself. It has made me the person I am today. It’s not just a meal, it changes lives,” says Morgado Culembe, School Nutrition Manager in Angola, enthusiastically.
The keys to a new beginning: KITA manager Simollang Pooe has dedicated her life to creating a safe environment for the children in her community.
Fetching water: Awuru Amalia fills her jerrycan at the community well in Omugu The 68-year-old used to have to walk 15 km from home every