SAVE VISIONS AFRICA is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), with registration or agency 501 (C) (3) tax exemption certificate number 13,886. We promote endogenous development, and develop intervention programs aimed at alleviating the human sufferings of the impoverished Africans. MISSIONS.
We strives to become a factor in the integration of Africa through mobilization of independent organizations, social, political and economic to promote the democratic agenda and press home the bid for accelerated self-sustaining development. We advocate against autocratic incompetence’s that insist on power without responsibility.
Our interventions projects to the impoverished Africans serve as a contribution to poverty alleviation and possible eradication, and in order for such activity to stand as a symbolic insignia to save the visions of Africa.
Reductions of high incidence of diseases (Eye health, AIDS, TB & Malaria) ravaging Africa’s urban and rural dwellers, through preventive education and direct medications.
Micronutrients fortifications on popular African staple foods to fight grave cases of vitamin deficiency.
Women empowerments awareness programs and micro-credit facilities to encourage self-sustainable cottage industries.
Encouragement of rural agriculture by providing farming implements on a soft loan basis to farmers.
Creation of a developmental institution for education and information services to young Politicians and Labor leaders.
Researches, documentations and presentations of specific issues aimed at Africa’s development.
To promote urban self-help organizations.
Incubator projects originating from our research centers.
We thank you for your well-deserved efforts to alleviate the sufferings of the impoverished Africans.
Dr. Peter Chi Okereke, PhD. Executive Director.
SAVE VISIONS AFRICA,
SAVE VISIONS AFRICA is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (NGO), with registration or agency 501 (C) (3) tax exemption certificate number 13,886. We promote endogenous development, and develop intervention programs aimed at…