Bread And Water For Africa

Rating: 5 stars   14 reviews

Issues: International, Economic Development, Microfinance

Location: 8301 Richmond Highway Suite 300 Alexandria VA 22309 USA

Mission: Bread and Water for Africa provides funding to African grassroots initatives community-based organizations and leaders addressing critical needs such as the impacts of HIV/AIDS, orphan care, vocational and education training, water and sanitation, and access to healthcare services and information.Countries served include, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
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EIN 54-1884520
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Rating: 5 stars  

Bread and Water for Africa helps so many in Africa in so many ways. From clean water to orphan care - they really make the difference. Their volunteer spokesperson is a mother to many orphans and her Baraka Farm feeds the children and provides an income for the orphanage. Education is an important part of healing Africa and their education programs help so many. I support them!

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Rating: 5 stars  

Bread and Water for Africa is great. They support programs in Africa that the communities develop. They also bring fresh water to areas where there is none. This improves the health and quality of life for all of those in the community. I see from their reporting that they have very little overhead so I know my money is being used wisely.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have watched this charity from a distant for quite some time. It does enormously important, wonderful work in areas of Africa that need all the help they can get. Those involved are committed and talented.

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