Read about how our projects are changing lives across Africa.
Value Spotlight: Target Underserved Children
Coafrica Value Spotlight #1: Target Underserved Children Coafrica serves communities [...]
EAC Grand Opening
So many exciting things are happening in [...]
How Coafrica Came to Be
The road to Coafrica started in the forest of [...]
Spotlight on Vision, Mission, and Values – Vision
Coafrica’s vision is: A world where every child has [...]
Extraordinary Community Involvement in Malawi
This is what Coafrica is really about: empowering a community to help themselves. Chilima is a perfect example of the incredible community engagement and excitement for the education opportunities that our classrooms provide.
Cynthia and the Cement
This is a story of honesty, courage, six bags of cement and a fourth grade girl named Cynthia.
Bondo Community Excitement
The Bondo Primary School community’s excitement about their school project is infectious. These men, women, and children are at the project site early in the morning, help any way they can, and stay late into the night.
Meet the Students: Mustapha
Meet 11-year-old Mustapha Mugathir, a student at the Premier Grammar School in Nigeria.
Meet the Students: Adeola
Adeola is a lovely young lady with a bright future ahead of her. We can’t wait to see what she will do and become.
If there’s one thing this world seems to be lacking, it’s hope. Victor B. Ukorebi, an African regional director for Coafrica, makes it his mission to bring hope to those that need it most. Spreading hope with every step, Victor joined Coafrica the moment he was invited.
Democratic Republic of the Congo – Better Community, Better World
The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is known for representing over 200 ethnic groups and 250 languages and dialects. Although this country is one of the most resource-rich countries on the planet (with rich access to gold, tungsten and tin), most of the Congolese lack the ability to acquire electricity and a minuscule percentage of the country’s roads are paved.
A New School for the New Year
The Bondo Full Primary School has been running since 1971, but conditions have deteriorated over the years. The building is located in Malawi, on the outskirts of Lilongwe. The school is used for almost 800 students, and yet it is missing doors and windows.