Love & care

As one of the non-for-profit organization in the fight against poverty and deprivation across Sub sahara Africa. We currently work in more than 10 communities in West Africa. We save the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to livelihood and sustainable solutions.

For over five years, our partners operating in West African villages and local communities have been working to provide nutrition, Education, health care and homes for orphans so they can build a better life as they enter adulthood.

Lack of access to nutritious food is truly devastating to children, families and entire communities. Extreme poverty and hunger is often the result of external factors that are far beyond the family’s control. However, with the right support, there is hope. We have more than 5 years of experience of saving lives and supporting self-sufficiency for some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. We are able to help communities become more resilient to external factors that cause extreme poverty and hunger, and help families recover from natural disasters or forced displacement.

Future light Africa’s nutrition and health programs provide lifesaving treatment to children suffering from the deadliest form of hunger: acute malnutrition. We partner with parents and communities to bring treatment to children in need, faster, and we educate and change behaviors to help prevent malnutrition.

Our food security and livelihoods programs aim to empower vulnerable communities to improve their access to food, income, and markets. We train and build the capacity of young adult and small scale entrepreneurs to be self sustaining.

In humanitarian emergencies, we provide cash transfers or cash-for-work programs to help families in crisis buy food and support local markets while also enabling them to make their own choices about their most urgent needs. between the year 2020 to 2021 alone, we reached over one thousand people in the most desperate communities with lifesaving and life-changing programs across 10 communities in west Africa.