"Amref Health Africa is known throughout sub-Saharan Africa as being an African organisation that understands local culture and the realities on the ground."

Isa, WASH Project Officer, northern Uganda

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people in sub-Saharan Africa directly benefited from UK-funded programmes last year


were reached through outreach programmes, health education, and psychosocial support


healthworkers were trained in 2017 thanks to the support of our donors, partners, and friends

Our Priorities

We are improving the lives of disadvantaged people in Africa through better health

Maternal & child health

We work primarily through women and girls, championing them to build the knowledge, skills and means to transform their health.

Read about our MNCH work

Training health workers

Amref Health Africa aims to strengthen the capacity and capability of health and health-related professionals.

Read about health worker training

Sexual & reproductive health & rights

We are improving access to family planning and sexual health information, offering better, brighter futures across sub-Saharan Africa.

Read about our SRHR work

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

We are increasing sustainable access to safe water and sanitation facilities in poor rural and urban communities.

Read about our WASH work

Donate to Amref Health Africa

We think it’s an outrage that millions of people living in Africa don’t have access to basic health care and are dying from easily preventable diseases. Your gift to Amref Health Africa could help change this by bringing health care closer to those who need it most.

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