Africa Integrative Medicine was initiated to help address improving the quality of healthcare, education and providing support to improve the conditions of the living environment in the communities they serve through community development initiatives.
Brydges Centre supports over 120 children who are orphaned, destitute, abandoned, and abused with the objective of providing shelter, food, education, counseling, moral rehabilitation, health care and clothing as well as support for children’s rights activities around the country.
The Christ Care Children’s Home and Rehabilitation Center is a safe refuge for school age orphans, street kids and children who are in need of food, education, counseling and a place to call home. The home provides holistic care including physical, emotional, and spiritual nurturing.
The P.E.A.C.E. Foundation, through the support of Life Up Africa, carries out ERP projects associated with the preservation and protection of Elephants and Rhinos in the wild, and the economic uplifting of rural People in adjacent areas (‘ERP’).
Helping Hands Development Center (HHDC) is a non-profit organization registered in Tanzania that aims to reduce the negative impacts of poverty by creating a prosperous environment for vulnerable and orphaned children who will become productive members of society.
Hope High School aims to foster a generation of healthy, educated, English-speaking young adults who will change the course of history in Lesotho. With an immersive English-only policy, students become proficient in the language, a critical skill for subsequent education as well as for many jobs in Lesotho and South Africa.
the Kajiado Childcare Center (KCC) provides educational and therapeutic services to children with disabilities. Lift Up Africa has supported the center with a borehole and solar pump providing them with clean water.
Maasai Joy Children’s Centre provide access to English Medium Primary Education for orphaned children and those from poor families whose parents cannot afford to pay for Quality English Medium in Tanzania.
Mwanzo Mpya Africa is dedicated to bringing individual, families, and communities together to enhance optimal health and quality of life by eliminating all barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential.
Restart Africa has built, maintained and fully supported a home for orphaned and vulnerable children. Lift Up Africa has had the privilege of partnering with them on an irrigation system and building of briquettes for cooking.
The Village Net seeks “to empower women and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa through microloans, education, and healthcare to break out of poverty to secure thriving, sustainable futures for themselves, their families and their villages.”
CHAPS created a Portable Solar Vaccine Refrigeration Unit. LUA supported the project with a grant for field tests of a new solar powered design to transport fragile vaccines to remote locations by 4×4 vehicle, camel and on foot.
LUA has collaborated with HEART to install greenhouses in Kenya, training Local community groups to make maximum use of the greenhouses year-round growing capability, which will provide the community with food and products to sell.
MED25 provides subsidized health services focused on prevention and treatment of major diseases including HIV, TB, malaria, waterborne illnesses, childhood diseases, and respiratory and heart ailments, through services including Voluntary Counseling & Testing (VCT), family planning, vaccinations, and cervical cancer screening.
SCOPE partners with impoverished school communities to improve education, health, hygiene, water, sanitation, and the environment. This partnership works to make each community self sustaining by generating business opportunities.
Lift Up Africa(LUA) has been very lucky to work with several communities and organizations on solar cooking. Each project had its own challenges and success stories but they all made a sustainable difference in the lives of many communities.
Water and Health for All seek to save lives, support sustainable development, and improve quality of life in northern Uganda by aggressively implementing an evidence-based, fully integrated Water, Sanitation & Hygiene program (WASH).