Bringing Clean Water, Education, and Medical Care
to Impoverished Children in Tanzania, Africa
What is Africompassion?
Africompassion works to provide access to clean water, education, and medical care for impoverished children and families to help them become self-reliant and rise out of poverty.
We sponsor a school for orphans and impoverished children in Kogaja a village in the Mara region of Tanzania and drill wells to provide clean water for villagers. We are a registered 501c3 non-profit in the US and partner with Africompassion Organization NGO in Tanzania.
We rely on the donations of people like you to help us achieve these goals.
A donation as small as $30 can change the life of a child in Africa.
Learn more and become a donor to directly impact someone's life today!
Where does your money go?
School Construction Update
We are so close to having enough funds to finish the school building in Kogaja, Tanzania!
Learn more by reading our latest blog.
Become a donor and sponsor a child's education. $30 gives a child books, a teacher, and meals for one month!
How Does A Well Change A Life?
Many people have no idea just how poor the water quality is for most villages in Africa. In this video, you will see the watering hole that the Kogaja villagers were drinking from before the construction of the well. They were drinking from a muddy hole that they shared with local animals. It is infested with animal and human waste which results in the contraction of many diseases.
But they had no other options.
In 2022, Africompassion drilled a well and installed a water tower, tanks, and faucets in Kogaja, Tanzania for a village of over 1000 people. We are grateful for the many donors who made this possible.
Learn about our clean water initiative!
Learn About Africompassion
How Can I Help?
Even a very small donation goes a long way for a child or villager in Africa. Submit your choice of a one-time or recurring donation now.
News From Africa
Part of our Africompassion team was onsite in Tanzania in February and March. Reid Anderson, Steve Whitehouse, Ngindu Bertin, and Edouard Kayumba visited Kogaja with Jerald Malamba.
Visit our Youtube channel to see our videos from our visit to Tanzania!