Welcome to Africa Hopes In Christ!

Thank you for visiting our website. Africa Hopes In Christ, AHIC for short, is a Christian charity, founded by Africans for Africans. We believe that Africans are capable of greatness, and we see our role as helping them help themselves be, do and accomplish greatness.

So, at AHIC, we help Africans help themselves, and we do this by building on the good work of African heroes who have gone before us. These heroes include people like Andrew Juxon-Smith, Nelson Mandela, Yaa Asantewaa, and Kwame Nkrumah, and we build on their efforts by assisting one entrepreneur at a time.

Past African Heroes

Africa Hopes In Christ build on the work of our past African heroes, such as:

Andrew Juxon-Smith

Andrew Juxon-Smith:

A man of integrity who paid all his country’s debts, during the days of the debt trap policy, and made a small profit in previously poverty ridden Sierra Leone, within just one year of rule.

Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela:

Who in the face of death put his country first, defying the white supremacists in South Africa.

Yaa Asantewaa

Yaa Asantewaa:

A woman fighting against the mighty British Empire with courage and determination in the 19th century.

Kwame Nkrumah

Kwame Nkrumah:

A man with a vision of a united and economically strong Africa, who started with building a strong infrastructure foundation for Ghana, and founder of the African Union (AU) in the 1960s.

Four of Our Recent Projects

These are a few of the types of projects that Africa Hopes in Christ supports:

Andrew Juxon-Smith

Fund Raising Event for Nigerian School

A business with a difference, aimed at educating the next generation to question, think and solve their own problems.

Nelson Mandela

Health & Fitness Business Sponsored

We are building teams in Africa and worldwide with the help of the global giant ForeverLiving Products.

Yaa Asantewaa

African Book Publishing Project

“The Sherbros of Sierra Leone”, a book publishing project, about an industrious African tribe/people who are disappearing as they assimilate into neighbouring societies, written by an African author.

Kwame Nkrumah

Housing Issue Solved

Our project for a physically ill Malawian lady living in Manchester UK, AHIC has installed a carpet for her previously bare boarded living room floor, ensuring warmth during winter.

Find out more about these and our other projects, by clicking here.

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