Health is defined by the WHO as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. At Feeding Africa international foundation UK, the health projects can be divided into:

  • Health Care: Projects provide a better access to quality health care to everyone with a focus on vulnerable people
  • Health Care systems: Projects intend to solve systemic issues limiting access to quality health care for underserved populations
  • Women’s health: Projects that provide women with access to quality care, health rights awareness and health education.
  • Research: Projects intend to advance our understanding of disease and to improve health care provision.
  • Solidarity

    The support to identified groups of people in need. Feeding Africa international foundation UK supports people facing poverty and/or extreme circumstances resulting from special contexts such as armed conflicts and the refugee flows they induce.


  • Distribution of basic necessities
  • Support to shelters and settlements (being formal or informal)
  • Infrastructures rehabilitation
  • Facilities provision
  • Repatriation
  • Ecosystems Protection

    Promote the protection, conservation and restoration of ecosystems and favour their sustainable use and development of their natural resources. Feeding Africa international foundation UK supports projects promoting and establishing practices that protect and conserve ecosystems and natural resources thus restoring a sustainable balance between human activities and the environment.


  • Civil society
  • Various industry sectors
  • Public authorities
  • Approaches:

  • awareness raising
  • Advocacy
  • Implementation of natural resources management plans/guidelines
  • Sustainable fisheries supply chains support
  • Sustainable fisheries supply chains support
  • Use of non-polluting packaging promotion
  • Research on alternative material to plastics
  • Waste recycling promotion
  • Approach

  • The foundation selects projects delivering key actions on key levels.
  • The foundation believes in holistic approaches to create efficient and sustainable change.
  • The foundation believes in projects targeting self-sufficiency for its beneficiaries.
  • The foundation is responsive to innovative approaches, methodologies and technologies to create social, economic and environmental change.
  • The foundation believes that private grant-making institutions should take risks that States can’t allow themselves, thus offering a chance to new concepts to be tested and transition to proven concept public money could then scale.
  • The foundation focuses on results and impact. Therefore, the foundation asks its implementing partners for clear strategic plans, clear implementation processes and well integrated monitoring and evaluation tools.
  • Beneficiaries

    The foundation supports organizations who provide effective,long-lasting solutions for:

  • Vulnerable children and youth suffering from scarce access to schooling and training, enabling them to follow a quality path toward nurturing employment.
  • Vulnerable people (youth and adults) wishing to access the labour market, providing them with capacity building and accompanying them through the various administrative steps leading to employment.
  • Women in need of assistance to have their rights respected and lead safe and economically independent lives.
  • Populations suffering from inadequate healthcare services.
  • Ecosystems suffering from the degradation of their natural resources due to irresponsible human exploitation
  • The conservation and restoration of our cultural heritage, thus offering each one of us the chance to be in contact/grown with this heritage.
  • Selection Process

    The foundation predominantly takes a proactive approach, undertaking its own researches to find projects in line with its mission.

    Nevertheless, wishing to increase its opportunities to be in contact with impactful projects, the foundation offers potential partners the opportunity to fill in its evaluation form

    Project proposals are first analyzed by our executive team. Those that successfully pass this initial step are then reviewed by the foundation’s Board, meeting as often as necessary.

    If the project corresponds to our values, principles, approach and focus areas, the applicant will be contacted to agree on objectives, evaluation criteria, a project implementation plan, a detailed budget and a reporting agenda.

    A funding agreement will be signed, including all this information and defining the duties of both parties.