Become a Volunteer

We need you and your help !
It’s impossible to help people without people helping others. We always need volunteers who loves to help.

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The success of Women Africa International to date is also possible thanks to our great volunteers and the work they do. As a volunteer in Nigeria or another of the needy countries in Africa you have the opportunity to help our women, girls and children. Through you the people living in these countries receive a different world view, an improved education, first leadership qualities and a better education, which will lead to better future perspectives.

Your support could be in the following areas:

  • Medical examinations that often save lives.
  • Offering nutritious food
  • Health and hygiene training
  • Educational support
  • Providing access to specialised services such as operations and disaster relief.
  • Mentoring to help children discover their incredible value as God’s children.

When the people concerned find out that they have taken over a mentoring assignment, the joy they feel is indescribable. Knowing that someone around the world is interested means more than you can imagine.

Volunteering at Women Africa International

Working as a volunteer for a needy woman, girl and child will change her future and maybe last but not least her own life.

If you are interested in volunteering in our organization, whether from home or here or would like more information, please fill out the registration form  below and we will contact you as soon as possible.

Women Africa International would like to thank all our previous volunteers for their commitment in supporting our projects. Your support is an integral part of our organisation!

Also, whether you volunteer at a Christian conference, festival or headquarters, you have countless opportunities to make a difference! Choose your action today and support the liberation of women, children and teenagers from poverty in the name of Jesus.

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Change the life of a women or a child in poverty.

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