Public campaigns have successfully hastened the end of injustices such as slavery and apartheid. In 2005 The Make Poverty History movement called on political leaders to change their policies on trade, debt and aid that keep so many millions of people in poverty.

Advantage Africa's supporters are active in current campaigns for justice among the world's poorest people. And our partner organisations in Africa constantly campaign for improved services for people affected by poverty, disability and HIV in their communities.

Advantage Africa shares its project experience to help change the policies and practices that cause continued suffering in Africa. Our advocacy aims to change the way in which power, resources, and ideas are created, consumed and distributed so that people in Africa have greater rights and opportunities.

Advantage Africa is a member of the Enough Food IF campaign which aims to help tackle world hunger.

Join the Stop AIDS campaign.

Advantage Africa is also actively campaigning and advocating at the local level in East Africa. For example we are working with our partner Kibwezi Disabled Person’s Organisation to fight for the rights of people with disabilities in Kenya through our disability rights advocacy.

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Also see how our partner Rescue Team for HIV & AIDS is working to educate and advocate for people living with HIV in their community.

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