Building a Better Future

Advantage Africa supports people affected by poverty, disability and HIV to improve their education, health and incomes. Our work helps some of East Africa’s most vulnerable people to overcome prejudice, help themselves and build a better future for their families and communities.

In 2017, renowned journalist Jon Snow presented a BBC Radio 4 Appeal for our project in Uganda protecting people with the genetic condition of albinism from skin cancer.

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1 billion people with disabilities globally, 80% in developing countries

People with albinism in Africa are persecuted & die early of skin cancer

1 in 25 adults in Africa, living          with HIV 

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'African Sanctus' Concert in Milton Keynes

On Sunday 7th July, the Cornerstone Chamber Choir, Cornerstone Young Voices & Instrumental Ensemble perform David Fanshawe's Acclaimed 'African Sanctus' at Milton Keynes City Church in support of Advantage Africa.

 

 

Summer Concert in Olney

Olney Community Choir 'Singing for All!' hold their Summer Concert with music from films and shows on Saturday 22nd June at the Cowper Memorial URC Church.

All proceeds raised will go to Advantage Africa.

 

 

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