Partners4Africa is making an impact through the following projects in southern Africa. Here are a few ways to get involved:

  • S.H.I.N.E. - Spiritual help in nurturing & equipping

    Church Planting, Evangelistic Outreach, Leadership Seminars, Marriage & Family Seminars, and Youth Outreach Events are held throughout the year to strengthen the churches and communities throughout the areas where we serve. 

  • D.A.D.  - Drilling and drip irrigation

    Water wells provide fresh drinking water, irrigation for vegetable gardens, and protect thousands from water borne illnesses. This work alone has allowed us to show the love of God to thousands by helping supply a basic need for living. We then have been able to share the Good News of Jesus. Over 100 water wells have been drilled so far!

  • A.C.T. - African container transport

    P4A sends 40-foot containers full of clothing, medical supplies, sporting equipment, and textbooks to schools and families in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Lesotho, and Swaziland. Currently, two containers are sent annually. We continue to be blown away by the generosity of our partners both stateside (with donations) and in Africa (with distribution).

  • M.O.M. - making orphan meals

    We feed 1200 orphans and underprivileged children once a week in 4 countries. It costs as little as 50 cents to provide a balanced meal (meat, starch, two vegetables, and juice) for each child. 


    We have been given the opportunity to open a much needed high school in the Amazon area of Zimbabwe.  Amazon Christian Academy will open it's doors to students at the end of March 2021. ACA will educate day scholars and boarders. Construction on the freshmen wing has been completed. It is a thrill to be providing education to many who otherwise would not have the opportunity. 


    Amazon Clinic serves approximately 20,000 throughout multiple villages providing much needed services like obstetrics, inoculations, and treatment for snake bites, to name just a few. The clinic is almost completely self-sufficient through agricultural endeavors.