This Human Rights Day we’re remembering the importance of education
Even In The Best Families
We are helping people in northern Uganda access treatment for mental illnesses.
‘Mama Sophia’ In Uganda
Di McCann, mother of N4A Executive Director Sophie McCann, visited our projects in 2015.
A Time To Heal?
9 December marked the first International Commemoration of Victims of Genocide.
When Does A Refugee Camp Become Home?
Refugees around the world face this question.
N4A founder Rebecca Tinsley and N4A psychologist Barbara Bauer visited refugee camps in Chad to offer counselling.
The Birds & The Bees…And The Pigs & The Produce
N4A and PCCO’s new agricultural project in Patongo, northern Uganda.
London Lunch For Patongo Women
A UK donor, Liberty Wines, gave an Italian lunch for the latest Ribbe Aye Teko project, a piggery.
World AIDS Day
Our counselors work tirelessly to prevent the spread of HIV and comfort those already HIV+.
Overcoming Hardship, Looking To The Future
Grace has had an incredibly hard life. But with help from Network for Africa, things are starting to improve.