A Child For All, ACFA Inc.

ACFA's vision is " a Mali where all children are afforded the tools necessary for a successful future." We march towards that vision by executing our mission: " to provides Mali's vulnerable children a safe and loving environment which fosters their health, learning, happiness, and success." ACFA was founded from the personal experience of its founder, Kadiatou F. Sidibe, who was separated from her mother from age 3 to 26 and was raised by a single father in Bamako, Mali. Our goal is to turn risk into opportunities. We take street vulnerable children exposed to drug, prostitution, robbery, criminal activities, and give them a home with caring staff, food, heal...
Jan 20, 2015

Happy New Year

The children of ACFA from Bamako, Mali wish you a happy new 2015 year. Thanks to your support they are eager to continue thriving both academically and on the sport arena. We have accomplished a lot in 2014 and are looking forward to more success in 2015 thanks to your support. The first dorm is completed, and we are building annexes to allow children to move to Zorokoro in April 2015. The children enjoyed their New Year celebration at Zorokoro and enjoyed the large land they have at their disposal on the 5 acre property. School resumed on 05 Jan 2015.

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Dec 2, 2014

Giving Tuesday

children in front of their classroom
children in front of their classroom

After Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, today is Giving Tuesday!!!!! We invite you to be part of this special movement and prove that we can all give as well as get!!!

We are so grateful for your continuing support of the vulnerable children of Mali. Your mindfulness of the hungry, the sick, the homeless, the hopeless, and your concern to assist by deed, those who cry out for what most of us take for granted, is what keeps ACFA afloat. We give thanks for your support and your efforts that allow us to provide the ACFA children with food, clothes, health care, education, and skills that will allow them to be self-sufficient and to support Mali’s economic development.

Our work is only possible because of your generosity. Thank you for supporting our efforts towards attaining our vision.

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Dec 2, 2014

Giving Tuesday

children in front of their classroom
children in front of their classroom

After Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, today is Giving Tuesday!!!!! We invite you to be part of this special movement and prove that we can all give as well as get!!!

We are so grateful for your continuing support of the vulnerable children of Mali. Your mindfulness of the hungry, the sick, the homeless, the hopeless, and your concern to assist by deed, those who cry out for what most of us take for granted, is what keeps ACFA afloat. We give thanks for your support and your efforts that allow us to provide the ACFA children with food, clothes, health care, education, and skills that will allow them to be self-sufficient and to support Mali’s economic development.

Our work is only possible because of your generosity. Thank you for supporting our efforts towards attaining our vision. 

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