Africa Advocacy Foundation

What we offer

Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) supports and empowers vulnerable and disadvantaged people. We are a community-led initiative that aims to equip diaspora communities and marginalised peoples with the tools they need to find health, safety, prosperity and opportunity to lead fulfilling and happy lives. 

AAF works with communities both in the UK and overseas who are affected by a range of issues including: sexual and reproductive health, violence against women and girls, female genital mutilation (FGM) and mental health issues. 

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A free society where individuals can make informed choices, maintain good health, and fulfill their potential without fear or restriction.


Our mission is to provide practical, social, education and community support to those who are disadvantaged, vulnerable, living in poverty, have illnesses particularly within migrant communities primarily in the UK and Europe as well as in parts of Africa



AAF is committed to the following values that underpin our standards and determine how we undertake our activities:

  • CLIENT-CENTERED: We strive at all times to ensure that service users’ satisfaction is at the centre of our work

  • INTEGRITY & TRUST: We are committed to the highest ethical standards in our internal and external relationships at all times

  • EXCELLENCE: We seek to attain the highest quality of service delivery and outcomes for the communities we serve

  • INCLUSIVITY: We promote participation and access to services by all beneficiaries and give a voice to those who are marginalised

  • TRANSPARENCY: We are open, accountable and responsive to all our stakeholders and service users

  • COLLABORATION: We work in partnership with a variety of organisations to enhance our interagency work and improve our responsiveness to the multifaceted problems with which we concern ourselves

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"AAF's commitment to putting our service users at the centre of our activities builds trust in our services and gives beneficiaries a voice and the ability to influence services."

Denis Onyango  |   Programs Director


The National Lottery Community Fund

City Bridge Trust

The National Lottery SE/People’s Health Trust

Home Office -BSBT

Public Health England

BBC Children in Need


Lloyds Bank Foundation

Lambeth Council

HIV Prevention England

The Clothworkers Foundation

Ministry of Justice

Trust for London

Deptford Challenge Trust

The Henry Smith Charity

Gilead Sciences


The London Community Foundation

Lewisham Council

Merck, Sharpe & Dohme

ViiV Healthcare

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Location: 76 Elmer Rd, London SE6 2ER, United Kingdom
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+44 20 8698 4473
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