MISSION

Agency for African Families in Distress is about connecting with individuals, families, communities, and institutions at national, regional, and international levels to promote mental health and psychological well-being.

AAFID is about the protection of civilians in conflict-torn environments in Africa and worldwide.

AAFID is about the mobilization of communities, national, regional, and international cooperation to break the cycle of violence and accelerate public safety, security, and development in every nation in Africa and worldwide.

AAFID is about the restoration of the dignity of the human race.

AAFID is about the restoration of the dignity of womanhood.

AAFID is about psychological services for civilian trauma survivors.

AAFID is about psychological services for prisoners.

AAFID is about psychological services for police and military trauma survivors.

AAFID is about psychosocial support to individuals, families, and communities in distress.

AAFID is about sensitizing, mobilizing women and girls to accelerate social change, public safety, security, and development.

Inspiring, sensitizing women and girls on their fundamental role, relevance and potential in the upliftment of their societies and in inspiring and strengthening the values of peace and nation-building.

AAFID is about bridging the gaps in knowledge and institutional capacities for women and children development to rebuild communities, nations, and global civilization

AAFID is about transforming and empowering communities and institutions to break the cycle of violence and accelerate public safety

AAFID is about promoting diversity and inclusion

The Vision of Agency for African Families in Distress

AAFID is about bridging the gaps in knowledge and institutional capacities; transformation and empowerment of communities and institutions to break the cycle of violence and accelerate public safety, security and development, integrating cutting edge issues of diversity and inclusion, through a Three-Dimensional Psychological Intervention Strategy (3-DPIS)

VISION

Bridging the gaps in knowledge and institutional capacities; transforming and empowering communities and institutions to mainstream the psychological dimension as a priority in the agenda for women, children and youth development, education, health, social and criminal justice in order to break cycle of violence and accelerate public safety, integrating cutting edge issues of diversity and inclusion.