Health is wealth. Education is power. Empowerment is independence. Independence is freedom. And freedom is progress.


AMA Foundation (AMAF) is a nonprofit agency providing support in three key areas – Health, Empowerment and Education. The organization’s goal is to create a positive impact on the lives of people in Nigeria through better healthcare and education, which we believe is the cardinal driver for economic and social growth in any society


The AMA Foundation mission is broad and ambitious, yet we believe it can and will be achieved.


Ladies and Gentlemen, the year 2012 is an unprecedented year in the history of Nigeria. The challenges remain enormous, as the global recession will begin to affect countries in Africa due to the slow down especially in Europe – key development allies. The African economy is expected to grow at a rate of 4.3%, according to the World Bank.

The AMA Foundation is primarily geared towards changing lives.



2017 World Sight Day

October 12 is World Sight Day and to commemorate the day doctors from National Eye Center visited HAMI School to carry out vision screening for all the students and staff members. Refractive error is the second leading cause of avoidable blindness and greatly affects young school children. Unfortunately, due to lack of access to adequate […]


2017 Annual Health Outreach

We started our annual outreach program on the 26th May 2017. As with previous outreach programs our focus remained on eye care; treatment of minor ailments, dispensation of reading glasses. Some ask why vision? Visual impairment tends to have a domino effect on close relations and friends of the patient. Menial tasks become hurdles, most […]


School Barbecue

The students of HAMI school were treated to a barbecue during the December holidays. It was a fun filled day with loads to eat and drink. The founder was there and was able to meet all 80 students who were delighted with the activities. We took pictures and had a great time. We try to […]


Annual Letter 2017

The year 2016 was a hard one for Nigerians as the country fell into recession, jobs were lost and an overall hike in the price of all commodities. During this last year as people struggled to provide the basics for their families healthcare and education took a back seat, the need to survive was at […]



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