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Background of Impacting Villages in Africa Ministries.


Who We Are


Impacting Villages in Africa Ministries, Inc. is a Non-Profit 501c3 Corporation in the USA and a

Registered LLC NGO in Uganda Africa.


Mission Statement


The mission of IVIAM is to promote health, economic development, Humanitarian relief, youth

programs, and education; help to develop good character, integrity, a positive attitude, positive

self-esteem, and leadership qualities for children and families in the impoverished regions of





Our vision is to foster the needs of impoverished children and families by giving them the means

to build healthy, sustainable communities for themselves. We believe in developing sustainable

agricultural opportunities for villagers. We believe in providing opportunities for the people of

Africa, empowering them to move forward despite their economic or educational situation. We

“help them, help themselves.” Our Motto is: “Give a man a fish and feed him for one day; teach

a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime.” Our long-term goal is to have an Orphanage for severely

disadvantaged babies and children.


What We Do


➢ Our ministry works in areas of the country that are severely improvised and where child

mortality is skyrocketing due to AIDS and Malaria, and children who commonly suffer

from “worm disease” due to the contaminated water in the country.


➢ IVIAM is committed to developing programs for the children and families in the

community, which promote self-sufficiency and poverty relief. We have established and

developed a sustainable agricultural opportunity for villagers in the breeding and selling of

pigs. Utilizing these programs, we encourage them to start their own businesses. We show

them how to sustain themselves and how to become more independent.


➢ We provide water tankers in villages, which collect water during their rainy season. Due

to contaminated water in nearby ponds, rainwater will aid in giving the children clean



➢ IVIAM has organized and established a Sanitary Pad initiative to help teen girls attend

school during the time of their menstrual cycle. Many teens stay home because they don’t

have the financial resources to purchase items to protect themselves each month. This

project is supported in many villages in Uganda and will expand to other countries.


➢ Working with our partners abroad, we help aid and facilitate a street ministry project to

bring teen boys off the street and into a safe environment.


➢ In order to meet the immediate needs of the villages, our ministry also provides feeding

programs, and activities for the children during our mission trips and these programs will

continue on the ground throughout the year.


➢ IVIAM provides several orphanages with toothbrushes, toothpaste, hygiene products,

clothing, sandals, clinic supplies, mosquito nets, and other items to help the children.

➢ We help to facilitate other projects such as entrepreneurial development programs for

families, educational programs for children, and mentorship programs. We want children

to understand that they are defined by their circumstances and that they can excel in being

the best and achieve all the resources available to them.

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