Africompassion works with different local Charities and community-based organizations in Capacity building and by bringing these small nonprofit charities to the next level of operation, programmatic, financial, or organizational maturity, so it may more effectively and efficiently advance the development missions into the future growth.
Being that Capacity building is not a one-time effort to improve short-term effectiveness, Africompassion in collaboration with other stake holders, do continuous improvement trainings in strategical manner and toward the creation of a sustainable and effective operations.
By working together, we look for many sources for capacity building assistance to our own organization and to other partner charities. Consultants are just one avenue. Web-based education, in-person training, peer-to-peer cohorts, communities of practice, and even through skilled volunteers are ways to offer the local charities boards/staffs’ excellent opportunities to move forward together as a team with one goal of eradicating poverty among the targeted groups.
In the capacity building initiative sector, Africompassion Team leaders are committed to working together with the local charity members in strengthening one another by using the sustainability Model to help build the capacity, enhance leadership and management skills, and foster successful partnership for the development of the people served. As part of our role to serve the poor, we provide research on the regional nonprofit sector to better inform leaders of our impact and the challenges we face.

Accountability
We are committed to financial discipline and transparency. As stewards of God’s money, it is our responsibility to ensure that each dollar is spent wisely and is stretched as far as possible. That’s why 91 percent of our income goes toward program support.