Our name implies our main purpose - the American Pan-African Relief Agencies and its partners provide relief materials, educational equipment, financial support, and medical supplies to save lives and to fulfill emergency needs in helping the Aids orphans, people living with HIV/AIDS and as well as for the promotion of prevention of Malaria and tuberculosis. Also our organization has been fully involved in many relief services to victims of numerous disasters both here in the United States and around the world since our inception.

There are singular events still very fresh in our memories. One close to us in the United States is the September 11, 2001, terrorist attack when the World Trade Center towers in New York were destroyed, leaving thousands dead and billions of dollars in financial loss. APARA was proud to be part of the collective efforts headed by The Red Cross, Safe Horizon, The Salvation Army and the 9/11 United Services Corps on behalf of the African immigrants in New York affected by this disaster.

APARA, in partnership with other international relief organizations provided both financial and other relief assistance to many affected victims. During 2001 and 2002, APARA provided financial and other material relief and assistance to over 1000 victims of the September 11th World Trade Center terrorist attack. 

Since 2003 APARA has been in partnership with other organizations both here in the U.S. and in Africa have provided food and other relief materials/educational equipment including medical/pharmaceutical supplies to many African countries and embarked on building children's center, housing and health clinic projects for AIDS Orphans and people living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda.  

Below is listed some of our current projects:

AIDS Orphans and Their Challenges

Helping AIDS Orphans

Adopt or Sponsor A Child

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