Our Services

Though our major concerns and commitments is providing all relevant and adequate services to AIDS orphans, people living with HIV/AIDS and the prevention of Malaria and Tuberculosis in Africa but APARA  also provides services to the African Immigrant community and other immigrants in the United States. As a young and growing organization who started full operations in 2000, APARA is aware of the enormous tasks and challenges pertaining to service delivery. In this connection, APARA have signed Linkage Services Agreements with reputable organizations with whom services are being jointly delivered.

APARA's offices are currently located at 3720 Olinville Avenue, in the Bronx, New York. APARA"S offices was previously located at 2403 2nd Avenue, New York, NY 10035 and relocated to its present office for logistics reasons and also to be within the area of densely packed, diverse ethnic groups in the New York metropolitan area that it serves

The photo to the left is showing Mr. Emmanuel M.I. Omokha,Sr. Executive Director of APARA in Suit wearing glasses in front of over 300 African immigrants in a group photograph in New York City who were affected by the 9/11 world Trade Center disaster in 2001. The immigrants were at the APARA’s office to receive financial assistance and other relief materials. Each immigrant was paid four thousand dollars ($4,000.00) in addition to other assistance that include food, clothing and rental housing assistance for a long period of time


Copyright ©1999 - 2012 The American Pan-African Relief Agencies, Inc. All Rights Reserved.