Breakfast Africa

  • Africa lives on $1.25 a day or less, a principal factor in causing widespread hunger. Many parents cannot afford to give food to their school going children every school day.

    On average 8 out of 10 children will go without breakfast, the most important meal of the day. Worse still, most African children will have their first and at times only meal a day after 5 pm.




About Breakfast Africa

Our children whom we found on the streets, homeless, and oth- ers abandoned by parents and families; today are the pride of the community. Most have moved on to college and set precedence as the first to matriculate at universi- ties in the entire family. What a joy of delight to report this wonderful transformation!

According to the American Dietetic Association, children who eat breakfast perform better in the classroom and on the playground, with better concentration, problem-solving skills, and eye-hand coordination. Breakfast Africa aims to start feeding at least 20,000 children every morning with a balanced breakfast meal.