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Elikia-Africa is a UK charity that focuses on promoting education, entrepreneurial and IT skills among young people to empower them and relieve poverty. We believe that education has an impact on people’s mentality and that ignorance can also be the result of poor or no education. This is why the advancement of education is our first priority.

 Elikia-Africa aims at inspiring young people around the world through cultural and recreational activities that focus on African culture. We also believe that cultural differences and diversities should bring people together and we are committed to provide people with memorable experiences and a deeper understanding of Africa. We also believe that Africa is experiencing an economic expansion and is the market of the future which will create opportunities for every young person. Elikia-Africa will commit to equip young people with skills and know-how to live in the society of their choice. The organisation is non-sectarian and non-party-political but this does not prevent Elikia-Africa from concerning with matters of political and religious significance.

Elikia-Africa is charitable and everything we do is aiming at empowering people’s life and inspiring generations for the public benefit.



ELIKA-AFRICA will aim:


  • To act as a resource for young people living in the UK, Europe and Africa by providing advice and assistance
  • To  organise programs of Physical, educational and other activities as means of:  
  1. -  Advancing in life and helping young people by developing their skills, capacities and capabilities to enable them to participate in society  as independent, mature and responsible individuals;
  2. - Advancing education;
  3. -  Relieving unemployment;
  4. - Providing recreational and leisure time activity in the interests of social welfare for people living in the area of benefit ho have need by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disability, poverty or social and economic circumstances with a view to improving the conditions of life of such persons; and
  • To support such other charitable purposes to help those who are socially or economically disadvantaged as the trustees may in their absolute discretion determine.