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Tel: 00 (44) 742 8150 352 Abraham's Seed is registered in England & Wales no: 1149459

Abraham’s Seed


We are a Christian organisation based in the UK. We work both in the UK and Africa, specifically in Cote d’Ivoire, Burkina Faso, Mali and Ghana. In Africa we help orphans and children living on the streets by providing shelter in the homes of kind and loving families and we are in the process of building our own houses of blessings (orphanages).


Abraham’s Seed | Our Action in Cote d’Ivoire

We are a Christian organisation based in the UK. We work both in the UK and Africa. We help orphans and children living on the streets by providing shelter in the homes of kind and loving families... [view more]
In September 2014 we started a collection of teaching resources for Niangbameko Primary school in Cote d’Ivoire. The school is composed of only 2 classes year1 and year2.
The school governors, parents and pupils came together to welcome and celebrate Abraham’s Seed action. One parent said that his son did not go to school for 2 weeks because he could not afford to buy him a pen.
Niangbameko Primary school is only one school among thousands that need support. Abraham’s Seed believes that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” Nelson Mandela. We collect teaching materials throughout the year.

Why do we help the children?

Many of the children we help have lived through traumatic or difficult circumstances. In Cote d’Ivoire and Mali, for instance, war and political strife have had devastating effects on the villages which have been taken over by rebels. Children who were chased out of their homes have found their way to the cities. Alone and homeless, they survive as best they can.



Our mission statement

We strongly believe that every child has the right to a decent childhood, which means being housed; having an adult to look after him or her; being provided with food and clothes; and having access to education and health. We believe that without this minimum, it is significantly difficult for a child to grow up to lead a normal adult life. We also believe that every child has the potential to achieve much more when the opportunities and the time to learn and develop are given.