Alternative Poverty Eradication Bureau for Africa (APEBA) is a Canadian based International humanitarian relief and development organization responding to human sufferings in the developing nations caused by civil wars or natural disasters among the population living below the poverty line particularly South Sudan, Sudan and Ethiopia. We also have partners ranging from small community based organizations (CBOs), support groups to national alliances and international networks.
APEBA in the developing nations (Africa/South Sudan) works with the rural poor and disadvantaged communities with the aim of improving their livelihoods by implementing development oriented projects/programs in the areas of health, education, water, sanitation and hygiene, income generating activities and sustainable agriculture. Our target beneficiaries include: war Orphans and vulnerable children, widows and disadvantaged women, youth, widowers and people with disabilities. APEBA promotes community empowerment by building local capacities to improve livelihoods.
For the last 13 years, APEBA has received funds from a couple of charities and development partners here in Canada. APEBA has effectively used the funds to implement viable projects, which are considered to be priority to the local populace. The organization uses participatory appraisal in identifying areas of immediate need and intervention.