The Northeast Ohio African America Health Network’s mission is to promote, preserve and improve the health and well-being of populations, communities, and individuals. To fulfill this mission, we provide prevention information, treatment education and supportive services in the areas of HIV/AIDS, diabetes, cancer, substance abuse and cardiovascular disease in community and faith-based settings.
APNET’s mission is to provide a forum that unites professionals of African origin and their allies to promote and facilitate charitable and educational initiatives among members and the larger communities they belong to. Membership of APNET is open to the general public.
African-American Ambassadors for Excellence in Advanced Practice Nursing is a nonprofit organization. The mission of AAEAPN is to provide Leadership, Empowerment, Mentorship and Education for the African-American Nurse Practitioner.
West African Education and Medical Mission (WAEMM) was founded in 2009 to provide a means for our contributors to help us in aiding the people of West African countries. WAEMM is a non-profit 501c3 corporation that accepts charitable donations for WAEMM projects in West Africa. The projects are chosen by the board and include education and medical objectives as well as many other projects to help achieve the goals of this mission.
The LAACC advocates and promotes the economic growth and development of African American owned businesses by focusing on business opportunities, alliances and legislative advocacy.
The Association of Ivorians in Cincinnati (AI.C.), aims to strengthen the relations of friendship, fraternity, and solidarity between Ivorians living in Cincinnati.