About Us

Pink Africa Foundation was founded on January 19, 2017 and duly registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), Nigeria on May 2, 2018 as a non- governmental, non-profit organization with the mission to improve the education, health and economic well-being of African women and children through worldwide collaboration.

Pink Africa Foundation was established by a coalition of volunteer professionals in Africa. We believe and work with sincerity of purpose, focused on our goals to impact our world positively for the better.

Pink Africa Foundation is a member of the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC), contributing to the global fight against cancer.

Every October since 2018, the Foundation organizes the Calabar Go Pink Day (CGPD), bringing together over 64 partner groups and 200 volunteers in a roadwalk to raise awareness on breast, cervical and prostate cancer (pics). CGPD impacts over 3000 participants each year, carrying out free advocacy and screening, donation of post-mastectomy bras to breast cancer survivors, and fundraising for treatment of cancer patients. It is arguably one of the largest medical outreaches in the region.

The CGPD21 medical outreach gave birth to the Boobs Pledge, a pledge by girls and women for regular breast self-examination. In 2022, CGPD22 introduced BOLD STORIES, tales by breast cancer survivors in their own words, to encourage others to #CheckBoldly, TreatBoldly and WalkBoldly.

On World Cancer Day 2023, Pink Africa Foundation launched Pink Empress, the support group for breast cancer survivors across Africa.
Read Pink Empress Launch Impact Report

Our Vision

To ensure that African children are educated and women are physically, mentally, socially and economically empowered.

Our Mission

To positively impact present and future generations of African women and children for a better tomorrow.

Our Objectives

  1. Better Africa by empowering the women and children to actualize their potentials in education, health and social well-being.
  2. Network globally to sustainably improve on the educational, economic, social, political and health status of the African woman.
  3. Raise future leaders that would uphold the rights of the girl child and women, thus bridging the parity gap in Africa.

Core Values



Health care