Pioneers-Africa is part of the International Fellowship of PIONEERS which currently has workers serving in over 94 countries around the world.

In 1986, a Ghanaian medical doctor by name Dr. Solomon Aryeetey and his wife Leticia lived among the Fulani Muslims in Mali learning the language and showing God's love and sharing the good news from hut-to-hut through mobile medical clinics. Through that a small band of believers were discipled and began taking the gospel to their own people. What began as a "feeble" effort in 1996 is now called Pioneers-Africa and has today, by the grace of God, grown to involve 143 African workers  and volunteers who are serving 44 Unreached People Groups (UPG’s) in 13 African countries. 

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Seeking 300 People Supporting Pioneers-Africa with $30/month by the end of 2015.

Pioneers-Africa field missionaries live on less than $3 support per day. For less than the price of one cup of coffee per day, you have the power to change that.

Pioneers-Africa is campaigning to find 300 partners who will walk along side these amazing, sacrificial missionaries, supporting them in their life giving work and helping to improve their quality of life.

To help raise the living wage of Pioneers-Africa missionaries by an additional $3/month.