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NMIA We dedicated to improve the lives of Nuba people who have affected by social injustice, ethnic cleansing and genocidal exterminations.







We do this by providing:

  Direct Services

We provide direct services, we connect people and communities with services they need to alleviate their sufferings.

We offer voluntary personalized support to Nuba victims within the region, forced displacements and refugees.

  Community Outreach Services

We develop community programs to address the day-to-day concerns of survivors.

We delivers clothing and medical aids to those in need.

NMIA branches in every country committee to provide social adjustment services for the newly arrivals refugees and immigrants in order to adjust into the new environment. 

We help our members with cultural assimilation, job assistance programs help bring employers and those in need of jobs together.

  System Change

We partner with institutions and humanitarian corporations to change the way the society can eradicate poverty and obliterate illiteracy.  

We investigate and expose the facts, whenever and wherever abuses happen to the targeted population.

We lobby governments, and other powerful groups such as nongovernmental institutions and human rights advocates, making sure they keep their promises and respect international law and to help fight injustice.

By telling the powerful stories of the people we work with, we mobilize millions of supporters around the world to campaign for change and to stand in defense of activists on the forefront.

We support people to claim their rights through education and training.



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