Mission Africa are an interdenominational evangelical missionary organisation who work in Nigeria, Chad, Burkina Faso and Kenya. Our key areas are in training the African church, helping those who are marginalised and sharing the Gospel of Jesus.

Mission Africa (formerly known as the Qua Iboe Mission and subsequently the Qua Iboe Fellowship) is an interdenominational, evangelical, Christian mission organisation. When founded in 1887, by the Irish independent missionary Samuel Bill, the organisation ministered in Nigeria. Today, it works in Nigeria, Burkina Faso and Chad, while maintaining headquarters in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The current Chief Executive is the Reverend Dr Paul Bailie. The organisation's missionary efforts today are focused on theological education, church planting and evangelism, Hospitals and medical work, HIV/AIDS ministries, and compassionate work with vulnerable children.  Mission Africa is headquartered in Belfast, but has regional representatives in Scotland and England.

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