The Africa Mentoring Association (AMA) is a non-profit association of African mentoring professionals and mentees in the higher, second cycle, and basic education sectors, business, not-for-profit, for-profit, and government sectors. It’s AMA’s goal to offer the most current information in the constantly evolving field of mentoring best practices in an organized, accessible, and easy-to-use format. AMA’s credentialed Mentors bring unique experiences and a fresh perspective from their various fields of mentoring.
AMA sees mentoring as the most effective lever available for transforming the quality and effectiveness of human growth and national development. A series of mentoring workshops, professional virtual engagements (via several platforms), mentoring articles/publications/presentations etc, provide the ingredients and avenue for discussing mentoring best practices, trends, emerging new ideas, and strategies. In this way, AMA expects to truly contribute to developing the human capital of Africa
As an African network of dynamic individuals who have demonstrated evidence of successful mentoring in their careers, who are committed to increasing their ability to continually model effective mentoring practices, and who will gladly share their experience and knowledge with others, AMA is committed to attaining its stated objectives and realizing its vision.
An effectively capacitated African folk contributing to sustainable development of the continent
To serve as the Professional Society for Mentors and Mentees within the African Continent.
1. To create African communities for sharing best practices that lead to highly effective mentoring efforts in the continent
2. To provide a forum for mentors and mentees Africa
3. Do all such other things as are incidental to or conducive to the attainment of all or any of the above objectives.