Who We Are

Rebuilding Lives for the Future

The World Bank defines poverty as living on less than $1.90 per day. The World Bank recognizes that poverty is hunger, lack of shelter, being sick and not being able to see a doctor, not having access to school, not knowing how to read, not having a job, fearing for the future, losing a child to a curable illness, and living one day at a time. It also understands that poverty is powerlessness and a lack of representation and freedom.

Reducing poverty in Africa necessitates that we address everything from social development and physical health to education and vocational training. We offer several options that aid the reduction of poverty in Africa, including: Human Capital Development Projects, Community/social development programs and Mentorship Programs.

At Zion Signatures we understand that knowledge is power and are constantly seeking ways to empower individuals with knowledge and the ability to integrate all of that information in order to make well-informed decisions regarding their lives.


To become a world-class authority for health and financial advocacy


To equip underserved communities to reach their greatest potential and to build a network of values based on excellence, honesty, equality, and respect

Poverty is a Changeable Condition, Not a Permanent One