My name is Angelina Joseph. Growing up in Paris, France, I discovered a prominent magazine “En Mission avec Eux” (“In Mission with Them”), that captivated me as it described the life and work of missionaries in French-speaking Africa and the Caribbean. The vivid photos and amazing stories helped me as a youngster to mentally escape the winters of Paris. Seeing the suffering of the communities, I was compelled to support them in any way I could.
After moving to the United States, I began to volunteer in my church and with UNICEF and the Red Cross. I discovered practical methods for helping communities effectively. Through this experience, I found it is crucial to address not only social issues like health, education, and nutrition, but also engage in economic development and environmental advocacy and protection; This is what makes HFAM different from other charities.
After completing two Masters in Psychology and Divinity, in Berkeley and training at Stanford, I founded Health for All Mission. The objective of Health for all Mission is to create a holistic and comprehensive model for improving the lives of impoverished people in developing countries. I developed partnerships in the USA, France, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, and Belize to support initiatives and projects focused towards alleviating human suffering and fighting poverty in our world today.
Please join us! Together, we can make a difference.
Executive Director & Founder
Coordinator for Sierra Leone
Coordinator for Cameroon
Coordinator for Central America
Coordinator for Pygmies in Cameroon
Angelina is a Lecturer and Public speaker. She has worked on projects related to economic development between the Republic of Gabon and Governor Kenny Guinn’s office of diplomatic Relations and protocol in Nevada. She collaborated with civil rights advocate Dorothy Height who was a recipient of the the presidential medal of freedom and congressional Gold Medal. Currently, she leads projects related to bringing medical assistance, clean water and solar energy to the Pygmy community in Cameroon.
Houston provided professional counseling services at the Betty Ford Center. Later he became a missionary veteran who worked and lived in South East Asia for ten years. He Developed alcohol and drug rehabilitation programs in Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam to counsel people struggling with alcohol and substance abuse. He took short- term mission trips to Kenya and Ethiopia including South America and reached out to HIV patients.
August became involved with international missions after spending his sophomore year living in Japan. He taught English in China before moving to Santiago, Chile to start an English school focused on middle and lower class students. He currently works as a Director within Healthcare IT.