Building a more inclusive Africa through research, community support, and partnerships
We believe in a world free of discrimination
We work with community leaders and community-based organizations across the Central Africa Region to build capacity structures and systems for social change.
Our programs are designed to respond directly to the needs of each community, providing resources to local organizations and assisting them in achieving their goals. We do this through research and analysis to inform laws and policies, community support & engagement to enact social change, and enable effective domestic, national, and regional partnerships.
Our story began in 2010 when community members founded MOLI with a vision of more inclusive African societies. Since then, we’ve grown from a small nonprofit to one of the most social impacting and ecosystem-building organizations, working to create systemic change in the Central Africa Region.
What we do
Advancing research and knowledge
We support the growth of movements by creating knowledge that can be utilized to address significant issues in communities. Our research is guided by community involvement, the pursuit of facts, integrity, and the principle of doing no harm. We examine policies and initiatives to see how they affect equality and inclusion in various communities.
Our approach to inclusion is founded on human rights principles and respect for individual liberties since inclusion is not about the privileged opening doors for the excluded. Read more
In our view, social capital is both an essential and unique aspect of our shared humanity and catalyzes unprecedented gains. We aim to partner with community-based organizations to empower individuals to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary for successful social participation. With that comes an increased sense of empowerment and self-esteem, which helps people live more fulfilling lives.
We provide the tools and opportunities necessary for effective inclusion in the economic system and foster social safety nets. The model combines facilitation with training, networking, and coaching access to build capital. Read more
We aim to strengthen the ability of national and local organizations that we feel are best suited to answer the needs of people in their settings due to their contextual knowledge and cultural sensitivity to local languages.
We work with community leaders and organizations through training and other practical learning methodologies providing interaction and peer learning opportunities. Read more
Questions & Answers
MOLI works to strengthen respect for human rights through research and documentation of cases of abuse and violence based on sexual orientation and real or supposed gender identity. The organization also provides resources and support to local community-based organizations in the Central Africa Region to help them achieve their goals and promote social change.
MOLI was founded in 2010 by community members with the goal of creating more inclusive societies in Africa.
MOLI offers programs that are designed to respond directly to the needs of each community, including research and analysis to inform laws and policies, community support and engagement to enact social change, and partnerships at the domestic, national, and regional levels.
There are many ways to get involved with MOLI, including volunteering your time, donating funds or resources, and spreading awareness about the organization and its mission. You can also contact MOLI directly to learn more about how you can support their work.
Since its founding, MOLI has grown from a small nonprofit organization to one of the most socially impactful and ecosystem-building organizations in the Central Africa Region. It works to create systemic change in the region through its programs and initiatives.