AJL was founded in 1995 to provide free health care to the rural poor in the United States and Jamaica. In 1999, the foundation expanded its services to include free medical, educational, and spiritual support to the poor in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda as well. Our management team consists of a board of directors. AJL is not a membership organization; services and activities are provided and carried out by people who are willing to give back to the community and share our vision.,
AJL strives to empower poor rural communities to become more healthy and self-reliant. Through education, medical, spiritual, and social services; we help to train healthcare aides, teacher's assistants, office technologists, clergies, medical & public health students and sponsor capital projects. Our train-the-trainer approach reflects our commitment for each community to be a part of its own destiny. Our caring Doctors, Counselors, Educators, Ministers, and friends are committed to fighting poverty and social injustice. We benefit from our cultural diversity, and encourage effective servant-leaders to make the global community a healthier, wiser, more compassionate place to be.