Mission Statement
  • To unite all Ngwa people resident in North America and other parts of the world;
  • To promote the social, educational, cultural, and economic advancement of Ngwas; and
  • To foster good relationships between Ngwas and members of other communities in the United States and other countries.

Who We Are

NGWA National Association USA is a charitable organization founded in 1986 with its mission focused on human and cultural advancements within the context of cultural sustainability. NNAUSA has impacted many lives in Nigeria and in the Diaspora and has committed a lot of resources to numerous projects through direct engagements and/or partnerships with institutions in the US and Nigeria. NNAUSA maintains numerous projects, including the Village Primary School Initiative (a program focused on rehabilitation of schools in Nigeria), NNAUSA Education and Outreach Foundation (a program through which NNAUSA provides academic scholarships and other recognitions for academic achievement to students of Ngwa extraction in Nigeria and in the Diaspora), and NNAUSA Tricycle Project (an intervention administered by the SDA Church Committee and through which NNAUSA addresses the mobility needs of the physically- disabled individuals in Ngwa land). Also, since 2015, NNAUSA embarked on a building project – the Ngwa Unity Complex situated at Osisioma Ngwa, Aba, Nigeria. When completed, the project will, among other things, house a one-stop cultural, educational, skills acquisition, and healthcare center.

Contact Us!

Should you have inquiries, please contact us online by clicking here or call us at 1-267-992-3660 or 1-240-481-1487.

NGWA National Association USA Inc.

(A 501(c3) Non-Profit Corporation)

Our Mission

  • Unite Ngwa people in North America and the globe;
  • Promote social, educational, cultural and economic advancement of Ngwas;
  • Connect Ngwa community and others in the USA and the world.
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NGWA National Association USA (NNAUSA) is organized exclusively for charitable, cultural, religious, educational, and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as tax-exempt organizations under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code or any corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue Law. No part of the net earnings of the corporation shall inure to the benefit of or be distributed to its members, directors, officers, or other private persons…   Read More

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