FEAT Africa Foundation

Feat Africa is a faith-based non-profit organization that was founded as Hope for African Transformational Services (HATS) and registered as a national NGO in South Sudan in 2013. Currently, it operates in Uganda (Koboko, Arua, and Pakwach); and the Aru territory, the Democratic Republic of Congo. FEAT AFRICA exists to provide spiritual and physical services to people affected by poverty, disease, and famine, through the Loveliness of God by bringing safe and living water and improving food and income security for the unreached, and vulnerable community.

Mathew Loguya and his wife Kojo Elizabeth

Feat Africa was founded by Loguya Matthew on August 15, 2013; as Hope for African Transformational Services (HATS) in South Sudan. Throughout his career, he realized that human has some daunting environmental, and spiritual problems compounded with a lack of knowledge about the gospel and health. He began preaching, teaching pastors, and installing Biosand filters in Kajo-keji, Juba, Yei, and Mundri South Sudan before spreading to the West Nile region of Uganda, and the Aru Territory of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Feat Africa is governed by a Board of Directors, established in 2017. The first board members of this organization voluntarily accept to steer the organization in a stakeholders meeting called in October 2017.

Focusing on self-reliance; the Capacity building is a long process in which project stakeholders participate and contribute to shaping their development that will also further community impact. Loguya holds a bachelor's degree in Social Work and Community Health and received multiple onsite training on Water Sanitation and Hygiene by Tal Woolsey who lives in Canada, Tal works as CAWST Global Technical Advisor. Later, Loguya taught Daria, Daria taught Nelson, Nelson taught David, Victor, and others and they have provided safe water to over 20 thousand people

FEAT AFRICA's existence to provide spiritual and physical services to people affected by poverty, disease, and, famine, through the Loveliness of God is being guided by the vision, mission, and values as stated below.


A Healthy God-fearing Society.


Empower Communities through the loveliness of God.


The FEAT AFRICA guiding principles describe the attributes of a Good Servant.

  1. Accountability
  2. Stewardship
  3. Humility
  4. Integrity
  5. Resilience
  6. Teamwork

Strategic Focus Areas

  1. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: The objective is to improve the health of communities through access to safe water and sanitation.
  2. Sustainable Livelihoods for household and Community transformation: The objective is to increase household food and income security
  3. Organizational Leadership and growth: The Objective is to enhance the organizational capacity to effectively perform its functions and realize the organization’s goal.
  4. Evangelism and Discipleship: The objective is to promote spiritual growth and development through Evangelism and Discipleship.