ABOUT US
Pioneers-Africa is part of the International Fellowship of PIONEERS which currently has workers serving in over 94 countries around the world.

In 1986, a Ghanaian medical doctor by the name Dr. Solomon Aryeetey and his wife Leticia lived among the Fulani Muslims in Mali learning the language and showing God's love and sharing the good news from hut-to-hut through mobile medical clinics.

Through that, a small band of believers were discipled and began taking the gospel to their own people. 
   
What began as a "feeble" effort in 1996 is now called Pioneers-Africa and has today, by the grace of God, grown to involve 143 African workers and volunteers who are serving 44 Unreached People Groups (UPG’s) in 13 African countries. 
EARLY PIONEERS
  1. Rev. Dr. SOLOMON & LETICIA ARYETEY
    Dr. Solomon Aryeetey and his wife Leticia were the first African missionaries to be sent by PIONEERS. They served among the Fulani people group in Mali, and later started a movement to raise and send indigenous African Missionaries across Africa, today called PIONEERS AFRICA.
  2. TED FLETCHER
    TED FLETCHER the founder of PIONEERS was very passionate about the vision of Pioneers Africa. He together with many other Africans championed the idea of missions in Africa led by Africans.
  3. JOHN FLETCHER
    Some refer to him as an African in an American skin. John the son of Ted, has been a bulwark advocate for the mission in Africa from inception
  4. Prof Kofi Anane Feni
    Prof. Kofi Ananse Feni a Physics professor at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana has served as the Board Chairman of Pioneers-Africa for many years and still an integral part of our Mission.
  5. Rev. Dr. T.B. Dankwa
    Affectionately called Uncle T.B has been the father and mentor of many Pioneers Africa leaders. His life has impacted the life of many Christians in Ghana, and Africa. Until recently was the Board Chair of Pioneers-Ghana.