MfA gives quality education to underprivileged young Zambians. It operates a commercial workshop repairing vehicles, the profits from which are used to help run the college. Students can specialise in the following:
- Diploma in Mechanics
- ICDL Computing course
- Workshop for Commercial Trucks
- Workshop for Private Vehicles
MfA was established as a college in 2002 by incredible visionaries Charlie and Sharonne Watt, with the support of Milford Baptist Church. Charlie and Sharonne ran the college until leaving in 2014 when Charlie took a senior role in Zambia's mining industry. Milford Baptist continues to be the major support link between the UK and Zambia. The current Principals are Harry and Sarah Weld-Forester.