African Entrepreneur Collective Featured in Forthcoming Book!

African Entrepreneur Collective Featured in Forthcoming Book!

Categorized as: , , , , , , on April 8, 2017. Related Grantees: Agora Partnerships, Akilah Institute for Women, Asante Africa Foundation, Jibu, LivelyHoods, The BOMA Project, Upaya Social Ventures.

SEED PARTNER UPDATE: African Entrepreneur Collective in East Africa: Part 3  Editor’s note: We’re thrilled to announce that our new grantee partner, African Entrepreneur Collective (AEC), will be featured in a forthcoming book, Beyond a Thousand Hills....Read more
The Story of Ending Poverty in the Least Likely Place

The Story of Ending Poverty in the Least Likely Place

Categorized as: , , , , , , on January 7, 2017. Related Grantees: African Entrepreneur Collective, Agora Partnerships, Firelight Foundation, Freedom From Hunger, Grameen Foundation, Kiretono Resource Centre through AID Tanzania, LivelyHoods, Upaya Social Ventures.

  Editor’s note: Our partners at The BOMA Project believe fiercely in the potential of a mother’s love and intelligence and have found practical ways to get mothers to work in a rural region of Kenya where few jobs exist. Can BOMA really alleviate hunger...Read more
A Most Shining Star Disappeared: R.I.P. John Medo

A Most Shining Star Disappeared: R.I.P. John Medo

Categorized as: , , , , , , , & Tagged as: , , , , , , on April 2, 2016. Related Grantees: Advancing Girls Education: AGE Africa, Akilah Institute for Women, Asante Africa Foundation, Kiretono Resource Centre through AID Tanzania.

By Suzanne Skees John’s brother Eli says: “We don’t want to say goodbye. He was a dream boy–one of our most shining stars disappearing–as simple as that.” This week, my dear young friend John Medo, the inspiration for and first...Read more