Categorized as: Africa, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Our Partners, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Youth & Tagged as: Age Africa on August 25, 2018.
Advancing Girls Education: AGE Africa.
Here are some participants from Tri for Malawi 2017. On September 9, 2018, AGE Africa will host their tenth annual Tri for Malawi, a fundraiser for their scholarship program. If you wish to participate, you can register here. To donate to the fundraiser, click here....Read more
Categorized as: About us, Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Grantmaking strategy, Job Creation, Latin America, Our Partners, Pacific Islands, Poverty Alleviation, Social-impact investments, Stories, Storytelling, U.S., Youth & Tagged as: 2015 grantees, Age Africa, Agora Partnerships, AID Tanzania, Akilah Institute, Anseye Pou Ayiti, Batonga, Destiny Foundation, Educate Lanka, Family, Global Press Institute, Grantmaking, Hope 4 Honduran Children, JAAGO Foundation, Kiretono Resource Center, Medha, The School Fund, Upaya Social Ventures on September 19, 2015.
By Suzanne Skees for Skees Family Foundation We laughingly call SFF “the world’s tiniest foundation with the mightiest ambition” to end poverty worldwide, in our lifetime. How? As Steve Jobs put it, “We have gone to exceptional lengths...Read more
Categorized as: Africa, Asia, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Grantmaking strategy, Job Creation, Latin America, Leadership, Our Partners, Poverty Alleviation, Stories, Storytelling & Tagged as: Age Africa, Akilah Institute, Destiny Foundation, Global Press Institute, International Women's Day, Kiretono Resource Center, The BOMA Project on March 7, 2015.
Photo courtesy of Upaya Social Ventures. Editor’s Note: As the world celebrates International Women’s Day tomorrow, we look to the great work our grantees are doing to advance women’s causes. By Suzanne Skees Happy International Women’s Day! This...Read more
Categorized as: Africa, Education, Girls & women, Grantee, Leadership, Stories, Youth & Tagged as: Age Africa, Empowerment, Gender issues, Lessenia Chikho, Malawi on December 6, 2014.
Editor’s note: A young woman who made it through school and into college for economics, shares her view on the gender power imbalance that prevails from birth in Malawi. This piece, by AGE Africa alumna Lessenia Chikho, who’s now studying economics at the...Read more