AGE Africa Supports Girls in Malawi with Education, Job Skills, & Leadership

AGE Africa Supports Girls in Malawi with Education, Job Skills, & Leadership

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  Our partner AGE Africa creates a brighter future for rural women by education and providing opportunities for rural girls in Malawi.    By Suzanne Skees for Skees Family Foundation Our foundation is constantly striving to create larger impact. While that...Read more
AGE Africa Doubles Our Grant To Bring Education to Girls in Malawi

AGE Africa Doubles Our Grant To Bring Education to Girls in Malawi

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On this International Day of Rural Women, we are featuring a grantee organization that creates a brighter future for rural women by education and providing opportunities for rural girls in Malawi.    By Suzanne Skees for Skees Family Foundation Our foundation is...Read more
Learning by Teaching, Around the World

Learning by Teaching, Around the World

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Editor’s note: This month, the entire Skees clan proudly celebrates the graduation of Brienne’s younger sisters, Teresa and Victoria, from Montgomery County High School in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky. As Brienne travels the world to teach, her sister Alexandra...Read more
What it Means to be a Girl in Malawi: Lessenia’s Story

What it Means to be a Girl in Malawi: Lessenia’s Story

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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