Educational Nonprofit Blog
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Mother’s Day Recognition of Mother-Daughter Relationships and Growing Strong Women Leaders for East Africa
Asante Africa’s programs establish early female role modeling at home for young girls in the rural villages of East Africa. We encourage open mother-daughter relationships in educating young girls about their bodies, pregnancy, the risks of early marriage and FGM.
Here at Asante Africa we like to celebrate the creativity and innovation of our alumni. We like to show how far our students can take a little ingenuity when given a little support. So, let’s look at three creative and innovative examples representative of our many industrious alumni.
Sharing Lessons Learned on a Global Level The 66th annual Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) conference will be held from April 18 - 22, 2022. Six thought leaders from Asante Africa Foundation have presented papers that offer reflections and...
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International Women’s Day, observed March 8, 2022, is the international celebration of the contributions of women and girls around the globe. It also is a reminder that the fight is not over for many women who have been denied equal rights and opportunities to participate in and affect change in the world.
Reteti Preschool began in 2012 under a tree. Madam Menelik, now a teacher-mentor for the Wezesha Vijana school-based club, floated the idea with local parents for a permanent school.
At the 2021 Leadership and Entrepreneurship Incubator Summit – ‘Growing Youth Businesses to the Next Level’ – we were able for the first time to host students in the third phase of the LEI curriculum, allowing them to apply the knowledge and skills from phases one and two.
For decades, and with too few exceptions, the disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) have been, unfairly, the province of men.
As a result, there’s a significant gender gap (and lack of racial diversity) that has persisted in these fields and that we still find ourselves trying to correct today.
We face a tipping point in history and a unique opportunity to drive a new wave of innovation and creativity. The global education community is realizing the urgent need for global shifts in education. In December 2021, we were fortunate to be an active participant at the RewirEd Summit.
As we reflect on the importance of “Adapting in the midst of adversity,” creating opportunities for new ideas and innovations to build the future. 2021 gave us the opportunity to “Build for the Future Better.”