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One of our favorite series is the “pay-it-forward” testimonies from our young people and communities who are actively creating the change they believe is necessary. All are guaranteed to inform and inspire.
I have been teaching biology in a secondary school in rural Tanzania for the past two years. Today, I took a break from teaching one of my freshman classes about first aid to review the alphabet (using first aid vocabulary). This is not the first time I have done...read more
International Youth Day (IYD) was established by the United Nations in 1999 and highlights the importance and value of youth around the globe, focusing on the roles they place in modern society. Currently, the population of youth between the ages of 10 and 24 is 1.8...read more
Sudi Salum Musa is a 22-year old from Kaliua town in the Tabora district in Tanzania. He is ambitious, passionate about volunteering and working with youth, and loves to apply his skills whenever possible. Sudi attended Asante Africa’s Leadership and Entrepreneurship...read more
We are pleased to announce that Asante Africa Foundation has been selected to be among the thirty-two new projects from across the world joining the existing partners in the S4YE (Solutions For Youth Employment) impact portfolio and the external Community of Practice...read more
Erna Grasz is Educating East African Youth to Thrive in a Global Economy Erna Grasz was raised by an immigrant father and an orphaned mother in the deep south of Mississippi and Texas. She developed a passion for education at a young age through her teachers and Girl...read more
World Youth Skills Day was created in 2014 by the United Nations to both highlight and bring awareness to the importance of global access to education by young people as they begin entering the workplace. With the working-age population of Sub-Saharan Africa expected...read more
In Tanzania, where the majority of economic activity is through small, cash only businesses, entrepreneurship skills can be essential to success. Even individuals with salaried jobs often supplement their income with a small side business. Despite this, there are very...read more
The Proof is in Our Numbers 518,000+ Lives Impacted Since 2007 It is our pleasure to present to you our 2018 Impact Report - Thriving Where We Stand. In 2018 we calculated a total of 518,000 lives impacted since 2007. We are halfway to our goal of impacting a million...read more
In the 2019 celebration of International Day of the African Child, we focus on providing opportunities to support the education of African children. This day celebrates the efforts made to improve systems and programs for Africa’s youth and reminds us that there is...read more
CLAREMONT, CALIF. (PRWEB) JUNE 03, 2019 The Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University has named the 50 semifinalists for the 2019 Drucker Prize. Of the 403 applicants, the organizations that first-round judges found best met Peter Drucker’s definition of...read more