Educational Nonprofit Blog
Our educational nonprofit blog features relevant topics and highlight stories of key youth, educators, and staff from the field. In addition to participants stories, we also accept blog submissions that align with our mission
Leakey Lenamotina is a successful entrepreneur and leader with a humble background near Maralal, Kenya. Leakey credits much of his current success and business skills to Asante Africa Foundation.
Jack Dorsey’s #StartSmall initiative dispersed $3 million in grants. This funding was allocated to four grassroots organizations focused on breaking down educational barriers for women in sub-Saharan Africa.
The World Bank and environmental nonprofit organizations agree that educating girls could be a game-changer in the quest to solve the problems presented by climate change. Unfortunately, in rural Africa, the evidence suggests that major climate-driven events cause young girls’ education to suffer.
LEI Program Inspires a New Student Venture: Fish Farming April 6, 2021 At Magamba Secondary School in Tanzania, fish farming is creating quite a stir. Students from neighboring schools, even some colleges, and community members come to see the fish ponds that...
Youth driven innovations have spanned from all corners of the African continent to address issues such as awareness, reaching out to the disabled and needy, using robotics for disinfecting, diagnosing, and policing, safe and fast testing and contact tracing.
East African women are emerging leaders in their communities. They are modernizing their rural villages by representing their viewpoints and affecting change around them. These young women in leadership are empowered by Asante Africa’s educational programs where inspiring women leaders.
Nairobi, Kenya — — The Embassy of Japan in Kenya contracts a grant to Asante Africa Foundation for the construction of classrooms and toilets at Oloorng’anayio Primary School. In accepting this grant, Asante Africa Foundation will continue its investment in education, with an emphasis on girls’ education.
On this International Women’s Day – a celebration dating back to the year of 1911 – we’re highlighting the young change agents that are stepping up to serve, take part in, and alter the face of education in their communities.
International Day of Women and Girls in Science highlights the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) for science and gender equality. The gender stereotype and exclusion of women in STEM prevents the overall goal of gender equality from being fulfilled.
Despite pressure from the international community and progress made at the national and sub-national level, this year alone, 4.16 million girls are at risk of undergoing FGM.