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
The annual celebration of International Literacy Day (ILD) on September 8th, 2021 presents an “opportunity for governments, civil society and stakeholders to highlight improvements in world literacy rates and reflect on the world’s remaining literacy challenges,” especially in regard to the digital divide.
In Tanzania, where recently there have been very high levels of food insecurity, it is against this backdrop that a young entrepreneur named Zainab has pursued her desire to start a papaya farm.
In the trade center outside of Kamusenene, Mubende District, in central Uganda, vendors await their final customers as the afternoon begins to fade. Under the shade of her chapati stall, 18-year old Zabayo sits down to tell us more about the business she runs. A...
We are proud to present our 2020 Impact Report,”Building Skills and Resilience, Leading through Adversity, Emerging Stronger Together,” with the numbers and stories to prove how youth in rural Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda communities have stepped up throughout 2020.
Asante Africa program participants demonstrated ingenuity and tenacity by starting local, small-scale businesses to support their families and help ease difficulties experienced by their communities during the pandemic. #WYSD21
This Father’s Day, Asante Africa Foundation is celebrating the positive impact dads have on their children’s lives; empowering their kids to grow into healthy, happy women and men through sacrifice and hard work.
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...