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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.

Day of the African Child – Loibon’s Story

Day of the African Child – Loibon’s Story

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...

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Drucker Institute Names 2019 Drucker Prize Semifinalists

Drucker Institute Names 2019 Drucker Prize Semifinalists

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...

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Traveling With A Purpose – Visiting Africa

Traveling With A Purpose – Visiting Africa

Traveling With A Purpose – Visiting AfricaBefore visiting Africa, I had never experienced travelling with a purpose. I had done my share of backpacking and all-inclusive resorts, but nothing that was guided by a mission. My sister, Marketing Manager for Asante...

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Asante Africa Inspires Tanzania Students on Fish Project

Asante Africa Inspires Tanzania Students on Fish Project

Asante Africa Inspires Tanzania Students on Fish Farm Project At the core of our Leadership and Entrepreneurship Incubator Program is the “Pay it Forward” principle, which creates an impact beyond the participants, to strengthen and empower the communities around...

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This Kenyan Teacher Just Won a $1 Million Global Prize

This Kenyan Teacher Just Won a $1 Million Global Prize

Peter Tabichi gives 80% of his salary to his students to help lift them out of poverty. The world is applauding Kenyan math and physics teacher Peter Tabichi for receiving the Varkey Foundation 2019 Global Teacher Prize. Hugh Jackman hosted the award ceremony on...

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8 Facts on Girls Global Education

8 Facts on Girls Global Education

8 Facts on Girls Global EducationWe cannot even imagine how many girls around the world are still illiterate. Gender equality in education is one of the critical conditions for creating a developed society. Despite the significant progress that the world community has...

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International Woman’s Day: Balance for Better

International Woman’s Day: Balance for Better

Staff and students, in the Girls' Advancement Program In Tanzania, women carry water on their heads in five gallon buckets. In the semi-arid area of central Tanzania where I teach secondary school, students that live at the school carry water from a nearby well every...

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African Women Are Women of Great Worth

African Women Are Women of Great Worth

~ Proudly An African WomanPoem by: M. Assumpta Ezinne Okeke, EHJ THE AFRICAN GIRL I was born One but in reality, lived None,I, in an unseen Environment lived in Detriment,I, in a Situation, set back in Illusion,Because I am a GIRL.I lived alone Single and not to be...

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Empowering Girls with STEM

Empowering Girls with STEM

Women and girls have made groundbreaking contributions in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). However, traditional gender roles continue to create a gap between males and females in STEM education and career paths. The...

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