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
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.
Erna Grasz On “Perspectives On Prosperity” For The “Real Leaders” Podcast Feb 1 2020 Erna Grasz, co-founder of Asante Africa Foundation, offers her insight on leadership and philanthropy in this inspiring podcast created in November 2020. Erna takes great pride in...
The Leadership and Entrepreneurship Incubator (LEI) Annual Summit 2020 was a unique one and a first for many. In the run-up to the summit, the world was fighting a global health crisis. As the unprecedented events unfolded, the future looked bleak for most activities and top of the agenda for everyone was survival.
Nakimera Josephine (Jozy) is a young Ugandan woman who attended Asante Africa Foundation’s Leadership and Entrepreneurship Incubator Summit in Narok in 2018. She now works as the Deputy headteacher
Education is a human right, a public good, and a public responsibility. January 24 is a day to remind us of both the power and necessity of education, this year, International Day of Education occurs in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As we look back on 2020, we are struck by the impacts of the global pandemic and the rallying spirit of our global community, students, and staff. 2020 was a year that saw our students answer the call of global distress with tenacity, hard work, and service to their...
In the villages of rural East Africa, Christmas really isn’t that different. Sure, celebrating in seventy-degree temperatures, it might feel a little different. Gathering around the table for traditional matooke, it might taste a little different, but the holiday as a...
When we hear stories of people making a difference they tend to be local or national celebrities or politicians. But it’s far more common that the folks who make the most difference in the lives of our communities are the individuals within that community.