Jack Dorsey closed supports girls’ education in rural regions of sub-Saharan Africa through his #StartSmall initiative.
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.
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Asante Africa Foundation received 6th place on NGOSIFY’s list of top Non-governmental organizations in Kenya that have and still are, playing a vital role in the economic development of the country.
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.
Having achieved outstanding levels of scalability and innovation with its “Reimagining Education in Rural East Africa with our Learn-Do-Teach Model” project, Asante Africa has become a 2020 Winner of the QS-Wharton Reimagine Education Awards.
Asante Africa is proud to have received the 2020 DIAR Award for the category of “Best NGO on Gender Equality,” alongside six other award recipients.
In March 2021 Susan was awarded the Global Award. Sponsored by the Aga Khan Foundation, the Global Award recognizes an outstanding young person on a Prince’s Trust programme across the world.
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...