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For its efforts to educate and empower the next generation, Asante Africa has earned various awards and achieved international recognition. Many of our team members- the backbone of our organization- have been honored for their work in bringing education and opportunity to youth in rural East Africa. We are humbled by this recognition and more motivated more than ever to push for success.

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Paul in Rwanda

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Susan’s First Passport Stamp

From Turkana, Kenya to London, England

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Asante Africa Foundation ~ Featured by Girls Opportunity Alliance and Michelle Obama on International Day of Education.

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Asante Africa alumni, Susan, has been selected as the winner of the Prince’s Trust Global Award, Kenya~ 2021

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Asante Africa Foundation ~ Winner of the DIAR Awards for best NGO for Gender Equality ~ 2020/2021

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IN THE NEWS

Tapping into Government Tablets for Digital Transformation

Tapping into Government Tablets for Digital Transformation

Asante Africa Foundation collaboration with the Kenya government schools to improve the quality of education using government-provided tablets Digital Transformation is a key economic driver in Africa. To prepare its population for this digital era, the government of...

Delivering a Common Future at CHOGM 2022

Delivering a Common Future at CHOGM 2022

Paul Mwiti, Asante Africa Foundation, attended The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2022. Paul spent five days in Rwanda with our partners Prince’s Trust International (PTI) where he participated in lesson shared with other PTI partner organizations from the Commonwealth.

Jehova’s Story in The Citizen

Jehova’s Story in The Citizen

Even though education has been made compulsory in Tanzania, there are still communities that believe it is only reserved for boy children

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New Partnership with the Embassy of Japan in Kenya

New Partnership with the Embassy of Japan in Kenya

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 recieved the 2022 Top Rated Award from Great Nonprofits. 

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New partnership with the Embassy of Japan in Kenya to continue supporting children’s education in rural Kenya.~ 2021

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We Received a Bronze Medal at the “Reimagine Education Awards” for our “Learn-Do-Teach Model” ~ 2020

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Attended the Girls Opportunity Alliance, Obama Foundation Leadership Summit

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