Monthly Archives: July 2012

One East African country is making significant strides in education

Ethiopia is a small country, but is investing 27% of it’s national budget on education and its future. Read Tibor Nagy’s eye-opening article on how Ethiopia is creating opportunity for its young people and transforming its prospects. Advertisements

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What is The Alton Maasai Project?

Asante Africa Foundation is excited to welcome Rimas Tankile Morris in late August 2012 as she travels to California to share her stories of what life is like for girls in Kenya, giving back to her community and the need … Continue reading

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Warm Heart of Africa – Tyler’s Journey in Arusha, Tanzania

Tyler McBrien, our Evaluation Research Intern, documents his summer internship with an infectious spirit of enthusiasm and excitement. Wonderfully crafted with slivers of humor, self-reflection and discovery, Tyler’s  firsthand account leaves us feeling like we are right there with him; … Continue reading

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From Rural Kenya to America: Lessons in Leadership, Philanthropy and Education

Raised and educated in Rironi, a rural village in Kenya, Charles Waigi studied at Kenya’s competitive Mangu High School where during his sophomore year he wrote an essay that earned him a trip to America as Kenya’s delegate to the … Continue reading

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