Monthly Archives: May 2015

Volunteer Spotlight – Mallory Collins

I began my volunteer work with Asante Africa Foundation in March of 2014. Originally, I was drawn to the organization because of my interest in their girls’ health and empowerment programs. At first, I worked on a variety of projects, … Continue reading

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The Role of Sanitary Latrines in Promoting Girls’ Access to Education

by Rezwana Abed, Rasagya Kabra, Austin Land, and Cristian Ugarte Goldman School of Public Policy, UC Berkeley Our work with Asante Africa Foundation began as part of a graduate policy analysis project at UC Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy. Specifically, … Continue reading

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