Tag Archives: Tanzania

2016- Mid Year Highlights by Erna Grasz, CEO

We recently concluded our Global Strategy Meeting’2016 in Tanzania. The plans are assertive, the team is determined and the future very bright. Our CEO talks about the takeaways from the meeting. “Having recently returned from several weeks in East Africa, there … Continue reading

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Our intern tells her story…

We always look forward to sharing our stories from the fields of Kenya and Tanzania. Our intern Christine Tran shares her account of why she decided to join Asante Africa Foundation and her experience during the Global Strategy Meeting’2016. “With … Continue reading

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Big Achievements in 2015. Big Vision for 2016. A Letter From our CEO, Erna Grasz

Seeing news and media hop around the world daily, we are reminded just how globally connected and interdependent our lives are today. There is urgency for young people all over the world to be able to realize a future in … Continue reading

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Getty Images Creative Grant Winners’ Exclusive Premiere

Following weeks of preparation, in July, 2013 Getty Images Creative Grant Award Winners, Elley Ho and Heward Jue set out on a month long journey to East Africa to collaborate on a once in a lifetime project. The project’s objective: … Continue reading

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A Student Scholarship Means Josephine Can Continue to Go to School

Josephine is a new student in the scholarship program. Soft spoken, humble and hardworking, Josephine is the youngest in her family of three children. Her parents are peasant farmers and do not have a stable source of income to support … Continue reading

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Back to School

In the United States, students have started to go back to school, and going back means getting necessary school supplies. School supplies are essential and can mean the difference between achieving success in the classroom or not. Through their hard … Continue reading

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Literacy: So Much More Than Letters and Numbers

Guest Post By Erna Grasz, CEO/Founder, Asante Africa Foundation In my own childhood, I was an extreme “bookworm”, particularly when my family struggled through difficult times I turned to, and found comfort in the pages of books. The magic of books … Continue reading

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