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Africare’s President and CEO, Robert L. Mallett
Africare’s President and CEO, Robert L. Mallett

Africare’s President and CEO, Robert L. Mallett

As I complete six months as President and CEO of Africare, I am eager to focus on our future. We move forward with a strong sense of our history. Africare is one of the most experienced international development organizations with a singular focus on Africa. Since our founding, Africare has delivered more than $1 billion in assistance to tens of millions of men, women and children in Africa and we continue to deliver exceptional programs.

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Salome Rumas is one of several mothers in the Mesera tribe practicing healthy nutrition habits.
Salome Rumas is one of several mothers in the Mesera tribe practicing healthy nutrition habits.

Manyara Masai Village Changes for Better Nutrition

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Since the inception of the Africare Tanzania’s Mwanzo Bora Nutrition Program, the Masai residing in the Mesera Village in the Manyara region are adopting healthier nutrition practices, particularly for the well-being of their pregnant women and children in their tribe.

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Veteran former USAID official will lead Africare’s development programs portfolio
Veteran former USAID official will lead Africare’s development programs portfolio

Africare Introduces New Chief of Programs

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Africare announced Franklin C. Moore, recently the Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Bureau of Africa at the United States Agency for International Development, has been named Chief of Programs for the 45-year-old organization solely focused on humanitarian and economic development of Africa.

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Power Forward celebrates year two of teaching basketball and important health and life skills to youth.
Power Forward celebrates year two of teaching basketball and important health and life skills to youth.

Africare, ExxonMobil and NBA Celebrate Year Two of Power Forward in Nigeria

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ExxonMobil, the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Africare will celebrate the second year of the Power Forward pilot program, a youth engagement initiative that uses basketball to develop health literacy and life skills among Nigerian youth, on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015 at National Stadium in Abuja.

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