Forty-year-old Bridget Egesi has been the sole caretaker of her five children since her husband’s death in 2008.
WASHINGTON (October 22, 2013) – Africare, a non-profit organization committed to improving the lives of people in Africa, announced today its multi-year giving partnership with TOMS to provide primary school children in Liberia and Malawi with new shoes to help prevent illnesses and improve their quality of life.
Enough Food to Feed His Family: USAID Shares the Success Story of an Africare Beneficiary in Burkina Faso
usaid.gov – “Prior to the [USAID] program, I was only able to provide my two wives and 11 children six months’ worth of food throughout the year. Now I can provide 12 months of food. And we are eating better, because we have more foods available to us.” – Amadé Ouadrago
WASHINGTON (March 13, 2013) – On Thursday March 7, 2013, Africare hosted a sold-out crowd for a D.C. screening of 10×10’s feature film Girl Rising. This groundbreaking documentary is part of a global campaign to create awareness for girls’ education around the world including Afghanistan, Haiti and Sierra Leone.
WASHINGTON (February 22, 2013) —Africare is proud to host the screening of 10×10’s feature film Girl Rising about girls’ education around the world on Thursday March 7, 2013 at 8:30 p.m., at the Gallery Place Stadium 14 theatre in Washington, D.C.
Yesterday, Africare celebrated the first-ever International Day of the Girl Child at its headquarters from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to expand public awareness in our neighborhood about the need for greater gender equality and the importance of girls’ education.