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Health workers at Africare’s MAPS-C facilities in Nigeria’s Akwa Ibom and Rivers states will receive Fio’s Deki™ Reader to help them more accurately diagnose malaria and record results.
Health workers at Africare’s MAPS-C facilities in Nigeria’s Akwa Ibom and Rivers states will receive Fio’s Deki™ Reader to help them more accurately diagnose malaria and record results.

Africare and Fio mark World Malaria Day with innovative new partnership in Nigeria

UYO, AKWA IBOM, NIGERIA | APRIL 25, 2016 – Africare, the oldest and largest African-American led non-profit committed to advancing development in Africa, is joining forces with Fio Corporation, a Canadian technology company, to introduce automated malaria testing…

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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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Africare prepares for new programs and a new President as it begins its 46th year of service.
Africare prepares for new programs and a new President as it begins its 46th year of service.

Year of Change and Growth Begins

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July marks the beginning of Africare’s 46th year of operations and the start of Africare’s new fiscal year 2016. It promises to be an exciting year of change and growth.

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Assistant Secretary of African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield [middle] speaks at Africare House.
Assistant Secretary of African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield [middle] speaks at Africare House.

[Video] Assistant Secretary of African Affairs Delivers Speech at Africare about Democracy, Security and Humanitarian Work

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WASHINGTON (March 20, 2014) — On Wednesday March 19, Africare and its International Board of Counselors hosted Assistant Secretary of African Affairs Linda Thomas-Greenfield at its Washington, D.C. headquarters. In the presence of more than 83 guests, Assistant Secretary Thomas-Greenfield delivered insight into the U.S. government’s vision for its partnership with Africa.

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