Where can you find the world’s largest tracts of uncultivated arable land? Africa. Where can you find the biggest and youngest workforce on the planet? Again, Africa.
On Monday, September 22, Africare and the Wot-if? Trust hosted a Social Good Summit Meetup in the South African township of Diepsloot in northern Johannesburg.
Organização não-governamental norte-americana está em Angola desde 1990 e desenvolve actualmente um projecto de formação de quadros no Soyo.
www.portalangop.co.ao — Na ocasião, a petrolífera GE, em parceria com a ONG Africare, entregaram o primeiro lote do donativo, composto por 11 computadores, equipamentos de soldadura e manuais para sustentar os cursos de mecânica industrial, electricidade, informática, soldadura e pintura, ministrados no referido centro de formação.
www.touch.dailynews.co.tz — BG Tanzania, a British Oil exploration company, in partnership with Africare/Tanzania, an NGO, have launched a youth empowerment project, “Kijana Jikwamue,” in Mtwara Region.
“Partnership and leverage is the model for supporting the transformation of Africa,” says Donald Kaberuka
www.allafrica.com — The African Development Bank (AfDB) and Africare signed a 5-year Memorandum of Understanding in Washington, D.C. on 12 April.
www.avrdc.org — Eastern and Southern Africa’s peri-urban horticulture initiative (VINESA) continues to gather momentum. Two rounds of Training of Trainers took place in February 2014, with Value Chain Thinking consultant Benjamin Dent taking nearly 40 people through the three-day course in Malawi and Mozambique.
[Photos] NBA, WNBA, Africare and ExxonMobil Launch New Initiative to Engage and Empower Nigeria’s Youth
ABUJA, Nigeria (November 19, 2013) — The National Basketball Association (NBA), Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA), Africare and ExxonMobil today announced the launch of “Power Forward,” a youth engagement initiative that will use basketball to develop health, leadership and life skills in Nigeria. Nigerian native and Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon, fellow countryman and former NBA player Obinna Ekezie and three-time WNBA champion Swin Cash joined leading Nigerian government officials in tipping off the program today during a two-day launch event in Abuja.