“The role of the Deki Reader™ in malaria diagnosis, treatment and reporting: findings from an Africare pilot project in Nigeria.” Adah et al., 2018.
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“I am delighted to welcome President Sirleaf as Honorary Chair,” said Steve Cashin, Chair of the Board of Directors for Africare. “She brings a valuable perspective having worked tirelessly in Liberia to rebuild the nation. Our board is looking forward to benefitting from President Sirleaf’s vast experience as we move forward to expand our impact strengthening communities in Africa.”
President Sirleaf was the first woman elected head of state of an African country. She served as President of Liberia from 2006 to 2018. During her time as President, she dedicated herself to developing institutions, infrastructure and an open society where freedom of speech, religion, and association are promoted. President Sirleaf joined an elite group of former presidents of African countries in February 2018 when she was awarded the Mo Ibrahim Prize for Achievement in African Leadership.
“I am grateful for the progress we have made in Liberia. However, much work remains to be done in Liberia and all across Africa. There is one organization that continues to help us make progress – Africare. For almost 50 years, Africare has been in the forefront of the effort to help Africans build strong and resilient communities that can withstand the inevitable challenges that face developing countries,” noted President Sirleaf.
Africare works in partnership with African people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. Established in 1970, Africare is the oldest, most experienced, non-profit international development organization focused exclusively on Africa. It has a reputation for excellence in program implementation, especially in the areas of health, nutrition, agriculture and food security, youth and women’s empowerment, and humanitarian assistance.
“I am honored that President Sirleaf will join the Africare family,” noted Robert L. Mallett, President of Africare. “Africare’s programs and projects in Liberia save and improve lives. The work Africare does is critical in addressing development challenges and building vibrant futures for communities. President Sirleaf has much wisdom to share about the need for our work across Africa. President Sirleaf is also a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. sorority, which is a long-term partner of Africare and we are thrilled about that synergy.”
Phase One and Africare have entered into a groundbreaking alliance known as Africare ICT to build upon and enhance Africa’s existing information and communication technology systems…
Great progress has been made in overcoming malaria, but the disease remains a serious threat in sub-Saharan Africa, especially to young children.
Washington, D.C. (FEBRUARY 19, 2015) – Thought leaders representing the African diaspora from Brazil and the United States will gather in Washington, D.C., on February 25, 2015, to explore and together chart a plan of action to advocate respect, protection and fulfillment of human rights for people of African descent.