Advancing Girls’ Education in Africa
Our vision is that all girls in Africa will have equal access to secondary education, and that young women will be empowered to finish school, leverage their educations into viable opportunities for earned income, and have the tools they need to stand up for their own life choices.
In the short-term AGE Africa’s goal is to graduate talented, disadvantaged young women who are equipped with the knowledge, resources, and self-confidence they need to make healthy and informed choices about their futures.
Immaculate, an HIV/AIDS orphan and AGE Africa-sponsored student, is one of those young women. Upon graduation she said, “When I go to college, I want to focus on studying about food, nutrition, and economics. I want to travel around Africa to educate the communities about proper health. The hunger and HIV/AIDS epidemic in Africa inspired me to follow that path.”
In the long-term AGE Africa seeks to increase the number of girls like Immaculate who attend and succeed in public school nationwide by providing a model for girls’ achievement and retention that can be replicated throughout the country.
Contact InformationAGE Africa
PO Box 15298
921 Pennsylvania Ave, SE Suite #308
Washington, DC 20003
P: (202) 760-4299
Advancing Girls Education in Africa is classified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Click below to view our most recent independent audit and IRS Form 990.
Donate Now to Advancing Girls Education in Africa
Here’s what your donation will provide.
- $50 school supplies for a student for a year.
- $100 a bicycle for transportation.
- $250 support for a girl for six months in our career guidance and life skills mentoring program.
- $500 school tuition and supplies for a year.
- $1,000 full support for a student a year, including school tuition, supplies, and mentoring.
To donate to this member charity by check, please print our designation form and mail it with your check to
Aid for Africa
P.O. Box 8734
Topeka, KS 66608
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