Aid for Africa is a unique partnership of U.S.-based charities and their African partners dedicated to helping children, families, and communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Our grassroots programs focus on health, education, economic development, arts & culture, conservation, and wildlife protection in Africa.
Generation Rwanda is dedicated to helping orphans and other socially vulnerable young people in Rwanda pursue a university education and ultimately become leaders in fostering economic development and social reconciliation. The group just changed its name from Orphans of Rwanda to Generation Rwanda to reflect its focus on building the dynamic talent pool that will transform Rwanda in the long-term. Learn more about Generation Rwanda.
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Aid for Africa Announces the Launch of the Aid for Africa Girls Education Fund
Every day Aid for Africa’s member organizations witness the plight and promise of girls and young women throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. The Aid for Africa Girls Education Fund is a mechanism to help those members that focus specifically on girls education expand the number of girls they can support. Read more
Aid for Africa Members In the News
World Bicycle Relief: In his Sept. 16 New York Times op-ed column, Nicholas Kristof shined a spotlight on Aid for Africa member World Bicycle Relief in Zimbabwe, where a sustainable system that provides bikes to students is promoting education, providing local jobs, and changing lives. Read Nicholas Kristof’s Column.
Trees for the Future: In July Newsweek magazine highlighted Trees for the Future which has been helping people living on degraded land to improve their lives through environmentally sound development projects in Africa and throughout the world. Nowhere is the need greater than in Haiti. Read the Newsweek article.
Aid for Africa on YouTube
Four years ago charity: water began as a birthday party. Since then it has funded almost 3,000 water projects serving almost 1.3 million people, mostly in Africa. View charity: water’s birthday video on Aid for Africa’s YouTube page. While you are there, see our playlists on Africa’s Water Shortage, Bridging Africa’s Education Gap, Africa’s HIV/AIDS Epidemic, African Wildlife and Habitat, and more to learn about the work of our members.
Aid for Africa and the CFC
Thank you to all of the federal civilian and postal employees as well as military personnel who contribute to Aid for Africa and its members through the Combined Federal Campaign. The 2010 CFC is up and running though January 2011! Find Aid for Africa and its members on page 66 of the CFC catalog. You may also download the online CFC catalog. Aid for Africa’s CFC number is 11069.
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