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In Africa a Little Help Can Go a Long Way

November 17th, 2017

When Mercy Senteu first began school in her home town of Kajiado, Kenya, she had two strikes against her. She grew up poor–one of five children–to parents who were traders […]

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Maasai Woman Beats Odds to Attend Medical School

March 25th, 2016

Aid for Africa has identified the education of girls and women as a key objective of our mission.  Educate a woman and you educate a nation, so the African saying […]

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Boosting Wildlife Conservation with Technology

December 9th, 2015

Love elephants, lions and giraffes but don’t have the time or money to take an African safari? Today is your lucky day! Google and Aid for Africa member Lewa Wildlife […]

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Paying it Forward through Education

March 4th, 2015

Humphrey Luora grew up in the Kibera slums outside of Nairobi, Kenya. Something his father often repeated when he was growing up, has informed his life. That was: “No education, […]

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Thousands around the World Marching to Save the Elephant

October 3rd, 2014

On Saturday, October 4, in what organizers are billing as the largest demonstration of its kind, thousands of people in 120 cities around the world will join the second annual […]

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A Taste of Life and Development in Kenya on the National Mall

July 1st, 2014

Where in the United States can you sample traditional Swahili dishes, learn about living and working with African wildlife, view art converted from waste materials and get your groove on […]

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