African Food and Peace Foundation
African Food and Peace Foundation supports innovative education and leadership programs for women and girls in Africa in order to transform marginalized rural areas into sustainable thriving communities. We support this effort through the Uganda Rural Development and Training Program, which has worked in rural Kibaale district in western Uganda for more than two decades. The Program follows a development approach that merges functional education and training with sustainable rural development in order to empower the marginalized people living in rural communities.
The Uganda Rural Development and Training Program works from an 80-acre campus in Kibaale, which includes the African Rural University, the Institute for Business, Vocational and Media Studies, a residential primary and secondary school for 260 girls, a community radio station, a human rights center, and a demonstration organic farm.
The African Rural University is the first accredited university for women focused on rural development in Africa. The university helps women gain the knowledge, skills, and experience necessary to be effective rural development specialists and change agents in their communities.
African Food and Peace Foundation supports these efforts which allow individuals and communities to articulate their needs and identify local resources and solutions to meet them. The result is an environment where communities create their own prosperity, peace, health, freedom and happiness.
African Food and Peace Foundation is classified as a 501(c)(3) organization. Click below to view our most recent independent audit and IRS Form 990.
Your donation will help empower girls and women working to transform their communities. Here are some examples of what your gift makes possible:
- $100 provides three meals a day for two months for a student.
- $250 provides science educational materials for a community school for one year.
- $500 supports radio training programs targeted at local farmers for six months.
- $1000 supports a university student for one year.
- $2500 supports staff salaries at the Institute for three months
Our USA-based internship program gives aspiring professionals the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of fundraising, marketing, event planning, and nonprofit operations for an organization working in the international arena to empower women and girls.
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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