Develop Africa, Inc.

The mission of Develop Africa is to facilitate and establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa through capacity building, empowerment and transformational education. Develop Africa was birthed out of the vision that human resource development is the key to improving nation-building capacity in Africa. Our focus is on impacting and changing lives.
Help Educate Future Leaders in Liberia
Many families and schools in Liberia do not have the needed school resources to ensure that the children receive a quality education. Project will reinforce and boost education by providing the badly-needed supporting structure and resources. This will include the provision of scholarships, uniforms, school supplies, school furniture, classrooms and other targeted support. project reportread updates from the field
Help Orphan Derick Smile Again
Little Derick lost both of his parents to Ebola last year. He needs our help providing everything a little boy needs...food, clothes, a home, books, toys and an education. This project will help cover all of little Derick's needs for a year and give Derick a reason to smile again. project reportread updates from the field
Help Mbong's Dream Come True Scholarship
Rural areas in Cameroon do not have adequate schools, infrastructure and teachers to educate its underprivileged children who come from poor families or are orphaned. Rural parents and guardians have limited funds to support their families and their children's education. Consequently, they put their children to work in farms to meet financial needs instead of sending them to school. This project will help ensure that Mbong continues her schooling by providing her with a full scholarship. project reportread updates from the field
Help 20 Kids Study at Night With Safe Solar Lights
For tens of thousands of kids and youths living in Sierra Leone, power cuts are unfortunately "normal". At night, for lighting, they have no choice but to use kerosene lanterns and open-flame candles. The smoke from these light sources is hazardous to their health. The flames are also a fire hazard. Develop Africa is helping to address this by providing safe, renewable, solar-powered lights to kids and youths. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Scholarships to Sierra Leonean Children
Project seeks to guarantee educational opportunities, a basic right, to deserving and exceptional children from a lower economic background, through the provision of assistance through scholarships. This financial assistance helps ensure that the children stay in school and provides a significant support to the families. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Solar Technology & Basic Computer Training
Bitame Lucia School in Cameroon computer lab using solar technology will provide computer training to 5000 students in villages. Access to Internet & multimedia training will enrich their learning. By using renewable solar technology, we will be helping to reduce our carbon footprint and reducing consumption of the earth's resources. project reportread updates from the field
Provide Scholarships for 3 sisters
These 3 sisters are orphans. Sadly, their parents died from Ebola. Flourence is in class 2 and is ready to learn to read and wants to be a teacher, Hannah's in class 4 and wants to be a banker when she grows up and Fatmata wants to finish class 6 and dreams of becoming a banker and she is an Ebola survivor. These sisters live in the Dream Home Orphanage and this project will help these sisters through school this year and help cover the costs of housing, clothes and food additionally. project reportread updates from the field
Scholarship to Help Aminata's Dream Come True
In African schools boys woefully outnumber girls in attendance. UNESCO in a report titled "Education for All" identifies Sub-Saharan Africa as one of the regions that have the widest gender disparity in terms of education. Two out of three of the 110 million children who do not attend school are girls, and girls grow up to make two thirds of the world's 875 million illiterate adults. This project will help ensure that Aminata continues her schooling by providing her with a full scholarship. project reportread updates from the field
Help Aminata Make Her Education Dream Come True
In African schools boys woefully outnumber girls in attendance. UNESCO in a report titled "Education for All" identifies Sub-Saharan Africa as one of the regions that have the widest gender disparity in terms of education. Two out of three of the 110 million children who do not attend school are girls, and girls grow up to make two thirds of the world's 875 million illiterate adults. This project will help ensure that Aminata continues her schooling by providing her with a full scholarship. project reportread updates from the field
Empowering Disadvantaged Women Vocational Training
This project empowers economically disadvantaged women with little or no education.Training and microfinance support helps women to regain economic independence, value and self-esteem. project reportread updates from the field
 

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