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Youth In Action is a powerful means for students to connect with Asante Africa Foundation and enhance their growing perspectives, expand their sense of community, and build a relationship with a growing organization. We help provide resources to students in Africa to create strong capable leaders. Right now, many students in Africa don’t have the resources they need to get a proper education and thrive. Here you will find information on our work to make quality education accessible to more children in East Africa, and how we’re working with students just like you to make that happen.

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WHO IS ASANTE AFRICA FOUNDATION?

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Food in Africa

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Addressing world hunger

 

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Global water crisis

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Exploring African Culture

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Form a club at your school to spread the word about Asante Africa Foundation and raise funds to help students like yourself!

Matthew Lee is a high school student from Hawaii who believes in the power of education. Matthew has started the first ever Asante Ambassadors Club at his school! A friend who created a club for a different organization inspired him to do the same. Get to know Matthew with this Q&A and tips on how to start your own Asante Ambassadors Club.

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Download our getting started kit which includes ideas, resources and and a step-by-step guide on how to organize your fundraiser!

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In our community, we have free education, learning materials and at least one nutritious meal a day. In Africa, these necessities are not easily accessible. Relatively small school fees can make education impossible for thousands of children across Africa. The Support gathered by your team can significantly address needs in many African communities.

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