I've been working with Aid for Africa for over two years as a board member and I am very much satisfied with its professionalism, its commitment to its mission, its strong sense of responsibility toward its constituents, and its drive to move the organization forward. I am proud to be a part of this wonderful organization
Aid For Africa is an excellent organization doing great work. I am a current Master's student studying nutrition and global health at Tufts University and, thanks to generous support from Aid For Africa's scholarship program, I recently had the opportunity to work on a community-based nutrition project in Rwanda and a sexual and reproductive health research project in Kenya. I have truly enjoyed working with the wonderful and passionate people who comprise Aid For Africa, and am eager to support their organization going forward.
Aid for Africa is a highly efficient organization that provides a unique service to nonprofits working in Sub-Saharan Africa. The organization provides financial support to some 80 different organizations that furnish urgently needed services to tens of thousands of people across the Continent. What makes Aid for Africa particularly effective is its emphasis on science-based development and the links that it provides it members to advanced research institutions. This effort helps ensure that member organizations have easy access to the latest technology in the fields of agriculture, environment and health. Aid for Africa's board, which is fully supportive of this effort, places a high priority on good governance, equity, and financial transparency. The board's work is facilitated by a small, but uniquely qualified and committed staff of development professionals.
I really enjoyed being on the board of this organization that leverages the work of many different organizations to make a larger positive impact in regards to many issues facing those living in Africa. They help support the work of many great organizations doing important work.
I have been pleased to be on the board of Aid for Africa for a number of years. It was founded to help grassroots development on the ground in Sub Saharan Africa and it is doing that through its support of organizations focused on health, education, microfinance, agriculture, wildlife conservation, and more. Aid for Africa fosters partnership among these organizations, which work throughout Sub Saharan Africa, so that lessons and best practices can be shared and results improved. Aid for Africa is unique in its strong focus on research-focused development, which is reflected in its partnership with leading development organizations and its endowment at Tufts University that provides for graduate students to conduct research in Africa during the summer. I also find that Aid for Africa’s strict eligibility requirements and transparency ensures donors that financial contributions are well managed.
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