Develop Africa Inc

Rating: 4.45 stars   22 reviews


Location: 1906 Knob Creek Road Suite 3 Johnson City TN 37604 USA

Mission: The mission of Develop Africa is to facilitate and establish meaningful and sustainable development in Africa through capacity building and transformational education.
Results: Provided scholarships to hundreds of children and youths, distributed thousands of mosquito nets, provided business training and microfinance loans to tens of small businesses. Providing on-going computer training and tailoring classes.
Target demographics: children, youths and adults
Geographic areas served: Africa
Programs: job skills training, microfinance / micro-lending and small business training, scholarships, books, school and teaching supplies, basic computer training and computers, mosquito nets, vitamin supplements, start up tool kits (such as sewing machines), school uniforms etc.
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Rating: 4 stars  

Develop Africa is a great organization. I have marveled at their relentless efforts in helping the needy especially in East and West Africa. The founders truly have a heart for the poor and needy. They challenge me and inspire me. I have been very moved by their efforts in supplying medical and protective kits to the health workers on the front line in Sierra Leone. What I also find interesting is that sometimes, it is hard to know who's behind Develop Africa if you didn't already know them or you haven't visited their website. This is because they promote the work, they amplify the voices of those in need. They don't promote themselves as personalities which I find exceptional especially in a world where people seek to use these platforms to get famous. Looking forward to see what's in store in 2015. God bless them for a job well done. I also hope that they can also document their experiences and lessons they have learned so other organizations on the continent can learn from them as well.

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Rating: 4 stars  

I enjoyed meeting Sylvester and learning about the goals that DAI have. I find that any program that is committed to the improvement of others is a worthy cause. I am sure that DAI will make a huge difference in the lives of the folks in Africa. God bless you all

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Rating: 5 stars  

Develop Africa is an amazing organization; I have been in touch with this organization since 2008. I am very impress with their level of commitment, dedication and passion of helping less fortunate children in Africa. The board members also demonstrate tremendous admiration and support to other organizations in the United States and Africa that promote educational advancement for children, especially African youths. Being that I’m from Africa I understand the need for educational advance and lack of educational supplies and resources so Develop Africa mission of providing training , scholarship and support to other NGO with the same objectives is a selfless and inspirational act. The board members are highly professional and very resourceful in their efforts to empower others.

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the United States and Sierra Leone

What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...

thier creativity and dedication in supporting underprivileged children.

The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...

very supportive and creative.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

contribute to their goal of fully developing the African continent with resources necessary to be free from poverty, ignorance, and civil conflict.

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About once a year

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