As the number of school children have increased in the newly renovated buildings, so has the need for new desks. Funds from our generous donors provided 200 new 2-seat desks to be used at several schools in the district. The desks were spread throughout the schools where needed.
Africa Education Partnership is excited to introduce a new way to support our work. Our Friends’ Program makes it easier to support monthly giving on a progressive scale designed to fit most budgets.
The Canton High School Interact Club is the student branch of the local Rotary Club, one of AEP’s loyal supporters.
In October, board member Elaine Chagnon shared a presentation with club members.
With the construction of the new classroom block at Jagindi Tasha School site nearing completion, it is time to build the 2-person desks.
Construction is nearing an end at the Jagindi Tasha site.
Our hearts are broken…for Nigeria and now, Afghanistan-man’s inhumanity to man…
The destabilization of Nigeria has sent shockwaves throughout the African continent and continues to spiral, seemingly unchecked…
Hosted by The Royal African Society, Africa Confidential, and International Crisis Group
September 14, 2021 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. EST
AEP Board member Elaine Chagnon attended the Zoom presentation of a global discussion centered around the effects of climate change in Africa and the resulting effects of conflict felt throughout the continent. Hundreds of attendees from around the globe were able to connect and hear a variety of international speakers discuss critical climate issues and the impact felt in different regions of Africa.
International mission is challenging at best and can seem overwhelming during times of crisis. The Covid pandemic has put developing third world countries into an even deeper level of insecurity. How do we, as partners, navigate this latest challenge? What solutions can be brought to light?
Thank you. My name is Don Ghostlaw and I am president of Africa Education Partnership. All the accomplishments just shown to you are that much more amazing when you consider that they were completed in the midst of increasing levels of violence and insecurity in the north. For many, many years there's been a history of Christian-Muslim violence in and around the tenth parallel, particularly where the north and south meet around Kaduna. AEP was formed to help build schools and educate students from different faiths and cultural backgrounds. AEP hopes that by learning side by side, a generation can be reached and learn to appreciate differences. When we started in 2009, Boko Haram had just formed.
Good evening. Matthew 6:21 says:
“Where your treasure is, there your heart will be also”.