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Africare is a Four-Star Rated, African-American founded development organization that improves the quality of life of people in Africa.


More than 95% of our project staff are African, and 94 cents of every dollar we receive is devoted to project implementation.


By working as partners, Africare helps local populations build sustainable, healthy and productive communities.


CODA Corporate Summit

Africare's CODA Corporate Summit honored GE and Aliko Dangote. Read more and view photos

  • CODA Corporate Summit

    Africare's CODA Corporate Summit honored GE and Aliko Dangote. Read more and view photos

  • Powering Africa Panel

    Leaders from GE, the African Development Bank, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Africare discuss energy access in Africa. Watch the video

  • Bishop Walker Memorial Dinner Gala

    Thanks everyone who supported the gala! View photos here, read more here and you can still donate here!

  • Lost Girl Found

    Leah Bassoff and Laura DeLuca tell us about their new book Lost Girl Found. Read more here

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Lost Girl Found

 

Do you know what's happened to South Sudan's Lost Girls?

Authors Leah Bassoff and Laura DeLuca didn't know either until girls began arriving in the U.S. and sharing their stories.

Lost Girl Found depicts a tragic episode in the region's history but also illustrates the resilience of survivors who never stopped pursuing a better life.

Leah and Laura are generously donating all proceeds to Africare. Click here to learn more about the book and how to buy it.

 

Angelique Kidjo Performs

Grammy winning singer-songwriter, eloquent activist, and all-around show-stopper Angelique Kidjo keeps Africare's CODA attendees energized.

Back to the Future

Africa's mobile communications revolution should inspire rural energy solutions. Read more on the Huffington Post.

Read more messages from Africare President Darius Mans here.

Thank You!

Thanks everyone who joined us for the 2014 Bishop John T. Walker Memorial Dinner Gala! If you would like to donate to the event, you still can here.

Click here to view photos from the night and click here to read more about the event.