In the African Angle, Esther Ngumbi writes about Oyeska Greens, a start-up she founded to teach smallholder farmers in Kenya the best practices in modern agriculture.
A selection committee selected the four finalists for AAI’s first-ever PitchFest competition, to be presented during the 2nd Annual State of Education in Africa conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
Read the latest “Washington Wire”, a quarterly blog post highlighting news and legislative updates from AAI’s Governmental Affairs Office.
In The African Angle blog, author Roland Rugero explains how the failed coup in May intensified divisions within the ruling party and placed Burundi at the center of global fights for influence over the region.
Read the third installment in a series of articles by Lebogang Mokwena, a former official at South Africa’s Department of Higher Education and Training, to learn more about how education and training fit into the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Nonprofit organizations can make decisions that matter by leveraging data By Melissa Howell For monitoring program outcomes, nonprofit organizations […]
During the United Nations General Assembly, The Africa-America Institute will host its Future Leaders Legacy Fund Awards Gala — one of the most anticipated and high profile events celebrating African achievement — on Tuesday, September 29, at 583 Park Avenue in New York City.
Amini Kajunju, President and CEO of The Africa-America Institute, offers readers an update on upcoming events and the latest developments at AAI.
AAI will feature a monthly “From the Archives” blog, highlighting historical milestones in AAI and African history. This blog post […]
The Africa-America Institute is pleased to be associated with “Speed Meet Africa: New York” event, held on September 24-25, in New York City.