According to the African Development Bank, more girls in Africa are in school today than ever before. In fact, the number of girls in East Africa that are attending school has almost doubled in the last 10 years. This is promising news, and reason to celebrate!
However, the girls who are not currently in school, are also among the most vulnerable in all of Africa. Arranged marriages, teenage pregnancy, and forced child labor continue to be obstacles that these young women must avoid or escape in order to pursue a meaningful future.
Every girl that is able to avoid these barriers and continue her education defies the odds. Every one is significant to future of Africa. Every single one counts.
Four new girls were recently added to the Child Sponsorship Program at Action Two Africa. That’s four more girls who get a chance to pursue their dreams and create a meaningful future for themselves. Every girl counts, and we hope that you will join with us to help these young women pursue their goals through education. Your donation makes a real difference to them.
Every girl counts. We need you to step up, and support their education. We need them to step out into the world, and see all that it has to offer.
Empowering girls matters. According to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), when girls are in school, they are “less likely to marry early and against their will; less likely to die in childbirth; less vulnerable to disease; more likely to have healthy babies; more likely to send their own children to school; […] Continue reading →
2017 is here and the months are already flying by! Last December, seven of the incredible young men and women in our Child Sponsorship Program graduated from high school! We want to recognize their hard work! Congratulations to Sharon, Peter, Diana, Daniel, Esther, Nancy, and Sanchez for finishing some of the most challenging years of […] Continue reading →
Last weekend we held our 3rd Annual Garage Sale Fundraiser for Action Two Africa’s Child Sponsorship Program. This program aims at keeping high-risk children from the community of Kiambiu in school throughout the year. Every year we put out a request to our friends and family to donate used clothes, furniture, household items, etc, and […] Continue reading →
Humphrey recently concluded a meeting with Action Two Africa representatives in Kiambiu. In attendance were caregivers, parents, and children. The caregivers continued to express their gratitude for the support they have received from A2A. The parents also encouraged their children to maintain discipline and stay focused in school. One of the children in our Child […] Continue reading →
We’re excited to announce that our 3rd Annual Garage Sale Fundraiser will be taking place this summer! Please contact us if you’d like to donate any items for the cause! Thanks! 608-515-8287 email@example.com Continue reading →
At the end of last year, Marlyne and Kelvin, two of the first children adopted into Action Two Africa’s Child Sponsorship Program, were proudly awarded their secondary school diplomas. After years of hard work and determination, they finally graduated! We here at Action Two Africa celebrated when this happened. Marlyne and Kelvin’s achievements embody what […] Continue reading →
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the success of our vision and mission this last year! We wish you all the joy and peace you can imagine in the year ahead! Continue reading →
True transformation is a journey, and when followed closely, the changes that result can be powerful. One of Action Two Africa’s main focuses is transformation through education. Not only does education bring hope to communities, but it paves the way for empowerment as well. Meet Daniel. Daniel has been a part of Action Two Africa’s […] Continue reading →
It is with heavy hearts that we must make you aware of the passing of Selpha, one of the precious young women in our sponsorship program. Selpha was a cheerful 15-year old girl who grew up in the Kiambiu community outside Nairobi. Medical complications led to her untimely death on Tuesday, October 13th, 2015. Selpha […] Continue reading →