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Ghana is now a middle income country, but the North of the country remains significantly under-developed in comparison to the coastal regions. 

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Located in East Africa, Tanzania borders eight countries. Tanzania is a low-income country. It is graded 152/187 in the UN Human Development Index. 

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“My father wanted me to get married at 12 rather than go to school”

Maasai schoolgirl Beby Ramat can now look forward to a brighter future thanks to African...

It’s happy days thanks to Comic Relief boost

Our CEO José Sluijs-Doyle is delighted to explain how a massive £1million boost from...

So, who’s the genius behind the new African Initiatives’ logo?

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“I’m determined other Maasai children will not suffer”

Resi Kisiaya was at primary school when her uncles tried to force her to marry. Now...

Girls´education in Tanzania: news from the field

Girls´ equal access to education is an ongoing issue in Tanzania, especially among...

Pedalling for change: Cycling the ‘Prudential RideLondon’ for African Initiatives

Cycling 100 miles on a summer’s day – which means around 8.5 hours of pedalling...

Goodbye Carrie

This week we say goodbye to Carrie Brassley, who has been with African Initiatives since...

How did you celebrate Africa Day?

Africa Day, celebrated every year on 25 May for the last 50 years or so, is a chance...

Running the London Marathon for African Initiatives

Sunday 13th of April saw over 30,000 runners take to the streets to mark the 34th...

I’m proud to be working for African Initiatives, and with such amazing partners.

I’m the Trust Fundraising Assistant at AI and most likely to be the person who...

Want to get into development? Volunteering might be your way in…

Volunteering is one of the best ways to get into development work. Cara Shaw, who has...

“I dream that one day women will not have to constantly fight for their rights…”

Bridie Nichols, Social Media Intern for African Initiatives and student at Falmouth...

African Initiatives Twitterchat ‘How to’

African Initiatives is hosting a LIVE pre-conference Twitterchat  that will take place...

A girls right to education in Ngorongoro – José’s first field visit as CEO

On the first Monday of the year, together with my colleague David, I flew to Tanzania...

Calling all teachers! Bring a global dimension to your classroom:

  For teachers looking to bring a Global Dimension to their classroom, African...

Human Rights Day and land rights in Tanzania

As a rights based organisation, Human Rights Day is very close to our hearts. We believe...

Remembering Nelson Mandela

African Initiatives would like to pay our respects to Nelson Mandela –...