Africa’s biggest educational challenges include low investment from the government, high school costs, low numbers of qualified teachers, and poor school infrastructure, particularly in rural communities.

Our program allocation for each library includes the provisions of the following:

  • Books
  • Workstations
  • Laptops
  • Printer
  • Barcode scanners
  • Library management software
  • Internet access
  • Computer usage training to staff, student and general public
  • Professional Development

Hosting regular workshop and seminars via video conferencing for local educators and health practitioners with their counterparts worldwide.

African Health & Education Fund will provide grants to public school teachers, public school education support professionals, and faculty and staff in public higher education institutions for the purpose of engaging in high-quality professional development or implementing project-based learning and break-the-mold innovations that raise student achievement.
Establishing cooperative programs between Africa and more than 20 higher education institutions worldwide.