AGE Africa

AGE Africa

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Washington DC & Malawi  ·  AGE Africa's purpose is to create life changing opportunities for young women in Africa through education and leadership development.
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AGE Africa Scholars supported by last years Tri for Malawi Team! #GirlsEd

AGE Africa Scholars supported by last years Tri for Malawi Team!

AGE Africa Scholars supported by last years Tri for Malawi Team! #GirlsEd

AGE Africa Scholars supported by last years Tri for Malawi Team!

the 2012 Tri for Malawi Team's view of hte triathlon. Last year we raised $100K for girls education!

the 2012 Tri for Malawi Team's view of hte triathlon. Last year we raised $100K for girls education!

Girls + Education = Good Foreign Policy! It's #BasicMath.

"Countries can't develop if young women are not given the kind of education that they need." President Obama on the Middle East

Girls + Education = Growth!

Educating women and girls is the single fastest way to improve the economy of any country - has been demonstrated time and time again.

One of the best way for girls to learn is from their peers and mentors: here we have a group in peer facilitation

One of the best way for girls to learn is from their peers and mentors: here we have a group in peer facilitation

One of the best way for girls to learn is from their peers and mentors: here we have a group in peer facilitation

One of the best way for girls to learn is from their peers and mentors: here we have a group in peer facilitation

The girls of Mulunguzi Secondary School

The girls of Mulunguzi Secondary School

Creating generational change: AGE Africa students at Nsala Day School in rural Malawi.  Most of these girls will be the first in their villages to finish high school.

Creating generational change: AGE Africa students at Nsala Day School in rural Malawi. Most of these girls will be the first in their villages to finish high school.

Why invest in girls? Check out the Girl Effect video!

Nike Foundation, The Girl Effect. There are 250 million adolescent girls living in poverty today, and we believe they are the most powerful force for change on the planet.

Family planning will unleash the girl effect if we invest in the 26 million girls with unmet needs. Girls and young women  (15-24 years of age) comprise 26 million of the additional 120 million females we are all committing to provide family planning resources by 2020. Provide 26 millions girls and young women with family planning and the choice to have sex, marry and have children, and we will break the intergenerational cycle of poverty while building sustainable economies…

Adolescent girls represent 26 million of the additional 120 million females you have committed to provide with family planning resources by

When she was only 10, Malala Yousafzai asked: “How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?” In today’s video, Malala introduces the Malala Fund, which will help those working for girls' education in Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Video: Pakistani teen activist Malala Yousufzai speaks out about recovery for the time since she was nearly killed - via

Educate a girl, education a nation.  Education a nation of girls, educate a continent.

Educate a girl, education a nation. Education a nation of girls, educate a continent.