Advantage Africa's Director shares his thoughts on a recent visit to Kenya and Uganda.
The Autum 2013 edition of Milestones highlights how we value the many different people who make up the Advantage Africa community.
Our Autumn 2013 appeal describes how Advantage Africa helped a Kenyan boy called Leonard to walk and put his feet firmly on a pathway out of poverty towards a better life.
Our new-look newsletter is now called Milestones and features our up-dated logo and strap-line. This edition is focused on Uganda and includes stories from people like Faith, who once despaired for her future but now has irrepressible confidence. We also highlight how we’re helping over 5,000 children and single parents to overcome profound challenges and find hope for the way ahead.
Welcome to the brand new Advantage Africa website. We hope you enjoy finding out more about how we support people in East Africa to find pathways out of poverty
This newsletter highlights the Plate Project, a new initiative to help the orphaned and vulnerable children we work with to receive a daily meal. It also describes how Advantage Africa is enabling people in East Africa to overcome poverty, gain confidence and grow in independence.
This newsletter shows some of the people being assisted by our food crisis appeal and how our work in Kibwezi District, Kenya is building the longer term resilience of vulnerable people to improve their health and livelihoods.
This newsletter highlights how our projects in East Africa are creating new opportunities for disadvantaged children to improve their lives.
This newsletter includes the story of how Advantage Africa helped the community of Bajjo in Uganda to bring education to their village by building a school; our urgent needs to help disabled children in Thinu, and Jane Betts’ thoughts on reaching Africa’s most deprived and forgotten children.
This newsletter describes how Advantage Africa is helping disadvantaged children improve their lives, support people living with HIV and provide training to our partner organisations in Kenya and Uganda.