Gates Foundation pledges $20 million to support women’s advocacy and what this means for Amref Health Africa
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced a $20 million commitment to support local grassroots women’s movements in Africa and beyond at their Goalkeepers 2017 event this week in New York City.
Zambia celebrates first class of nurses and midwives trained through Amref Health Africa’s e-Learning program
Since 2013, Amref Health Africa and Childfund International have partnered to implement the Zambia Nurses Lifeskills Training Program, which uses e-learning technology to train nurses and midwives, with funding from the Mastercard Foundation.
Amref Health Africa welcomes Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, first African elected as next Director-General of the World Health Organization
Track record in Ethiopia as Health Minister points to potential for transformational change for health in African communities
Legendary artist, El Anatsui was honored with the Rees Visionary Award. Over 40 African artists representing 17 countries united to donate art to be auctioned off to support our programs in Africa.
Nigerian artist Laolu Senbanjo, who has recently been in the spotlight because of his collaborations with celebrity muscician Beyonce (Photo: Courtesy of Laolu Senbanjo) May 4, 2017 – Our biggest event of the year, the second annual Amref ArtBall taking place on Saturday, May 6, 2017 would not be possible without...