MAKING CONNECTIONS

A New Dimension of Hope

A New Dimension of Hope - transforming the lives of Liberia's children, one school at a time.
Our mission is to give children in less fortunate countries unlimited opportunities to improve their reading, writing, and computer skills through education.
We do this by partnering with underserved communities to construct sustainable school buildings and facilitate the provision of multidimensional social services.
Our vision is to see communities using local resources to provide their children with educational opportunities and help to improve living conditions with locally applicable solutions that last.

 

http://www.ndhope.org
(720) 722-3033
Above the Seas
2659 Juniper Ave Boulder CO
80304
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The mission of Above The Seas is to support educational advancement through the promotion and support of community libraries in the developing world. Our main objective is to improve village and slum libraries which serve the extremely poor.
We are a small Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) supporting libraries in the developing world. We collect and manage funds which are used to purchase needed supplies for community libraries. We have very low operation overhead costs. All funds are directed entirely to purchase and deliver supplies to libraries in the poorest places. We donate supplies to existing libraries to enhance their services and improve the quality of information for the benefit of the local population.

http://www.abovetheseas.org
(303) 731-6733
Abyssinia – Ethiopian Restaurant
5707 E Colfax Ave Denver CO
80220

Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant offers delicious dining and takeout to Denver, CO.

Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant is a cornerstone in the Denver community and has been recognized for its outstanding Vegetarian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff.

Our Vegetarian restaurant is known for its modern interpretation of classic dishes and its insistence on only using high quality fresh ingredients.

Action in Africa
PO Box 3853 Aspen CO

M I S S I O N

Action in Africa strives to Educate, Inspire, and Empower people in Uganda by focusing on education and community development. Our goal is to provide sustained education, allowing individuals to reach their untapped potential and incite economic growth by becoming the next leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs in their country.

(970) 309-0202
Africa Agenda
1031 33rd Street Ste 174 Denver CO

ABOUT US
Africa Agenda is driven by the need to change the one-sided narrative of African News. We use this website, journalistic tools, and events, including the Africa News Matters website, as platforms for critical engagement and news analysis about the African continent. Founded on December 11, 2004 by George Bamu and formed as a 501C(3) non-profit organization, governed under Colorado State and the Internal Revenue Service(IRS) laws, Africa Agenda’s mission is to promote positive African News through engagement with the community, mass media outlets, leaders and lay people.

More than an information portal, Africa Agenda is a news media and education organization and a work in progress.

http://www.AfricaAgenda.org
(303) 341-1301
Africa Center: Colorado State University
CSU Johnson Hall Room 108
Fort Collins CO

The Africa Center advances innovative and interdisciplinary/transdisciplinary research that cross-cuts conventional disciplines in an attempt to tackle environmental and sustainability issues. Specifically, The Africa Center members address complex issues of biodiversity, ecosystems, wildlife, livestock and human health well-being, and the interactions that occur between these issues across spatio-temporal scales. The Africa Center members are actively involved in research, education, and collaborative engagement between institutions in Africa and the United States to promote sustainable ecosystems and societies

(970) 492-4215
Africa Development Promise
1031 33rd Street Ste 174 Denver CO

BUILDING PATHWAYS TO ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE

Africa Development Promise is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to drive collective action of rural entrepreneurial women to advance sustainable business and economic independence in African communities.

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Empowerment through collective action.

Africa Development Promise’s four-part strategy establishes a firm foundation for the development of sustainable businesses that move women farmers beyond subsistence farming to market-oriented agriculture.  We explore sustainable business opportunities that help women become economically independent.

(720) 432-0734
Africa Hope Community
2323 S Troy Street, Suite 5-230, Aurora, CO
80014

Africa Hope Community exists to assist African immigrant women (regardless of belief or background) to achieve their highest potential as they integrate into the United States culture as well as strengthen ties with their homeland. We accomplish this through participatory approach that offers women support through one-on-one mentoring, educational events, as well as through sharing resources. We strive to make a difference in the lives of immigrants and refugees.

(720) 207-3643
Africa School Assistance Project
191 University Blvd, #285
Denver, CO 80206
80206
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The Africa School Assistance Project (ASAP) is committed to increasing access to quality public education in East Africa, especially for girls.
Education, more than any other sector of development, seeds dramatic improvement in poverty reduction, gender equality, health outcomes, child immunization, HIV/AIDS prevention, environmental protection and wildlife conservation. Simply put, widely available public education will lead to a prosperous, peaceful and sustainable future for Africa.
To date, ASAP has developed seven rural community schools in the Arusha and Mwanza Regions of Tanzania, impacting over 5,000 students annually and they’re getting huge results. 100% primary completion and transition rates to secondary school and the Kupanda Project for Girls has increased secondary completion rates for girls from a shocking 4% to 100%!

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Africa’s Tomorrow
9903 Garland Dr
Westminster, CO
80021
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Africa’s Tomorrow is a tax-exempt non-profit organization, registered in the US since 2006. We provide funding to promising female students from rural Africa in order to help them attain higher education when poverty would otherwise prevent them from continuing. We believe that educating the underprivileged is the best investment in the future and provides a catalyst for positive change throughout the world.

While this entire experience benefits many people, the ultimate purpose is to help Africa. The idea is that by providing a great education to students from rural areas of Africa, they will gain the skills and knowledge that will allow them to return home and promote positive changes from within. With roots in the community, they are equipped with the knowledge and connections that will foster efficient and relevant progress, as well as the acumen to prioritize problems and allocate resources, rather than an international organization making those decisions.

(720) 507-6628