Text Size

Articles (154)

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 12:55

Season's Greetings 2015

Written by Administrator

Wishing our Amsha Africa Foundation team, friends, and family health and happiness this Holiday Season and throughout the New Year.

Thank you for your support in 2015 and hope you all have a healthy and blessed 2016!

Heavy rains, flooding and a spike in new arrivals could threaten the lives of over 110,000 Burundian refugees in overcrowded camps in Tanzania, amid warnings of rising political tension in Burundi.

More than 100 million people could fall into extreme poverty due to global warming, according to a World Bank report released recently.

Thursday, 29 October 2015 08:49

Africa's agriculture needs young blood

Written by Administrator

Modernizing Africa's agriculture sector to attract young people will help tackle youth unemployment and food insecurity, a report has suggested.
The findings were outlined in the 2015 African Agriculture Status Report.


An open letter to world leaders and the international community:

Contrary to reports that Chinese firms were buying or leasing millions of hectares of prime African farmland, Chinese investors have acquired only about 240,000 hectares, according to a book published on Monday.

Gusts of wind blow the dust coming from thousands of animals as they make their way to Urura borehole in Kenya's arid northern Merti ward.

When 15-year-old Mellan Chansa started menstruating, her biggest fears while venturing into the bush to change her sanitary towel were snakes and peeping boys.

Amsha Africa Foundation (AAF) officially joined the Amazon Smile Program where Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organizations selected by Amazon's customers.

If you are an avid Amazon shopper and an AAF supporter, please help support our organization by using the link below to the smile.amazon.com in support of AAF


While sex, fights and confessionals draw viewers to most reality television shows, it's the revolutionary portrayal of women as "heroes" that makes one in two Tanzanians watch a homegrown series aimed at raising the profile of women farmers.

Page 1 of 11

Please Help Amsha Africa

By Donating below:

By purchasing Amsha Africa Foundation Merchandise below:



For online banking systems in the USA, select the "Bill Pay" option and use the following details. You can also use the details below to make a wire transfer/ACH.

Pay to: Amsha Africa Foundation Bank name: Legacy Texas Address: P.O. Box 869105 Plano, TX 75086-9105

Site Login