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Gauteng: ASHA Trust: A South African NGO that establishes and supports formal and home-based early childhood centres in economically challenged communities by providing daily pre-school care, meals and educational stimulation for less-fortunate children aged 2-6.
The Annual Meeting, held July 9-11 in Arusha, Tanzania, provided top leadership of African NGOs an opportunity to network, build relationships and gain new learning opportunities to achieve a greater impact in responding to development issues such as reproductive health and family planning and youth employment, among others.
Education Partnerships Africa, a UK charity and East African NGO that works to improve the quality of education for young people in rural Kenya and Uganda, will also be a beneficiary of the money raised during the climb.
According to a study undertaken in 2009 by Gender Links, a southern African NGO promoting gender equality, voices of women in media stood only at 19%, with the percentage of women present on TV at 28%, on radio at 22% and in print media at 18%.
The Gift of the Givers, a South African NGO that has built an international reputation helping out in war and natural disaster zones, moved into a clinic that was bombed during the recent civil war.
It seems poorly conceived in terms of both ecological and socioeconomic considerations," says Wally Menne of the African NGO Timberwatch, which campaigns for the rights of forest peoples.
She is a member of the International Board of Trustees of the African Child Policy Forum, an African NGO based in Ethiopia.
The South African NGO outfits had minimal contact with one another and medics struggled on site, with INSARAG guidelines not fully followed.