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LOCAL STORIES We had the good fortune of connecting with Kathie Kreh and we’ve shared our conversation below. Hi Kathie, what was your thought process behind starting your own business?We wanted to help turn the tide for orphans and disadvantaged children in Africa...

News From The Field

News From The Field

Just as the final term of Uganda’s 2020 school year had begun on June 7, the government instituted a new Covid lockdown for 42 days. This was disappointing for our learners and a few sponsors who have waited many months to see their sponsored students begin the 2021...

AOEF/Tujje Youth Ambassador Attends 2nd Event

AOEF/Tujje Youth Ambassador Attends 2nd Event

One of AOEF’s brightest scholars, Kisakye (Asia) from Uganda, attended her second AFI Changemakers Human Rights Summit at the UN Human Rights side event hosted by global leaders and Youth Ambassadors with Ariel Foundation International. Featured speakers at both...

Mercy’s Magnificent Dreams

Mercy’s Magnificent Dreams

A dozen local artists are contributing illustrations to Mercy’s Magnificent Dreams, AOEF’s story/coloring book for Primary School children in Africa. Designed as a literacy tool for P4 learners, this storybook serves several purposes. Most notably, it aids learning...

Young Friends of AOEF Spotlight

Young Friends of AOEF Spotlight

Growing up, I had a dream to be a president some day and change everyone’s life. Young as I was, I hoped I could spread hope and expand everyone’s life options. But I was so constrained; I could hardly afford a good education. With my family, we struggled through...

Clearing Hurdles | Crushing Barriers

Clearing Hurdles | Crushing Barriers

At AOEF’s second Annual Meeting in June, we celebrated our biggest milestones since inception. Although we found ourselves in full blown Covid mode within 10 months of our founding, a focus on our mission and creative problem solving enabled us to grow despite the...