News

SUBSCRIBE to our Breakfast On The Nile newsletter to stay updated on our progress.

The Cold Truth: Remote Learning in Sub-Saharan Africa

The Cold Truth: Remote Learning in Sub-Saharan Africa

Since the onset of COVID-19, we have resorted to different modes of distance learning at all levels of education. During these tough times, we have had time to reflect on the importance of education in our own country, but how are students faring in the developing...

Youth Leaders Who Love Serving Africa

Youth Leaders Who Love Serving Africa

In just 7 months, AOEF’s Youth Advisory Council and Young Friends of AOEF have made major contributions in support of our mission to educate children in Africa. Our African and American youth volunteers and young professionals have been meeting across time zones and...

Cross Cultural Poetry Slam

Cross Cultural Poetry Slam

CLICK HERE to read some of the Poetry Slam entries. With little to no internet connectivity in the villages we serve and personal transportation strictly controlled during COVID, our cross-cultural Poetry Slam! presented some challenges. But those challenges were...

5 New Sponsors Step Forward

5 New Sponsors Step Forward

In the midst of trying and unfamiliar times, the passion and will of the human spirit shine through. African Orphan Educational Foundation added 5 new educational sponsors at the height of the COVID-19 crisis. With schools closed tight, African nations on lockdown,...

Seeking Solutions in the Midst of a Crisis

Seeking Solutions in the Midst of a Crisis

The mission/aid agencies we work with became food distribution posts in the midst of the pandemic. With schools and businesses closed, many of our students and members of their communities relied on basic food staples supplied by our mission partners. In a state of...

We Support BIG Dreams

We Support BIG Dreams

We Support BIG Dreams Stanley had to repeat 8th grade and drop out of school twice – not because he failed, but because he couldn’t pay his school fees. Stanley wants to be a doctor. Stanley’s mom, a widow with five children, barely makes two dollars per day; he and...