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“It’s time to stop limiting women’s potential”: Selassie Tay takes on training women to be independent in Ghana

For Selassie, the sight of Grace’s dilapidated house and weary expression was not unfamiliar—as the son of a single mother and brother to two sisters, Selassie knew the heartbreak of this situation well. From his experience with his mother, he also sensed that, despite the bleakness of Grace’s situation, that she wanted—and was capable of—more.

“It’s time to stop limiting women’s potential”: Selassie Tay takes on training women to be independent in Ghana2019-09-10T07:39:03-07:00

“Sharing Common Problems”: Uplifting Women Through Economic Empowerment and Education in East Africa

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

“Sharing Common Problems”: Uplifting Women Through Economic Empowerment and Education in East Africa2019-08-23T07:44:35-07:00

Funding Dreams and Empowering the Impoverished in Kenya’s Capital City

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

Funding Dreams and Empowering the Impoverished in Kenya’s Capital City2019-08-27T11:44:30-07:00

“Ensuring That No Woman Is Computer Illiterate”: The Story of Kenyan Women Accomplishing More Than They Ever Thought Possible

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

“Ensuring That No Woman Is Computer Illiterate”: The Story of Kenyan Women Accomplishing More Than They Ever Thought Possible2019-08-27T11:44:45-07:00

Finding Connection in Kikuji: How One Woman Helped Struggling Women Become Business Owners

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

Finding Connection in Kikuji: How One Woman Helped Struggling Women Become Business Owners2019-08-21T11:16:44-07:00

Five Questions with Peter J. Harris, TPP Grantee & Founder of the Black Man of Happiness Project

I wanted to inspire viewers to see the humanity and vitality of the men. I wanted viewers to join me on my exploration of African American life and history from a refreshing, life-affirming new angle: through the lens of happiness of the men whose survival, let alone joy, has never been a national priority.

Five Questions with Peter J. Harris, TPP Grantee & Founder of the Black Man of Happiness Project2019-08-28T11:32:04-07:00

Building “Humanity and Brotherhood”: Strengthening Economic Empowerment in East Africa

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

Building “Humanity and Brotherhood”: Strengthening Economic Empowerment in East Africa2019-08-21T11:16:17-07:00

Grantee News Update: “I don’t want to wait until I’m older”: Ananya Singh Keeps “Greening Forward” Moving

Recently appointed the new CEO of Greening Forward—a NY-based youth environmental sustainability training program—Ananya Singh, 16, represents the socially conscious, modern-day teen: accomplished, ambitious, and ready to change the world.

Grantee News Update: “I don’t want to wait until I’m older”: Ananya Singh Keeps “Greening Forward” Moving2019-08-21T09:56:47-07:00

First Steps: Securing a More Environmentally Sustainable Future for East Africa

A part of the East Africa Leadership Program Series This year, TPP entered a new stage of its East Africa programming. Focusing specifically on grantmaking to burgeoning community leaders in Kenya and Uganda who have the potential to make real, lasting change, TPP and its East African Leadership team—all [...]

First Steps: Securing a More Environmentally Sustainable Future for East Africa2019-08-21T10:06:57-07:00

News Update: Jo-Anne McArthur’s New “We Animals Media” Website Takes a Journalistic Approach to Telling the Stories of Animals

Today, after years of documenting the plight of animals on all seven continents and authoring two books, McArthur continues to ask the tough questions about how we, as humans, relate to animals through her new venture, We Animals Media.

News Update: Jo-Anne McArthur’s New “We Animals Media” Website Takes a Journalistic Approach to Telling the Stories of Animals2019-08-21T09:55:35-07:00
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