Sussexes Donate $130,000 to African Girls Education Charity for Prince Harry’s Birthday



Prince Harry, Meghan Markle are posing for a picture: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle match a generous donation of $130,000 to CAMFED, a pan-Afrian charity that supports education for young girls.


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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle match a generous donation of $130,000 to CAMFED, a pan-Afrian charity that supports education for young girls.

  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have matched a generous donation of $130,000 towards CAMFED, a pan-Afrian charity that supports education for young girls across the continent.
  • The Duke and Duchess of Sussex wrote a sweet note to their fans who spearheaded the fundraising campaign on Twitter in honor of both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s summer birthdays.
  • “No better way to celebrate what really matters,” the couple said.

The Sussexes are celebrating Prince Harry’s 36th birthday in their signature fashion—with a charitable donation to an organization close to their hearts.

It was revealed on Tuesday that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle made a generous donation towards CAMFED, a pan-African charity that helps revolutionize how young African girls receive an education throughout the

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Countering school closures with radio education in the Central African Republic – Central African Republic

With funding from Education Cannot Wait, Jesuit Refugee Service is expanding remote learning opportunities for children impacted by the COVID-19 crisis

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Special Contribution by Jesuit Refugee Service (Original Story)

While all the educational facilities in the Central African Republic (CAR) have closed their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak, students and teachers have found a new source for learning: the airwaves.

To keep children from falling further behind in the pandemic, the Jesuit Refugee Service is producing a weekday radio education program known as *L’École à la Radio *(The School on the Radio). Children have been tuning into the broadcast since June every day from 4:30 to 5pm to hear radio lessons broadcast by the Lego ti la Ouaka community radio in Bambari, where JRS is supporting internally displaced persons and local communities with funding from the global fund for education in emergencies and

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West African Economies Benefit From Graduation Of Two Groups Of Young Talents With Work-ready Digital Skills As Part Of SAP Skills For Africa

SAP Africa welcomed the graduation of 27 young professionals who recently completed their training as part of the SAP Young Professional Program, a digital skill build initiative under the umbrella of SAP Skills for Africa. The 27 graduates from Ghana and Nigeria, join another group of graduates from Nigeria who completed their training earlier this month.

According to Marita Mitschein, Senior Vice President Digital Skills Southern Europe, Middle East & Africa SAP and Managing Director at the SAP Training and Development Institute, this year’s graduates had to cope with a disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic which forced a change in the format of the program. “With countries across the continent in lockdown for much of this year, we had to adapt to a fully virtual delivery model. The new reality brought by the coronavirus has further highlighted the urgent need to accelerate digital skills development, especially as the world

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