Monday, June 27, 2011

ASAP + Teachers Without Borders

ASAP Africa in Zimbabwe is excited about a new partnership with Teachers Without Borders. TWB will be linking math teachers to ASAP's Improving Math in Primary School Project. If you are a math teacher, (or know of one) that would like to share skills and knowledge with teachers in rural Zimbabwe, click here to learn more about this volunteer opportunity.
To learn more about the IMEPS Project click here.

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Food vs. Fuel

A new $600,000,000 ethanol plant will bring much needed development to Manicaland province. To be located in Chisumbanje, South of ASAP's base in Mutare, the plan has many people questioning the non-monetary, human costs. To read more click here.
Where is Chisumbanje?

Saturday, June 18, 2011

A Celebration of Success

Last week ASAP Africa and Plan International celebrated the success of their three year Village Savings & Lending project partnership in Zimbabwe. At a field day near Mutare, 100s gathered to learn more about this phenomenally successful project that helps families gain self-reliance. Click here to learn more.

Friday, June 03, 2011

3rd Annual A Harvest of Hope

Attending this unique Home & Garden event will support ASAP and features one-of-a-kind found,re-purposed and artistic items,FREE sustainable-living workshops and more… If you are near Newport Beach CA this week-end, don't miss the opportunity to attend!
11 - 5
10 - 5
12 - 4
For more details click here.

Thursday, June 02, 2011

My Skills, My Money, My Brighter Future in Zimbabwe

ASAP Zimbabwe's Country Director in Zimbabwe is proud to share learning from ASAP's Out of School Adolescents Project partnership with Catholic Relief Services. At the invitation of CRS, Regai shared his team's success stories of empowering girls with organizations from around the world during the launch of the publication, "My Skills, My Money, My Brighter Future in Zimbabwe" at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. last week. Click here to read the report.