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Wednesday, 02 October 2013 08:49

Why Kenya Is An Inviting Target For Terrorists

Kenya has long been an African success story, a place that's been relatively stable, peaceful and prosperous despite being in a neighborhood rocked by major disasters for decades.

Kenyans watch Monday as a plume of black smoke rises over the Westgate Mall, scene of a terrorist attack that left more than 60 dead. Kenya is a crossroads in East Africa, has many links to the West and has sent troops into Somalia. For all these reasons, the country was targeted by Somalia's al-Shabab militia group.

There's been endless civil war in Somalia, genocide in Rwanda and famine in Ethiopia. Yet these calamities have, by and large, not spilled over to Kenya, which has been the crossroads of East Africa, serving as a business, transportation and tourist hub.

The world is aging so fast that most countries are not prepared to support their swelling numbers of elderly people, according to a global study by the United Nations and an elder rights group.

The report ranks the social and economic well-being of elders in 91 countries, with Sweden coming out on top and Afghanistan at the bottom. It reflects what advocates for the old have been warning, with increasing urgency, for years: Nations are simply not working quickly enough to cope with a population graying faster than ever before. By the year 2050, for the first time in history, seniors over the age of 60 will outnumber children under the age of 15.

Monday, 23 September 2013 11:27

Kenyans donate blood for Westgate victims

As the siege at Westgate, an upmarket shopping mall in the Kenyan capital Nairobi, drags on, Kenyans have been heeding calls from the government and humanitarian agencies to donate blood to help the injured.

One of the many volunteers who have turned up to donate blood

Wednesday, 18 September 2013 15:49

Untangling China's aid to Africa

This year, the two most powerful men on the globe, presidents Barack Obama and Xi Jinping, both embarked on Africa tours, pledging to increase aid and investment and work with the continent to improve development.

Africa China Trade

While this was Barack Obama's first extended tour of Africa since taking office (he made a one-day stop in 2009 in Ghana), Chinese leaders have been visiting the continent regularly for decades, quietly working on joint development, trade, foreign direct investment and assistance projects.

Thursday, 12 September 2013 14:40

Where aid work and the private sector meet

The private sector has long been a participant in global humanitarian work, providing cash and material donations. But private enterprises are increasingly becoming directly involved in relief work, partnering with governments, the UN and NGOs to improve aid delivery.

According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), the guiding principles for public-private humanitarian collaboration include “do no harm”, coordination with humanitarian actors, conformity with humanitarian principles and standards, and respect for beneficiary communities.

IKEA’s shelter prototype could be the future of refugee housing


A pipe produces water on the Lotikipi plain. Credit: ITV News

In a joint water project between UNESCO, AAF, and the Kenyan Government came the discovery of the biggest aquifer yet in Kenya’s history that could soon put an end to the drought residents of Northern Kenya experience perennially.

Monday, 08 April 2013 10:22

AAF joins the Netzkraft Movement!

Netzkraft Movement

Amsha Africa Foundation (AAF) is now a member of the Netzkraft Movement which is an international body for peace, human rights and environment within the United Nations.

Monday, 01 April 2013 08:46

Video Explaining Aquaponics

Check out this informational video about Aquaponics, the practice of combining fish farming and hyrodoponics.

Amsha Africa Foundation has been working with various partners throughout Africa and in the U.S. to raise awareness on Aquaponics and it's potential in the third world countries.

Video is courtesy of Purdue Extension University, Sea Grant, and NOAA



Poisoned Bee's

Neonicotinoid, known as “neonics” for short, is a farm pesticide produced primarily by the German chemical giant Bayer, widely used in the U.S. to coat a massive 142 million acres of corn, wheat, soy and cotton seeds. They are also common ingredients in many home gardening products.

IRS Form 990

Today, Amsha Africa Foundation submitted its annual Form 990-N to the U.S. Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service.

Most small tax-exempt organizations whose annual gross receipts are normally $50,000 or less in the U.S. are required to electronically submit Form 990-N, also known as the e-Postcard, unless they choose to file a complete Form 990 or Form 990-EZ instead.

Amsha Africa Foundation has been in compliance with the IRS filing regulation since its formation and our filings and other non profit status documents can be found in the link below.


More Details on the Form 990:



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