|Grants and Awards

African Youth Excellence Honorary Award 2015

Atti Worku Awarded the 2015 African Youth Excellence Honorary Award Seeds of Africa Founder and Executive Director, Atti Worku, was awarded The African Youth Excellence (AYE) Honorary award in 2015, an award which is given annually by the U.S. based research and youth advocacy organization, celebrating “the achievements of a dynamic young African leader in [...]

The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation

Seeds of Africa was awarded a Renewal Grant to Innovative Education and Health Programs in Ethiopia. The Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation (BMSF), a leader in the global movement to reduce health disparities, awarded a renewal grant of $15,000 to Seeds of Africa in July 2015, February 2014 and 2013. With the philosophy that empowerment and good [...]

George Link, Jr. Charitable Trust

George Link, Jr. Charitable Trust, giving primarily for education, hospitals and health organizations,, social services, and community programs, granted a renewal grant of $5,000 in 2015 to Seeds of Africa. This will enable us to continue providing the students enrolled in our foundational program, Seeding Education, with an innovative curriculum, mentorship, exposure to cultures and [...]

2014 Best Kindergarten and Elementary School in Adama, Ethiopia

Seeds of Africa Awarded 2014 Best Kindergarten and Elementary School in Adama, Ethiopia by the local government, Oromiya Education Bureau, for its outstanding programs and services.

The Alexander Soros Foundation Awarded $1million in 2014 and $100,000 to Pioneering Ethiopian School

The Alexander Soros Foundation (ASF) doubled its yearly gift to Seeds of Africa Foundation in November 2013 with a $100,000 gift and most recently awarded Seeds of Africa its largest gift to date in December 2014, a $1 million pledge for The Dream School Campaign. “Education is the great equalizer in any society,” said Mr. [...]

Global Children’s Advocacy and Education Organization Recognizes Pioneering Curriculum Model in Ethiopia

The United States Fund for UNICEF, a leader in the global movement to improve the life of every child, awarded a first-time grant to Seeds of Africa Foundation in October 2013. Seeds of Africa will use the funds to expand programs through the Dream School Initiative. “This grant from the U.S Fund for UNICEF provides [...]

2013 Anonymous Grant $100,000

Seeds of Africa is so gracious to its anonymous supporter for granting a foundational grant in 2013. This grant covered student expenses, including uniforms, school supplies, medical fees, and nutritional support for all 100 of our students and contributed to our outstanding accomplishments for 2014-2015. We are expanding the Seeding Education and Sowing Community programs [...]

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