In the interviews which explored the perspective of Africans and their partnerships with Americans, many wanted some comments to be kept anonymous. May their voices be heard.

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There were early wins that indicated Meals with a Mission was addressing a problem worth solving, but these same indicators did not point to a full-blown strategy for doing so.

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Praxis Academy

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Today’s college-age students are entrepreneurial. Praxis Academy helps develop a support system, philosophical and practical theology, and mentorship to succeed.

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Asha Mweru hopes that US leaders would “train them in a way that they will never have doubts in their capabilities, and then give them the freedom and space to work at it.”

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African churches desire to meet the needs of its own people. “It can work, and the future we long for is closer than we think if we all partner more effectively,” shared Remmy Hamapande from Forgotten Voices.

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Scovia Mutesi, a Rwandan staff from These Numbers Have Faces, shares about her partnership with the American team, and how the model can be both a help and a hinderance.

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Mwewa Chikamba, Co-Founder of Zambikes, describes his perspective on American partnerships, and the macro needs it sheds light on in the global economy.

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Brittany Merrill-Underwood shares that Ugandan orphans are often taken way from their extended family, tribe and land. Akola aims to empower the women that care for them instead.

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In an interview with Duncan Kimani from CARE for AIDS, he shares about the importance of its U.S. partnership, but also the two-sided coin that comes with it.

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Brian Albright reflects on his experience and research on international partnerships both in NGO and for-profit settings.

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