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Western Province Education Initiative
Proposals are welcome from Harambee secondary schools in Butere-Mumias District for classroom expansion.
RFP to be send out for Masinde Muliro University Library expansion

Southern Africa AIAD Initiatives
The foundation is inviting expressions of interest (EOI) from individuals, firms, or consortia for the establishment of a Business Planning Resource Capability that would provide consulting support to the foundation and its Global Health product grantees to strengthen their business practices and strategically plan for health technology uptake.
Countries in the initiative include: South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Malawi, Zambia, Namibia, Lesotho, Swaziland

East African Environmental Programs
Grants directed towards organizations that prevent soil erosion.
Indigenious forest conservation grants
Countries covered include: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi

Continental Short Term Initiatives
Expanding outreach for hearing impaired institutions.
East Africa,West Africa, Southern Africa, Central and West Africa deaf schools contruction.


Western Cape Bursary Program
Annual scholarships issued to qualified students for university studies in South Africa.
Areas of sponsorship include: sciences and environment.

Kenya, Uganda, South Africa AIAD Programs
We're inviting letters of inquiry (LOIs) from qualified applicants to assist 12 East and Southern Africa-eligible countries establish external advisory groups and manage related grants. Our grant will be awarded to a single grantee. To understand the program, eligibility requirements, and how to apply, please send your LOI's to

AIAD Foundation for Storied Colleges
African storied colleges will qualify for grants for labaratory expansions and library construction.
This will cover Senegal, Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya.

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