AFRICA - NEW CHALLENGES, NEW OPPORTUNITIES The Africa Fund 1994 Annual Report

by The Africa Fund
New York, New York, United States
Undated, Spring 1995
4 pages
Type: Report
Coverage outside Africa: United States
Language: English
Contents: The Africa Fund in 1994 • Projects • PROTECTING THE SOUTH AFRICAN ELECTIONS • MOZAMBIQUE ELECTIONS • MAINTAINING CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT • SUPPORTING SELF-HELP PROJECTS IN SOUTHERN AFRICA • General and Administrative • Membership and Fundraising • BEQUESTS • INCOME • EXPENSES • TRUSTEES • ADVISORY COMMITTEE • The report says when Nelson Mandela took the oath of office as the first democratically elected President of South Africa a new era for Africa began; the struggle to overcome apartheid and colonialism was finally won; new challenges and opportunities lay ahead. The report says The Africa Fund is addressing these challenges and opportunities with programs to support reconstruction, development and democracy. The report says all across Africa a new surge if energy is rising to obliterate the legacy of discrimination, deprivation and dictatorship, the deviation of apartheid and its wars; democratic elections have brought new leaders to countries like Malawi; the end of civil war in Angola and Mozambique brings promise that the ballot will replace the bullet. The report says The Africa Fund is taking a delegation of state legislators to Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa to meet many newly elected officials, strengthen capacity and directly experience local needs. The report discusses Kwame Nkrumah, houses, schools, the union for South Africa’s domestic workers, education, Jesse Helms, Newt Gingrich, leaders of civil rights and women’s organizations, Mozambican President Chissano, Tilden LeMelle, Jennifer Davis, Dumisani Kumalo, protests against the Nigerian dictatorship's repression and violence, Fernando Pacheco, Member of Parliament Mauiui Yvette Mangini, Annie P. King, the American Committee on Africa (ACOA), Dr. Wyatt Tee Walker, African American religious leaders, the Mozambique Council of Churches, International Women’s Day, the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW), the South African Women's Charter, the South African Domestic Workers Union, the Trauma Center, freedom, squatter camps, barren rural areas, homes, clinics, schools, sharing skills and experience, aid to Africa, the November elections, the safety net for America's poor, and mayors.
Used by permission of Africa Action (successor to The Africa Fund).
Collection: Africa Action Archive