Workforce Readiness
CorpsAfrica unlocks the human potential of local communities by recruiting, training, and placing young, university-educated Africans to live in underserved regions in their own countries to facilitate small-scale, high-impact projects identified by local people and funded by partners from Africa and around the world. To date, CorpsAfrica has hosted hundreds of Volunteers in Morocco, Senegal, Malawi, and Rwanda, who have completed over 500 projects, including: Building wells, schools, roads, and irrigation systems; Establishing literacy programs; and Supporting vegetable and livestock farms.

The Need

With a goal of growing to all 54 of Africa's nations within the next ten years, CorpsAfrica’s asked KIN for guidance in how to leverage partnerships as a means to increase capacity to train more young Africans to combat poverty in rural communities. (Catalyze Session)

Project Impact

The Knowledge Partners brainstormed a variety of strategic partners and pledged to introduce CorpsAfrica to valuable leads. These new partnerships will help CorpsAfrica achieve its goals of new country launches, expand existing programming and numbers of Volunteers, and build a reserve fund to sustain the effort for years to come.
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