Africa Public Education and Advocacy

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Carpenter in Zimbabwe

<p>Mrs. S. Chabvunyira, a carpenter, participates in AFSC's&nbsp;<a href="">livelihoods program in Zimbabwe</a>.</p>

Mrs. S. Chabvunyira, a carpenter, participates in AFSC's livelihoods program in Zimbabwe.

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Photo: AFSC/Alissa Wilson

AFSC is committed to peace and dignity of all Africans. To support these aims we work in the United States to educate people about Africa, and engage African diaspora communities to influence U.S. policy on Africa.


Resources for download

  • International Programs - Africa
  • Humanitarian Crisis Report: Horn of Africa
  • Transitional justice mechanism: Lessons learned from Truth and Reconciliation Commissions
  • In & Around the UN - June 2010

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