New members join the APN!

On the 6th of December 2021, APN had its 10th Annual General Meeting (AGM), through it APN is delighted to inform you/the public that the AGM approved the recruitment of 14 new members from 11 countries across Africa that are; the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Somalia, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. This is the first time ever for APN to recruit such a large number of members in a year since the begging of its operation. To date, the network has a total of 53 Members (50 from Africa, 1, from Belgium, 1 from the United Kingdom, and 1 from the United States of America (USA).

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APN Youth Summit 2021

About the Summit

Youth Summit on African Philanthropy will take place under the banner of the African Philanthropy Network (APN) in collaboration with African Youth actors and organizations. Youth Philanthropy and Power will be the first conference of its kind in Africa deliberately aimed at a collective conversation between diverse youth as the communities that makes up our states. APN has a bold vision of establishing an African Youth Philanthropy Platform with all philanthropic efforts and associations that have many different names dedicated to making a difference in their communities through their philanthropic work. Life, as we know it, has changed; work models have shifted; economies have shrunk, and livelihoods have been severely affected. The devastation by the pandemic is immeasurable, yet amid this, the field of philanthropy in Africa has also witnessed huge amounts of giving in-kind and cash. Communities, individuals, corporates and various forms of philanthropic organizations have all responded to the pandemic and addressed the negative effects of COVID-19.