Mission and Current Programs. African Education Program. Gives African children hope through education. African Education Program. 501(c)3 non-profit organization Founded in 2002 by three Radnor High School Students Based in Wayne, Pennsylvania. AEP’s Work in Africa.
Gives African children hope through education
In August 2006, AEP opened the Amos Youth Centre providing an educational environment for underprivileged children and promoting HIV/AIDS awareness
Located in the Shikoswe District, one of the most poverty stricken areas in the town of Kafue
Open to all youths aged 7 to 25. Several hundred children participate daily or weekly in a variety of programs.
With 1,000 Schoolbooks and 3,000 readers
9 stations are installed for students to learn basic computer skills and to access the Internet.
Before and After School Programs
English Speaking, Reading and Writing Program
Serving approximately 50 meals each school day.
the stigma and discrimination associated with HIV/AIDS
The Drama Group
Singing and sketches emphasize HIV/AIDS awareness.
The JETS Club
The JETS Club (Junior Engineering and Technical Society) organizes competitions on Math, English, and Sciences.
The Soccer Team
Open until 10:00 PM Friday and Saturday Evening
This helps keep the members off the streets and out of trouble.
AEP selects HIV/AIDS orphans, members of the Amos Youth Centre who deserve to continue their schooling.
2007 School Year:AEP sponsored 25 HIV/AIDS Orphans
2008 School Year:AEP sponsored 46 HIV/AIDS orphans for grades 8 through 12 and 7 orphans for college
An innovative approach to mitigate the educational deficiency and HIV/AIDS crisis in Africa