African Nazarene University

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EFAC enjoys a vibrant collaboration with African Nazarene University which has enabled the continued growth of our education-to-employment program.  ANU’s Nairobi campus houses the EFAC office, as well as hosts our three annual Bridge Workshops and Power of One fundraising walk. ANU students and educators also volunteer as mentors and help with special projects throughout the year.


Segal Family Foundation

Segal Family Foundation partners with organizations improving the well-being of communities in Sub-Saharan Africa. The foundation’s philosophy is to develop long-term, “Active Partnerships” with nonprofits working to design the most effective, locally appropriate solutions to poverty and the struggle for social justice in their countries of operation. Selected as a Segal partner in 2012, EFAC is grateful to have received annual grant support from the foundation since that time.


Girls CHARGE

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(Collaborative for Harnessing Ambition & Resources for Girls' Education) is a global initiative to address girls' education challenges. It was launched by the Brookings Institution’s Center for Universal Education in partnership with the Clinton Foundation's No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project. EFAC was selected as a Girls CHARGE partner in 2015 joining over 50 public, private, and civil society organizations to address and advance solutions to girls’ education issues.


Non-Profit Partners

EFAC  believes in the power of collaboration.


Foundation and Corporate Partners

EFAC recognizes and thanks our partners for their ongoing support.