Africa Education Partnership

Promoting peace and reconciliation through education

aka Africa Education Partnership, Inc.   |   SOUTH WINDSOR, CT   |  www.africaep.org

Mission

Africa Education Partnership believes that the future success of Nigeria lies in a high quality education for all children regardless of gender, religion, or ethnicity. It is our mission to work with individuals, community groups, and organizations that share our goal and to provide funding for the construction and annual operating costs of of schools that embrace this vision. We help to provide safe learning environments by building and renovating schools, providing safety walls, and constructing wells and toilets. We also help to provide playground and sports equipment. In addition, we meet with teachers and students to share materials, ideas, and problem-solve during our yearly trips (when possible).

Ruling year info

2014

President

Mr. Donald Ghostlaw

Mrs.

Elaine Chagnon

Main address

99 SAND HILL RD

SOUTH WINDSOR, CT 06074 USA

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EIN

27-4082470

NTEE code info

Educational Services and Schools - Other (B90)

Elementary, Secondary Ed (B20)

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Graceland International School

To expand our main campus to include dormitories, a kitchen, and a dining hall so that students in outlying areas have a chance at a quality education.
We are working closely and proactively with our partners and security advisors to provide the safest environment possible for our future residential students.
Together, we are working to solve the water issues facing this area of northern Nigeria.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Girls
Boys

There are seven schools in the Kafanchan district, all in need of major renovations and supplies. In addition, a growing population of students requires new construction of classroom blocks in several locations.
We are working with our partners in Kafanchan to provide for their great needs; they are dedicated to providing a quality education for all of their students.
In addition to building construction and renovation, we are providing wells and toilets, assisting with construction of safety walls, and providing educational materials.

Population(s) Served
Children and youth
Boys
Girls

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Financials

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Africa Education Partnership

Board of directors
as of 4/14/2021
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Board co-chair

Mr. Donald Ghostlaw

Africa Education Partnership

Term: 2009 -


Board co-chair

Mrs. Elaine Chagnon

Africa Education Partnership

Term: 2010 -

Angela Dimezza

Paul Frank

Emeritus

Amjad Samuel

Beth Frank

Peter Dewberry

Robert Chagnon

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