U.S. foundations made grants totaling nearly $1.5 billion focused on Africa in 2012. This represented 25 percent of foundations' international giving, up from 14 percent in 2002. Produced by Foundation Center in cooperation with Africa Grantmakers' Affinity Group, this first-ever report examines changes in funding for Africa over the past decade and provides detailed analyses of the distribution of funding in the latest year. The report also explores differences in funding priorities based on whether recipients are headquartered in Africa or outside of the African continent.
Title: U.S. Foundation Funding for Africa: 2015 Edition
Publication date 2015-11-18
Publication Year 2015
, Niamani Mutima
, Steven Lawrence
, The Tides Center/Africa Grantmakers' Affinity Group
, africa focused
, organizations headquartered
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