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Africare Appoints Robert L. Mallett as President
Nov 18 15
Africare announced Robert L. Mallett will become the fourth President in the organization's 45-year history. Mallett, who will leave his position as President and CEO at Accordia Global Health Foundation.
Fricare Announces Franklin C. Moore as Chief of Programs
Oct 13 15
Africare announced Franklin C. Moore, recently the Deputy Assistant Administrator in the Bureau of Africa at the United States Agency for International Development, the higher career position within the bureau, has been named Chief of Programs. As a Senior Executive Service staff member within USAID, Moore provided strategic and technical leadership to the Bureau of Africa which distributed more than $8.1 billion of assistance to 42 African nations in a year. Moore begins his new responsibilities at Africare immediately. In his role as Chief of Programs, Moore will be responsible for building and managing its large, growing and diverse portfolio of development projects. He also will be a member of Africare's Senior Leadership Team which includes the President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Development and Communications Officer.
Africare and Phase One Partner to Enhance Africa's Information and Communication Technology Systems
Jun 15 15
Phase One and Africare have entered into a groundbreaking alliance known as Africare ICT to build upon and enhance Africa's existing information and communication technology systems to accelerate development at the community level in agriculture, education, governance, and healthcare. Working with Africa's public and private sectors–African government agencies to entrepreneurial information technology start-up companies–the Africare and Phase One alliance will provide knowledge and tools to refine the processes for gathering, sharing, and accessing data that will advance health and economic opportunities for Africans. Africare has successfully addressed challenges on the continent from Ebola to food security by working with African leaders, individuals, and organizations at the community level. Africare ICT will employ this proven model to quickly discern specific community needs and rapidly make recommendations to address the needs with ICT solutions.
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