International Foundation for Education & Self-Help Internship Profile
The International Foundation for Education & Self-Help (IFESH) is a nonprofit, charitable organization that works to improve living conditions in Sub-Saharan Africa. The International Fellows Program was established in 1987 to give college graduates and graduate students the chance to work with an international development organization in Sub-Saharan Africa. To date, the program has places more than 176 Fellows in 28 countries. The program is funded by grants from the United States Agency for International Development, The World Cocoa Foundation and other donors. IFESH organizes programs aimed at reducing hunger and poverty, increasing literacy, providing health care and fostering increased cultural and economic relations between Africans and Americans.
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