Oasis Africa Australia is proud to be a partner for Project J489N Oasis Africa Australia with Global Development Group (ABN 57 102 400 993), an Australian DFAT approved Non Government Organisation carrying out quality humanitarian projects with approved partners and providing aid to relieve poverty and provide long term solutions.
Global Development Group takes responsibility of the project according to DFAT rules providing a governance role and assisting in the areas of planning, monitoring, evaluating and auditing to ensure the projects are carried out to DFAT requirements.
Oasis Africa Australia – together with Global Development Group – is committed to helping to raise awareness and funds to help create a better future for the children of Kenya through the support of community based schools which provide nutrition, education, shelter, safety, health services, counselling, as well as advanced education scholarships and income generating projects.
Tax deductible receipts for gifts over $2 with a preference for this approved aid and development project will be issued by Global Development Group for project J489N. If projects are overfunded, funds may be directed towards other approved project activities. Please note that no non-development (evangelistic, political or welfare) activities are funded by any of these projects.
For more information please visit www.globaldevelopment.org.au
It’s great that the work of Oasis Africa means that these young girls and boys have the opportunity to reach their potential.
Reading the letters from scholarship students is very inspiring – it’s great that they have been able to persevere and achieve well in their studies despite the challenges and obstacles – no doubt the support and encouragement from OAA and in-country Project Manager Jeff is instrumental in encouraging them and mentoring them. I love how each of them talk about how they want to help others as they have been helped. It’s great to see how the project will have a positive ripple effect that goes beyond the original beneficiaries.
Having an opportunity to attend the 8th International Development Partner Conference and share best practices with 39 other grass root NGO's from 19 different countries provided key learnings around the overarching theme of Effective Development.
OAA delegates Ross and Karen Howe were pleased to attend the 2016 GDG conference on 18 & 19 April 2016.
It was also a great honour for Karen to be invited to speak at the conference about the work that OAA is undertaking in Kenya.