The State of Connecticut and the General Assembly recognized the founder of AFRICAPHILANTROPIES for his outstanding teaching achievement within the classroom.
AFRICAPHILANTROPIES 2011 trip to Togo enabled the citizens of Togo to have more efficient and effective medical equipment. As they arrived to give the citizens of Togo the medical equipment, they were greeted by the citizens who were dancing and praising their presence.
The photos contain public officials accompanying AFRICAPHILANTHRIES as the video shows a festive dance that is often held in Togo for celebrations.
The founders of AFRICAPHILANTROPIES have been honored throughout the state of Connecticut, United States of America, and the world for what their non-profit has accomplished. Toghether, Zato Kadambya and Leonille Kadambaya have changed the world. Educators, Government Officials, Leaders, and International Communities agree, that this non-profit has created change. It's time to be apart of this wonderful, life changing mission!
In 2011, the mayor of Norwich, CT awarded the founder of AFRICAPHILANTOPIES a day in the Norwich City for his contribution to the community.
In 2011, the founder of AFRICAPHILANTROPIES, Zato Kadambaya, was awarded Outstanding Alumni Educational Leadership Award by The Department of Educational Leaderships at Central Connecticut State University.
In 2013, the founder of AFRICPHILANTROPIES was awarded the Excellence in Education Award by NAACP.
In 2012, AFRICAPHILANTHROPIES won the prestigious University of Connecticut Provost Award for Excellence in Outreach and Public Engagement.