African Grantmakers Network – A new narrative of African philanthropy

The term philanthropy has, by default, long referred to institutional or large-scale individual giving. Within the African context, however, these narrow connotations tell only a small slice of the story, setting aside a web of simple and intricate giving systems that are locally embedded and, collectively, occur at significant scale. A new report by the AGN, Sizing the Field: Frameworks for a new narrative of African philanthropy, takes the first steps in framing new narratives for African philanthropy, sketching several lenses through which to understand and engage with the realities of giving on the African continent.

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