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  • 10 people are interested

The Board of Directors of the Africa Exchange Project (AEP) support the organization’s work and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. AEP’s board members serve a three-year term and are eligible for re-appointment for one additional term. Board meetings are held six times per year.

Volunteers are engaged to support events and to host visitors as part of the Exchange Project. However, the AEP Board of Directors is a working board. In addition to organization-wide decisions, Board members work on Executive, Finance, Marketing/Communications and Development Committees. We are looking for Board members who have an interest in and capacity for, researching sources of corporate and foundation funding opportunities including grant writing. Committees meet once every two months or on an as needed basis.

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Metrowest Boston, MA, PO BOX 345, ASHLAND, MA 01721, US

Mission Statement

To work in partnership to provide clean water, improve education and healthcare, and share culture, faith and music with communities in Africa.


The Africa Exchange Project provides access to clean water, quality education and reliable healthcare in Pomerini, Tanzania. Our primary work is building relationships. It began with one person visiting the village of Pomerini, Tanzania. That was all it took to inspire our exchange with delegations traveling to Tanzania and friends from Tanzania coming to the United States.

This love that binds us together compels us to be of use. Telling the story of our friends - their dreams and ambitions - joins our communities with theirs. We raise money in the U.S. to provide clean water to families, expand educational opportunities for children, and improve healthcare access and quality in rural Tanzania.

We have installed 43 clean water wells in our 15 year history. We provide a scholarship program to send young girls to secondary school. We have provided more than $30,000 to improve the infrastructure and medical equipment and pharmaceuticals for the healthcare dispensary. We are currently funding a $100,000 project which is to build a Science Center for the Secondary School in our sister village located in the Kilolo District of the Iringa Region of Tanzania.

Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


Metrowest Boston, MAPO Box 345Ashland, MA 01721


  • Financial Literacy
  • Strategic Planning
  • Management
  • Grant Writing / Research
  • Resource Development / Management
  • Cross-cultural Communication




  • Flexible time commitment, Board meets 6 times per year. Working sub-committees meet once every two months or as needed.
  • Candidate should live in the Greater Boston area.

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