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African Business Review: AN INSIGHT INTO AFRICA

Thursday 3rd December 2015

Richard Putley, Managing Director of Executives in Africa, returned earlier this month from a trip to Lagos and shares insights on how Africa’s largest economy was faring.  Please follow the link below and click to page 7 to read the full article:  

Helen Clear, Researcher – Fifth Blog Post from Tanzania

Friday 20th November 2015

20th November 2015 The Forever Angels Baby Home cares for many children with special and educational needs… It is sad to document but without the care and attention at the Baby Home our SEN children would either not be alive or would be living in severe pain and discomfort. Children with disabilities in many parts […]

Helen Clear, Researcher – Fourth Blog Post from Tanzania

Wednesday 28th October 2015

Many children at Forever Angels have families who were unable to care for them – the main aim of Forever Angels is to return these children to their families in the future providing that they will be loved and looked after by them. The Baby Home’s Outreach Project enables families to look after their children […]

Helen Clear, Researcher – Third Blog Post from Tanzania

Wednesday 21st October 2015

Today I visited Tunaweza, which is a day centre for people with disabilities where they are taught various skills including cooking, sewing & various crafts like card and bracelet making. Everything that is made is for sale and the proceeds are reinvested in the charity. The students stay for 2 years with the hope that […]

Helen Clear, Researcher – Second Blog Post from Tanzania

Wednesday 30th September 2015

24th September 2015 The second report from EiA’s Helen Clear during her sabbatical at the Forever Angels baby home in Tanzania. I am thoroughly enjoying my time at the Forever Angels baby home. The enrichment offered to the lives of the children here is evident every day and I find myself completely immersed with the […]

Helen Clear, Researcher – Blog Post from Tanzania

Friday 11th September 2015

Helen Clear, Researcher, is currently spending a 3 months sabbatical in Tanzania. Here is her first Blog, and she will be keeping us updated of her news on a regular basis. I have spent almost one week in Mwanza, Tanzania helping at Forever Angels Baby Home and I already know that the next few months […]

Executives in Africa intern Helen Clear heads to Tanzanian Orphanage

Wednesday 2nd September 2015

Executives in Africa is always keen to review fundraising towards projects in African regions and when one of their Researchers, Helen Clear, 23, suggested that she may look at the option to take a sabbatical at an orphanage in Africa, both EiA MD’s, Sarah Fitzgerald and Richard Putley, were keen to support her. “When Helen […]

Executives in Africa (EiA) launches new Fit / Gap Analysis Assessment Product in Tanzania

Tuesday 21st July 2015

Sarah Fitzgerald, (EiA) Managing Director recently returned from a meeting in Dar es Salaam in Tanzania where she delivered an exciting new product to a financial services client who was making a critical group level hire and wanted total objectivity delivered by an independent and suitably qualified Executive Search firm. Having demonstrated a strong track […]

Executives in Africa attend prestigious African Leadership event in Oxford

Wednesday 15th July 2015

Richard Putley, EiA Managing Director and Colleen McIntyre, Consultant recently attended a prestigious event at Rhodes House, Oxford as guests of the Board of the African Leadership Institute. The occasion marked the presentations made by the class of 2015 Tutu Fellows.  EiA was closely involved in the search for a new Chief Operating Officer for […]

Ghana Exhibition Polo Match

Tuesday 7th July 2015

Sarah Fitzgerald, Managing Director at Executives in Africa was delighted to attend her first ever polo match at the weekend having been invited to the 2nd annual Ghana Exhibition Polo Match at Cirencester Park Polo Club. We were met with some true British weather on the day with heavy rain descending over lunch, but clearly […]