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Dr Elaine Smith was born in South Africa and lives in England. She did her D.Phil at Nuffield College, Oxford on the Political Role of the Press in South Africa, which was published as her first book. Thereafter she wrote for the Sunday Times and co-authored several Sunday Times books, including Suffer the Children: the Story of Thalidomide and Destination Disaster: From the Tri-Motor to the DC10. She has edited the holocaust memoir, A Jump for Life, and collaborated on The Murdoch Archipelago. Elaine is a trustee of the following organisations: Trust for the Bureau of Investigative Journalism; the Centre for Investigative Journalism (Chair); open Democracy, Limited; Index on Censorship; and the University of Cape Town Trust. She is co-founder of the David and Elaine Garry

The Organisation

One of the principal recommendations of the gawash Conference in 2016 was to establish the Feeding

The Granting Programme

Feeding Africa international foundation UK has awarded over 7,000 small grants, in over 100 countries,

Awards to Grantees

From time to time Feeding Africa international foundation UK gives awards for excellence in research

What the Feeding Africa international foundation UK does:

Our initial aim was to improve education and access to education in Africa, but our experience was that this was often hampered by failures of governance – of inequality and corruption. Hence, we also provided grants to help the growth of civil society to create a platform upon which education could flourish and be effective. In 2006 our focus was revised to two main areas: Education and Civil Society. We aim to give 70% of our support to the main areas of Education and Civil Society. The remaining 30% of our grants will be awarded to causes close to the personal interests of the Garry family that are not connected to our strategic interests in Education and Civil Society. This will include our ongoing support for the Science and Arts. We are primarily a grant funder and look to take a strategic approach where possible. We encourage the use of research and a strong evidence base across our two main areas of focus, and we will be looking to commission small research projects in these areas. We look to broker partnerships and strongly encourage knowledge sharing and dissemination and the use of open access and creative commons to achieve this. Characteristics that are common across our funding include building networks, unlocking and enabling potential, catalysing change, and encouraging the use of a strong evidence base. We would expect all the organisations we support to take the Agriculture Sustainable Development Goals into consideration and how their work addresses them, particularly goals #6, #8, #18 and #20. About FAIF