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A Japanese charity dedicated to helping school-age children in need is set to embark on a fundraising blitz in the U.S. in June as it rallies support for a bold 100-year vision to help African youth study abroad.

Launched in 2012, the initiative by Ashinaga to provide sub-Saharan African students with an education has started bearing fruit, with the first group of 10 students admitted to universities in Europe and the United States this year.

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