Ben Campbell

Press Service International

Ben Campbell is the CEO Africa Enterprise and Laura Bennett is a contributor for African Enterprise and radio host at Hope 103.2 based in Sydney.

  • Marvelling at Mandela

    ‘…Marvelling at Mandela, and the spirit and humility of the man…’ – Michael Cassidy reflects on one of his meetings with South Africa’s first democratic president.

  • “Let your dreams keep hope alive”. A tribute to Africa’s youth.

    Africa has the youngest population in the world – its average age is just 19 years.

  • For such a time as this

    “People lose their way without wise leadership, but a nation succeeds when it has many good counsellors to guide it.” (Proverbs 11:14)

  • Supporting Theological training in South Sudan

    Santino Yuot, a former refugee and leader in the South Sudanese community in Australia, has a passion for the gospel in his home country which has been enhanced by studies at Sydney Missionary and Bible College.

  • Rwanda – Emergency Response

    AEE Rwanda is deeply grateful to the support offered during the COVID- 19 pandemic lockdown. The support came as a rescue operation, and without it, the families that were served would have suffered greatly during the lockdown.

  • Meet Tamandani, Health Programs Officer at AE Malawi

    Tamandani Nazimera, a phenomenal and passionate woman of faith, recently joined the team at AE Malawi in a voluntary capacity as Health Programs Officer. Originally from Blantyre, Tamandani studied nursing and midwifery at the University of Malawi.

  • African Enterprise COVID-19 Response, Kenya

    COVID-19 pandemic has affected majority of countries in Africa. Confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Africa were 189,559 as of 8 June up from 51,000 a month ago.

  • COVID, Africa and Hope

    Our global future is nothing like our past. The world is reeling as it wrestles to contain the novel coronavirus pandemic and the economic devastation that lies in its wake.

  • Human, not heroes

    As part of their response to the coronavirus pandemic, Ghana’s AE team will be providing food parcels to impoverished community members.

  • Human, not heroes

    As part of their response to the coronavirus pandemic, Ghana’s AE team will be providing food parcels to impoverished community members.