Our community empowerment projects are unique in that we work with an array of individuals, from top leadership positions, to institutions as well as families and individuals to ensure our programs benefit the largest number of people in the best way. Through meeting with local leaders and community groups, who identify the needs of their populations, we are able to assist with programs that move entire communities forward, and uplift all individuals while creating a culture of empowerment and self-development. To do so, we focus on skills training, income generation, healthcare improvement and educational enrichment.
of the population of Sub-Saharan Africa live on less than $2.00 per day (World Bank)
Our Current Projects
Farmers of the Future
Developing skills for unemployed youth through creating community gardens and small business opportunities.
Langoni Old People’s Home
Supporting the elderly residents of the Langoni Old People’s Home with room renovations, security, common spaces and covering medical costs.
Assisting with the rehabilitation and empowerment of those living with disabilities through building facilities and income generation.
Working alongside vulnerable families to improve their circumstances through educational support and improvement of living conditions.
Community Sports Development
Collaborating to bring together over 250 children from three low income communities to participate in street cricket and soccer tournaments.
Jambiani Educational Centre
Completing the building of an educational centre in Jambiani village for the community to attend English lessons and educational projects.