The Girl Impact

The Girl Impact is a collaborative project between The African Impact Foundation and our partner volunteer organization African Impact. Our goal is to support and educate young girls to help them make more informed decisions as they move towards womanhood.

Drawing from the years of development experience that both organizations have in Africa, volunteer projects were set up in three amazing locations: Cape Town, South Africa; Livingstone, Zambia; and Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. These three gender equality volunteer projects aid in the development and education of girls between the ages of 11 and 18; a crucial time when a girl’s future potential and opportunities can flourish through education, learning skills and social support, or be stunted and stifled by the irreversible effects of child marriage, early pregnancy, HIV and other preventable hardships.

Our Current Projects

Cape Town

In post-Apartheid South Africa, girls are in real need of support, facing issues with access to education and healthcare and high abuse rates.

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In Zambia, life for a young girl is hard. With over 60% of the population living below the poverty line, school dropout usually begins around the age of 13.

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Women are still hugely under-served in rural communities in Tanzania and face many inequalities in their daily lives.

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