Current Projects

Ololosokwan Primary School

Ololosokwan is one of the wards in Loliondo division in Ngorongoro District of Tanzania. Ololosokwan ward incorporates several villages including Ololosokwan, Meirowa, Seroand Darupoi. Ololosokwan is located near to Serengeti National Park Northern border, approximately 20km from andBeyond Kleins Camp.

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The Community Leaders Education Fund (CLEF)

Africa Foundation established the Community Leaders Education Fund (CLEF) bursary program in South Africa in 1996, expanding to Tanzania and Kenya in 2014 and Botswana and Namibia in 2018. The mission of CLEF is to assist young people who have displayed leadership potential to acquire education and skills that would not otherwise be available to them. The specific goals of CLEF are to provide access to tertiary education, reduce unemployment levels, increase household incomes and ultimately uplift communities.

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Iltolish Mara Primary School Teachers Accommodation

Kenya has a population of 53.5 million. More than 40% of the population is under the age of 15 years, giving the population very specific characteristics and needs. 70% of the population live in rural areas and approx. one third are classed as living below the poverty line. Agricultural activity drives the countries economy and provides the main source of work. Kenya benefits from international tourism due to beautiful beaches and extraordinary safari holiday options.

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KwaJobe Zamani Creche

KwaZulu Natal (KZN) is home to 19.9% of South Africa’s population, making it the second most populated province, after Gauteng. While the country’s 2016 growth in GDP was 0.6%, KZN’s was -0.7%. KZN consists of 10 District Municipalities of which KwaJobe community, located close to Phinda Private Game Reserve falls within the second largest – uMkhanyakude District, at 13,855km². Due to the landscape of this region and its numerous conservation parks, the Districts key economic sectors are tourism, trade and agriculture.

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Mfurumatonga Primary School

Education in Zanzibar consists of 2 years of preprimary, followed by 6 years of primary, and finally 4 years of general secondary schooling. These are all compulsory, after which the child can then leave school, or continue for a further two years of senior secondary, and tertiary level thereafter. The introduction of free education in Tanzania in 2002 led to a huge influx of children enrolling at schools.

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Nkomo Primary School Classrooms

KwaZulu Natal (KZN) is home to 19.9% of South Africa’s population, making it the second most populated province after Gauteng. KZN has the highest rate of HIV/AIDS in the country at 25.8% compared to the national prevalence of 13.5%. Unemployment stats for the first quarter of 2019 indicate that KZN has 42.4% unemployment. Unemployment stats for the first quarter of 2019 indicate that KZN has 42.4% unemployment. KZN consists of 10 District Municipalities of which Mnqobokasi community, located close to Phinda Private Game Reserve falls within second largest – uMkhanyakude District, at 13,855km².

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Saparingo Primary School Fencing Project

The Masai Mara is situated in South-West Kenya, some 270km from the capital city of Nairobi. The reserve covers approx. 1,500 km² land and adjoins the Serengeti in Tanzania. Traditionally, the Maasai people live alongside wildlife in harmony, as an important part of their beliefs.

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