Africare is a leading non-governmental organization (NGO) committed to addressing African development and policy issues by working in partnership with African people to build sustainable, healthy and productive communities. Since 1970, Africare has provided well over $1 billion of assistance and support through more than 2,500 projects in Agriculture & Food Security; Water, Sanitation & Hygiene; Women’s Empowerment; and Health, HIV & AIDS that have impacted millions of beneficiaries in 36 countries in Africa.
ChildFund is an international development organisation that provides a positive and sustainable environment for deprived, excluded and vulnerable children. They exist to change underlying factors that prevent children from fully experiencing the rights to the support, protection and care they need to grow up healthy and strong.ChildFund’s key strength lies in mobilising communities and empowering them to play an active role in their own development efforts through community based interventions, capacity building and ensuring sustainable practices in the community.
Phakamani Foundation is committed to making a difference in their local communities.
Its philosophy is firmly grounded in giving people a ‘hand up, not a hand out’.
This is why they extend loans to those people who are prepared to help themselves and who have sound micro enterprise ideas.
Seeds of Hope has a vision is to help impoverished communities in the developing world through:
- Training people to improve their communities through holistic community development
- Equipping people with tools and practical skills to solve problems within their own communities
- Transforming communities by bringing knowledge that will free them from water-borne diseases and improve their health and quality-of-life
- Partnering with organisations and individuals from around the world to bring lasting change.
Water For All is a non-profit organisation based in Johannesburg that has provided access to clean water to hundreds of schools and communities throughout Africa since 2004.
As part of Water For All's approach, the organisation works with local communities and in-country advisors to assess each school or community's water needs and determine which water technology is appropriate for the setting