Positive Impact for the kids in Philippi Last month Remote Year added a new city to its itinerary, Cape Town, and Sonder was the first group to be introduced to the ‘Mother City’. Cape Town is a thriving and vibrant city, but it does have a complicated past and sharp racial, ethnic, educational, socio-economic and Read more about Remote Year meets DANCE for a CHANCE[…]
Crazy things happen in Berlin. You never know where or with whom you end up and what crazy experiences you will make. But one thing is for sure, it’s always exciting, vibrant and never what you might have expected. One of that nights happened at the beginning of March 2017. A typical night in Berlin. Read more about How it began part 2 – Crazy things happen in Berlin[…]
Getting inspired The world is full of opportunities… well, at least for those who have gotten a chance in life. For myself I can say I’ve enjoyed all the privileges of growing up in the western world. I’ve never worried about having enough food on the table, education and all kinds of opportunities were always Read more about How it began part 1 – Getting inspired[…]
Dance and Social Work A month has passed since we started our journey to Cape Town. The aim of our 3-month visit: ‘Using dance to reach out to children from the township Philippi, identify their problems and challenges, and work on solutions to solve them.’ Already in our first week in Philippi we were welcomed warmly Read more about Water and Food for our Kids in Philippi[…]
Dear Amandla Supporter, It’s hard to know where 2017 went. It seemed to come and go so quickly! But thanks to your partnership on this journey, it’s been a great year for Philippi. Amandla has strengthened relationships with our local network and has made some special friends abroad who are joining us in our mission Read more about Thanks and Happy Holidays from Amandla![…]
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City Vision – Michelle (8) reads books Click on the picture to view it!
The Positive Action for Children Fund announces four new collaborative grants generated from a first of its kind event held around the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016). The grants announced today are the result of an intense process which started on Sunday 17th July when the Positive Action for Children Fund ran its first ever Read more about Amandla wins Postive Action for Children Fund’s Collaborathon[…]