In Zambia, celebrations occurred on the national and provincial level. All thirteen districts of the Southern Province were present and they displayed information on their attempts to increase literacy rates in their area. It was Livingstone who was awarded the recognition for their work to eradicate illiteracy – with African Impact highlighted for their contribution with educating the community with their Adult Literacy Classes.
“The children have grown accustomed to seeing white people come to their country and volunteer, so I wondered how the children would accept me.”
Kat Duffy, African Impact alumnus, has become a very familiar face to us in Cape Town. After returning home, Kat set her sights on fundraising. Her ambitious target was met when she sent 90 children and 15 grannies to see Robben Island.
A video and explanation of how the African Impact team is implementing Eco Tourism practices to protect the island’s resident dolphin population.
African Impact’s staff, volunteer and intern team in South Africa witness a rhino dehorning and tell us about their experience.
As part of this World Cleanup Day, African Impact volunteers are taking part in a global mass clean-up to part of the biggest civic action in human history.