Shecky and Jane – both from Zimbabwe – work alongside the Cape Town City Project’s team. Shecky is the house cook, while Jane takes care of the home and both hold incredibly special places in the hearts of all of those who have met them. Here is their story of how they came to work for African Impact and how they have made the volunteer house in Cape Town a home for all those who pass through it’s doors.
Charlotte joined our Wildlife Photography and Conservation Project in the Greater Kruger Region of South Africa back in March 2016. Here she talks about what she learned, the people she met and what makes South Africa such an incredible place to volunteer (to visit these projects please search them in the top right corner).
Tiarna joined us on our Orphan Day Care Project in St Lucia, Zululand back in 2015 and has since returned as a Volunteer Coordinator. Responsible for supporting our volunteers on a daily basis during their time with us in South Africa, she now shares what it has been like returning to the projects.
Youp, from the Netherlands, joined us in Cape Town on our Veterinary Assistance and Abused Animal Shelter Project back in March 2016. Here he shares what volunteers get up to and a little bit more about the amazing partner organization that we work with, TEARS
Each month our Wildlife Photography and Conservation volunteers in South Africa submit their photographs for our monthly selection. Chosen by our professional photographer who leads the program, here are May’s top 10 shots by Kim Nicole Rupp (Switzerland) and Lizzy Doogan (Australia).
Tim Feherty, originally from Northern Ireland is our incredible professional photographer who runs our Wildlife Photography and Conservation Project in the Greater Kruger region of South Africa. Let’s find out a little bit more about him!
Mary joined us on our Medical and Community Development Project in Victoria Falls, Zambia back in January 2016. Here she shares her thoughts on the Zambian people and what she misses about Africa (Please Use The Search Bar To Find This Project)!