Read why African Impact have been named the best volunteer abroad organization for three years running by the leading travel resource, GoAbroad.
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 G7 partners pledged $3bn to help fund education to over eight million vulnerable girls and women all over the world. This step has been taken at the G7 Summit to redress gender inequality by investing in girls’ education.
Gender empowerment has come to the forefront of the western press. Hashtags such as #metoo and #timesup have seen huge global momentum. There is the potential for big change. But, for attitudes to alter, education is vital to empower girls.
How do the Sustainable Development Goals: 17 Goals to Transform the World, being applied to Tanzania, a special country close to our hearts here at African Impact.
Learn about how an incredible experience volunteer teaching among the Maasai tribe in Moshi, Tanzania, found themselves taught about life, happiness and self-confidence.
When our Managing Director visited the project that he initially volunteered on, he was reminded why he first fell in love with African Impact… and why we continue to be leaders in the volunteer travel industry.