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Kick-Starting Gender Equality in Cape Town

Although only a little over a year old, the gender equality program has become a massive success and continues to impact the lives of hundreds of young girls and boys throughout the townships around Cape Town. Learn about its origins from a volunteer who helped kick-start this all-important initiative.

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Lions Giving Our Researchers the Run-Around

Antelope Park, Zimbabwe, holds a special place in our heart as it’s where African Impact was founded. It’s also the home to the world-first and very successful Lion Rehabilitation and Release into the Wild Program.

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Mkhosana Kid’s Club: A Christmas Tale!

The kids of the Mkhosana Kids Club in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, burst into life a few days before Christmas 2016. The initial project was to provide a place for fun and interaction for 12 local orphans that had been identified by Victoria Falls social services… but it turned out to be a Christmas miracle. Here, Orphan Care and Teaching volunteer Ruth, tells us all about it!

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Part 2 of Life in Zanzibar

Having volunteered with us prior to being offered a position, Sheriece knows all there is to know about our Teaching and Community Support Program and gives us an awesome breakdown here of what your life as an education volunteer in Zanzibar could be like.

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Part 1 of Life in Zanzibar

As our Project Coordinator in Zanzibar, Sheriece Kamp is a wealth of knowledge! Her story was recently published in Australia, and we wanted to share it with you. In this first part, Sherice shares some advice on how to become affiliated with African Impact, how she manages her role with us and discusses what it takes to be a volunteer!

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