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Here you can find out more about the work we do and about how you can get involved in making a difference to the lives of adults and children in impoverished regions of Africa.
 
Our ethos is based on building and maintaining strong partnerships with the communities we work in. We work to enrich people’s lives through implementing improved health and nutrition infrastructures, building opportunities for better education, creating safe places for children to play and helping to generate sustainable sources of income for families.
 
Each community has unique needs and we pride ourselves on striving to understand and address those needs in a sustainable and impactful way.

St Lucia Educational Support Program

St Lucia Educational Support Program, South Africa
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St Lucia Educational Support Program

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Luntu Rubber Softplay

by Happy Africa 22 May 2015
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by Happy Africa 21 May 2015
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Making a difference

May 1:  May Day Madness fundraiser was held in Livingstone raising over $500 for the Linda expansion project.

May 1:
Volunteers and staff in Cape Town dived into a night of Fondue Fun, raising R710 for our Educational Support Project with Luntu Educare.

April 16:
Veggie and herb gardens added to our health and nutrition programme in Cape Town.

April 11:
After a thrilling and successful trip to Table Mountain, the Cape Town location is eagerly brainstorming with GAPA for our next enrichment trip.

April 8:
Women’s group in Zanzibar have begun taking care of the Beyond the Roots Garden.

March 26:
Shack installed in the Cape Town house to responsibly store and implement resource donations from our generous supporters!

March 2:
The Tag Rugby Trust joined our Livingstone team, painting classrooms and adding layers to the security wall at Zambezi Sawmills School.

March 20:
The International Day of Happiness was THAF’s cue to stage our #Dance4THAF fundraiser, raising R1,538 for projects across all locations!

March 19:
Zumba class in Cape Town raised R800 towards the GAPA Enrichment Project.

March 9:
Quiz night at Moshi, Kilimanjaro raised 285,800 Tanzanian Shillings.

March 3:
Three JoJo tanks were installed at St. Lucia to collect rainwater and provide a sustainable water source to three local residents.

February 23:
Cape Town volunteers raised R910 with their spa fundraiser for the GAPA Enrichment Program.

February 23:
THAF launched the One Meal One Day Challenge! Click here to accept the challenge!

February 18:
THAF’s #HelpingHand Highlight shed light on how our Sponsor a Child project in Livingstone, Zambia helped Nambo have a safe place to stay, with three meals a day, while going to school!

February 17:
THAF’s Managing Director, Greg Bows, has been voted the winner of the IHIF Young Leader of the Year award for 2015!

February 5:
Cape Town volunteer donated five recycled skipping ropes to the GAPA Enrichment program.