….wild is the wind…creative freedom is the seed….
PEPA (: A cluster of 30 NGOs and Human Rights group in the Congo and Africa Offering training programmes, aiming to help Victims of Rape as a Weapon of war, through providing medical care, councilling, sustainable living and cultural dance/events to restore the dignity and self-esteems of an entire war-tore nation; trying to help Women who were Brutally harmed, one village at a time.
For a lists of the 30+ NGOs and their contact details, please click (http://www.pepaorganization.org/)
On the 31st Jan 2017, Pepa achieved UN Consultative Status.
Akili Girl’s School is a non-profit day and boarding primary school for girls aged between 9 to 15 years from Obunga Slum and Obambo Village, Kisumu, Kenya. The primary target group are girls from the lowest income populations, particularly those who are affected by the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Obunga slum and Obambo village in Kisumu County. Akili Girls’ Preparatory School provides holistic education that addresses both the physical and emotional needs of the girls while creating dignity through self-reliance. Akili Preparatory School for Girls provides free quality education for underprivileged girls from Obunga Slum, Kisumu, Kenya. Deeper Missions Org, USA is matching all funds raised upto $10,000 to enable us to drill a permanent well 110 meters deep to provide clean and safe drinking water for 30 underprivileged girls attending a boarding school in its Obambo Campus as well as over 300 households living in Obambo village, Kisumu, Kenya.
Mzungu Volunteers announces its partnership with the Executive Agency of the European Comission for the programme Youth in Action – Action 2 – European Voluntary Service. From Romania, Europe
Proposed project : Roots of Education 4 Sustainable Development (REd4SD). 18 EVS volunteers from Europe will be participating in 3 voluntary stages in Kampala during a period of 3 months each. Supported by the European Union aiming to offer links between different roots of education in order to assure sustainable development of the local communities of Mzungu Volunteers.
The project will offer the possibility of youngsters to engage in different forms of non-formal activities in the field of: health issues, cultural and social development as well as personal and professional development. Here at Mzungu Volunteers welcome others interested in joining the volunteers who will be working on this project, details and dates will be posted for interested individuals.
Thank you and happy volunteering 2012.
“This is a year for change, a year of extreme adventures and one for the best experiences ever” by Kennedy, at Mzungu Volunteers.
from the Mzungu Team
Since 2010, I’ve been on the Advisory board of Hope Children Foundation Africa (www.hcfafrica.org)
I mentored the two founders of HCFA in Kampala, Uganda and Mzungu Volunteer is the direct result of the development via Hope Children Foundation that resulted in this “sustainable volunteer” tourism enterprise.
I’m very proud of Kenny and it is with pleasure that I can say all the key players from Hope Children Foundation Africa are here, including Sustain-Able to support the latest venture of Mzunga Volunteer Ethical Tourism. (Link to Project Progress)