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Green-Habits Gardens
Ezulwini GardenWe are so pleased that our gardens at each of the NCPs are fully cultivated with organic fertilizer. The children and NCP teachers are surely to enjoy lots of fresh greens in their diet. This project is still ongoing with monitoring support. A massive thank you goes out to all those that made this possible, including donations & the hands-on help of our volunteers, our intern and many more....

September 17, 2015



 

Sponsorship Homework Club
homeworkclubSince the beginning of the second term, our team has been facilitating a weekly after-school homework club for our sponsored children. Together with local schools we have identified those children who need extra assistance in their math & English skills. Working together with our international volunteers and local team has seen great improvements for children to be able to get a more intimate & interactive learning environment....

September 15, 2015



 

Volunteer Donations
Mlindazwe NCP saying a big thank you to past volunteer, Teacher Lynn and her class from BelgiumTeacher Lynn came to Swaziland in 2012 as a volunteer and spent her time at Mlindazwe NCP. Back in her home country of Belgium she is a primary school teacher. Together with her class (6B of Ten Dorpe, Belgium) they raised money to donate back to the Foundation to support our NCP's. This money will be used to support cultivating gardens at our NCP's to better nourish our children and the communities of the NCPs. The project is called, GreenHabits Gardens. A big thank you from all of us to the class 6B and teacher Lynn for supporting our NCPs :) [caption id="attachment_1509" align="alignc...

June 24, 2015



 

Health Check!
Dental CheckUPIn collaboration with Lobamba Clinic and each of our Neighbourhood Care Points all 300 of our orphaned and vulnerable children received free dental check ups. We also purchased new toothbrushes and toothpaste for all with a recent volunteer donation. A big thank you goes out to all those supporting our children in need! ...

May 19, 2015



 

May Fireside Talk
SRC TentEvery month at our Savannah Research Center we host a Fireside Talk discussing a variety of conservation related issues. This month's guest speaker was Adam Kane, presenting on the topic of, “Scavengers: Past and Present”. Stay tuned for next month's topic and guest speaker....

May 14, 2015



 

Dlangeni Community Building
Volunteer Ian at Dlangeni CommunityOver the last 3 months our building team has joined forces with Dlangeni Community to help construct a community hall for the artisan women. This partnership with Gone Rural Bomake has allowed All Out Africa to share its building expertise and hands-on-help of our International Volunteers gain new insights to working together for the community, with the community at grassroots level. A massive thank you goes out to our dedicated volunteer, Ian, who received a beautiful farewell from all the supporting women at Dlangeni Community. We'll miss you Ian...

April 19, 2015



 

Rising Star Foundation
Rising StarThe favourite weekly activities of horseback riding and swimming lessons continue to bring smiles to the children of our NCP’s. Swazi Lizkhar & Rising Star Foundation has brought about new experiences for our staff and children during the weekly horseback vaulting lesson. The local professional staff at Lizkhar takes good care of educating the children on care for the horse and the physical skills involved in the sport. By mid-year our children will be challenged to take part in a local competition, while at the same time, invite those children back from last year who have graduated on to Gr...

March 18, 2015



 

Learning through Play
PPD13Early childhood education programs that include activity and play are both stimulating and fun for our 300 orphaned and vulnerable children (OVCs) who attend daily education programs at the six NCPs. In collaboration with our voluntary community teachers and caregivers, our staff, and international volunteers engage in a variety of educational games and activities, including songs and ball games with the children. As we wanted to measure the impact of our programs this year, we have conducted a basic baseline survey, completed by our NCP caregivers. Our anticipated results would show increased...

February 18, 2015