Education and sustainable development in southern Africa is the focal work of the All Out Africa foundation. As a charitable service we implement projects that change lives in Eswatini (Swaziland), Mozambique and South Africa to elevate the well-being of people and the planet. We are a grass-roots non-profit working within communities and environments to improve education, reduce hunger, alleviate poverty, advance research, strengthen health, promote understanding, enhance ecosystem services and conserve terrestrial and marine biodiversity.
sustainable development efficiency
The All Out Africa Foundation serves vulnerable children, youth, families and communities in Eswatini, Mozambique and South Africa to better meet their needs. Our charitable projects investigate the plight of threatened wildlife, conserve priority ecosystems and deliver natural resources and ecosystem services to rural communities. We seek a win-win for people and the planet. We are committed to innovative ideas, effective action, efficient management and exemplary governance.
charitable partnerships in southern africa
Charitable partnerships with donors from around the world enable us to get funds to where they're needed most in Eswatini (Swaziland), Mozambique and South Africa. Our administrative costs are kept to 10% so we get funds efficiently to beneficiaries. We are an African Non Governmental Organisation with a small budget but a big heart. We strive for the highest possible integrity and for world class accountability. We serve our communities from within and share partnerships for success with the world.
COVID-19 has wreaked economic havoc causing increased poverty and hunger. This project gets food and funds to vulnerable families that need it most...
EDUCATe a child
Early childhood education for orphaned and vulnerable children. Our day care centres feed and educate children in Eswatini at the crucial pre-school age...
Marine research in Mozambique to understand marine wildlife & conserve threatened species in the in-shore ecosystem off the coast of Mozambique...