We are addressing South Africas biggest challenges
In the context of South Africa in particular, however, health cannot be viewed isolated from other social dimensions. One of the biggest challenges – if not the biggest – is the high youth unemployment. We have partnered with the South Africa-based relief, advocacy and humanitarian organization World Vision South Africa. Our joint “Youth Hub Project” in Limpopo empowers young adults and entrepreneurs with skills and inputs to improve their job prospects and economic participation. Not only do they receive business trainings and career counselling but also the necessary soft skills to prepare them for the job market in South Africa. We want to contribute to a skilled and healthy workforce and, simultaneously, strengthen the purchasing-power of those communities and potential markets.
In the same region, we are supporting women-led agricultural cooperatives to convert their production capacities to market-oriented production. Both projects are partly funded by the Germany Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Become our partner to improve life for South Africans
We are interested in partnerships with German companies that are doing business in Southern African countries. Due to our charitable status we are fully eligible to issue certificates for tax-exemption in Germany. Our partner World Vision South Africa is a registered PBO and can provide 18A tax certificates.