Cyclone Freddy Mozambique Emergency

Cyclone Freddy

loveforafrika

Love ForAfrika

Love is: having a little sister to hug In very tough and often heartbreaking contexts, love and compassion for our fellow human beings is what keeps us going. Love is also what allows mothers to walk vast distances to find treatment at a malnutrition clinic or fathers to search for a better source of water,
Lillian Achirochan Pibor Health Care Centre
The good nurse: Lillian Achirochan consults with a patient at the Pibor Health Care Centre. The centre in now under ForAfrika’s management Inter-communal conflict in South Sudan in December left 60 dead and many more injured and displaced. ForAfrika’s clinic staff stepped up to the task and took on emergency cases The lone teenaged gunshot
Tagged under:
Keys to a new beginning: Principal Simollang Pooe has dedicated her life to creating a safe environment for the children in her community. The owners of these small crèches often do so for very little financial reward. Now she has the keys to a bright new establishment Early Childhood Development (ECD) – which usually takes
Tagged under:
DrMary
Dr Mary Okumu: ForAfrika senior director and head of the technical unit Along with saving lives and livelihoods, Africa’s homegrown non-governmental organisations have an important role to play in establishing platforms for economic development and smoothing the way for the private sector to invest. Africa is a continent brimming with economic opportunity, one that would
Emergency response KwaZulu Natal floods

Relief for flood victims in South Africa

Bone dry: Isak Pretorius, ForAfrika CEO in Angola which is experiencing the worst drought in 40 years. Farming is now a futile pursuit for many. Climate change is a threat multiplier in Africa, the most vulnerable continent to its effects This week, world leaders have congregated in Egypt for the 2022 United Nations Climate Change