We have always been about building
Underpinning socio-economic development
Right from back in 1992 when we first started working with communities in conservation landscapes, we have had ambitions to build… to build bridges, to build relationships, to build dreams and to build futures. Ironically, achieving these goals most often actually takes the form of building physical walls with brick and mortar.
Social infrastructure – the structures and related services like education and healthcare that support quality of life in a place – enhances the wellbeing of people and ultimately helps to underpin economic development. If the citizens of a community are healthy and educated, they are able to work, grow businesses and advance their dreams.
What we have built so far
Centres for Orphans
Water Access Sites
Whatever good things we build,
end up building us.
~ Jim Rohm
What we build
Africa Foundation builds an array of infrastructure including clinics, accommodation for healthcare workers, boreholes and dams to address the limited access to healthcare in rural communities.
Africa Foundation supports communities in improving both the quality of, and the access to education from early childhood development centres, through to primary, secondary and high schools.
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