Inkwenkwezi Youth Development Sporting Foundation
The Inkwenkwezi Youth Development Sporting Foundation IYDSF is a rural youth-led non-governmental, Non-Profit Company in Ngqushwa Local Municipality at Prudhoe Community - Peddie. The organization is a juristic person established in terms of Non Profit Organizations Act 71 of 1997. The organization was formed by unemployed graduates in 2015 to give back to their communities and to gain practical workplace skills. Furthermore, to be a platform for the youth in order for them to showcase their skills and talents. The organization is managed by 100% black management with 80% women representation and serving 100% black rural population.
Focused on children and youth living in underprivileged communities, SCORE utilises sport as a powerful medium to bring about sustainable community development, individual empowerment and social transformation, and to build international and intercultural understanding.
Kenya Christian School For The Deaf
KCSD provides a platform for disabled girls and women, vulnerable children, and youths from socio-economically deprived backgrounds to realise their potential despite the many challenges that they face. Our goal is to support them as they take their lives into their own hands through education, play and become.
Bauleni United Sports Academy (BUSA)
Bauleni United Sports Academy (BUSA) combines sports and life skills training especially to social, economically under served and at risk (OVC) children and youths.
Busa is found in underserved peri – urban areas of Lusaka (Bauleni, Chipapa, State Lodge, and Chifwema) and we work with boys and girls from 4 – 20 years and they play in over 500 league games/tournaments each year on weekends and public holidays.
Busa is purely developed by and for youths so that they themselves will be the solution as they aim for quality and organized life in the society.
Documenting the Brazilian Capoeira with children in the D.R.C
An immersion in the universe of Capoeira as instrument for promoting peace in conflict areas like North Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. The duo formed by the Luso-Brazilian journalist Fabíola Ortiz and the Brazilian photographer-videomaker Flavio Forner shall fly to Goma to document how Capoeira is being implemented among children victims of violence.