African Impact Foundation

Where We Work

South Africa | Zambia| Tanzania

In Livingstone, we work with vulnerable communities – known locally as compounds – including Linda, Dambwa, Libuyu and Mwandi. We continue to work closely with government departments and community leaders to build pathways out of poverty for young people.
In rural Chingola we supported a well know chimpanzee sanctuary, Chimfunshi, caring for and enriching the lives of the resident chimps. Our partnership came to an ended in 2019.
In Acornhoek, close to Kruger National Park, unemployment is at 70%. Improving livelihoods through entrepeneurship programs is our focus.
Hoedspruit, South Africa – supporting African Impact conservation through hi-tech equipment has assistied in the research and of leopards and other species. Our work is on pause while we rebuild our plans, teams and focus.
In St Lucia our focus was building pre school capacity and skills, and working with the most vulnerable community members with health and family support. Our work is on pause while we rebuild plans, our team and focus.
In Cape Town our focus is enriching young people through sport and activities, especially girls. Our work is on pause while we rebuild our plans, teams and focus.
In Moshi, near Mt Kilimanjaro, improving livelihoods through business start-ups, especially for women and girls has been a focus. We also provide health care for ‘the Wazee’ and heart-warming old people’s home.
In the beautiful, sunshine island of Zanzibar, our literacy programs at our learning centre, assist people in getting much needed jobs and income. Nutrition and porridge for young learners means full tummies to learn. Our work is on pause while we rebuild plans, our team and focus.
A big part of life in Zanzibar links to the ocean, the African Impact marine conservation program encouraged ethical tourism activities with dolphins and involves young people in local conservation. Our work is on pause while we rebuild plans, our team and focus.
Our work in Nairobi in previous years was the support for rural schools, a school for children with learning disabilities and health facilities, improved the lives of many spanning over 7 years.
Together with African Impact our work in the Mara was the introduction of indigenous seed balls to encourage regrowth of overgrazed areas.