INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY: IMBUMBA FOUNDATION’S CARING4GIRLS MENSTRUAL HYGIENE PROGRAMME TAKES A GAINT LEAP TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY, BY ENTERING THE RETAIL SPACE WITH TWO INNOVATIVE CSI PARTNERSHIPS: WEST PACK LIFESTYLE AND BIG SAVE STORES
Climbing to conquer ourselves
Johannesburg – Even though the travel bans necessitated by the worldwide outbreak of the coronavirus have rained on many a parade, they have not dampened the spirits of two hikers who should have climbed Mount Kilimanjaro last month, on Mandela Day.
Media personalities Gerry Elsdon and Pearl Shongwe have made a vow to do even better next year, the next date of the Trek4Mandela hike done in aid of charity.
Nelson Mandela Foundation and partners launch the #Each1Feed1 Digital Voucher
DURBAN – On Nelson Mandela International Day, the Nelson Mandela Foundation together with its partners the Imbumba Foundation and the Kolisi Foundation launched the #Each1Feed1 Digital Voucher in Potchefstroom, North West Province.
The launch was in partnership with Boxer Superstores and Pick ‘n Pay.
67 ways to help this Mandela Day: Help provide menstrual hygiene support to disadvantaged girls
Every year since 2011, on Mandela Day the Imbumba Foundation in partnership with Nelson Mandela Foundation has been taking to Tanzania to trek Africa’s highest peak Mount Kilimanjaro – all this in support of the Trek4Mandela initiative.
The initiative raises funds to provide menstrual hygiene support to young disadvantaged girls under the Caring4girls initiative by Imbumba foundation.
Covid-19 is a big threat to hunger and mental health
Health experts are urging people to wash their hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds at a time in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. File photo: Ian Landsberg/African News Agency (ANA).
How you can help against the spread of covid-19
With the rise of the corona outbreak in South Africa, health officials and government have asked fellow countryman to help against the spreed of the virus.
The Imbumba Foundation, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Old Mutual and the Rand Water Foundation have launched the #Soap4Hope campaign, with the aim of collecting anti-bacterial hand-wash soap and other alternatives to help curb and prevent unnecessary widespread infection within underprivileged South African communities.
Header Interview with Portia Scott, Host of Wake Up & Show Up podcast. United States Caring4Girls Ambassador based in Atlanta