We present to you: the 2018 annual report
In 2018, the foundation focused on one specific project, which is currently coming to an end. Today we publish our annual report for 2018 here.
View the annual report here.
We present to you: the 2017 annual report
Although 2017 was a relatively quiet year for the In2Afrika Foundation, we gained a lot of knowledge, spent some time in different parts of the continent and did some image building campaigns. Now, we present our annual report, and we are happy to announce that In2Afrika will be back with new action!
Check out our annual report here.
We published our annual report
In2Afrika has published its annual report over the year 2016. In this document you can see what the foundation has been up to the last year. Moreover, it shows you how and where we have spent your donation!
Check out the annual (financial) report 2015 here!
The book is finally there!
It costed us blood, sweat and tears, but we made it! After an intense crowdfunding campaign we raised 126% of our funding target! Meanwhile the first print has been produced and all the donaters will receive their copy soon. We want to thank all our supporters once more.
Now everyone can finally read all the stories and see al the images. The book is a bundle full of stories, pictures, poems, portraits, guest writings of African friends and much more, with which we want to draw an alternative image of Africa in all its diversity.
Via the link in the picture on the left anyone can take a look into the digital version of the book, and leave a comment! Soon, everyone that did not yet get a copy of the book can order it via bol.com. More information following soon!
In2Afrika: a book!
In2Afrika is publishing a book: In2Afrika - een tegengeluid in woord en beeld. With this collection of stories, pictures, poems, portraits, guest writings from our African friends and much more, we want to show you a different Africa.
After a lot of blood, sweat and tears, our book is almost finished. We only need some support to be able to print the book, so that we can actually share these stories with you. Therefore we start a crowdfunding campaign on VoordeKunst. If you support our campaign, we can print the book, and you will automatically receive a copy!
Click on the logo of VoordeKunst and check out our campaign!
Interview by Charles with Kirumira Umar, that is taking a 3-year education to become a teacher at Bussi Primary School
What has motivated you to want to become a teacher at Bussi Primary School, instead of somewhere off the island?
After my senior year I got involved in the Elsus-project. From that moment I always had the hope and the desire to get my degree in education. With this degree I wanted to educate ‘our people’ , as I saw the level of education getting lower on the island. More and more people did not go to school anymore, but went fishing instead. These were also a lot of (former) Bussi Primary students. After I heard the Elsus Foundation wanted to sponsor someone to become a teacher, I immediately wanted to be that person. I want to empower the people of Bussi Island and Bussi Primary School, by giving them the opportunity to enjoy decent education. Moreover, I want to show that someone from the island can become a teacher, that someone from the island can educate the community.
Where are you having your education to become a teacher, and what have you learnt so far?
“I follow my education at the Buloba Primary Teachers College. So far, I have learnt what’s the best way to handle pupils, and especially pupils with a disability. Moreover the teached us how to handle a group of students from different backgrounds and with different ideas. In Uganda there are a lot of different people, especially as they all belong to different tribes.”
Of course you also have your personal goals. What are the things you would improve about yourself, if you’d get the chance?
“At this point my personal goals are strongly intertwined with educating and with Bussi Primary School. After my education I would like to bring back the level of education at the school to the level it once was. Once Bussi Primary was the best school on the island! So if I get my degree, first I want to become a good teacher and a mentor. After that, I want to specialize myself more in education.”
And what are, then, your ambitions and goals for the long term future?
“One day I would like to start my own school. This would be a place where I can teach children important things, and a place where I could even employ other teachers. Besides a teacher I would also want to become a tutor, and maybe even try to get more degrees so that I would be able to teach at college level! Lastly, I also have an idea to create a school or a place for students that are not performing well in school. In this place they could get special attention and maybe learn other things.”
And as a last question, Umar: Way do you want to teach at Bussi Primary? Why do you like this school so much?
“This has a couple of reasons. I am very happy with the way the other teachers treat me. The have respect for me and they help me, even although I’m not yet a fully educated teacher. Moreover, I think the project on this school (the Lunch for a Child project) is a very good project. Parents come here, they work together and put a lot of effort in the project so that their children can have a better future. It is important that there are people that put their whole heart into this.”
Renewed policy plan!
After our journey and the redevelopment of the relationships with all the different projects, In2Afrika is entering a new phase. And this asks for a renewed vision on our policies! Today we publish our updated policy plan. Read about our slightly renewed vision, mission, core values and how we want to realise all this!
We published our annual report
In2Afrika has published its annual report over the year 2015. In this document you can see what the foundation has been up to the last year. Moreover, it shows you how and where we have spent your donation!
Check out the annual (financial) report 2015 here!
Stay updated via our Facebook!
In2Afrika tries to keep her fora as up-to-date as possible. On our facebook-page you are updated about our work on a daily basis, and moreover you will read all kind of news and insights on Africa. That's why we embedded a live Facebook Feed in the website, on the homepage! Even if you don't have facebook, you can access all our content.
Sishemo and In2Afrika
Good news from Zambia! With the support of In2Afrika and the Charitas-equityfund, one of our projects, the Sishemo foundation was able to acquire over 600 new books for the students of their NorthGate Academy! This enables them to take some of the books home, so their education doesn't stop once they leave the school. Good stuff!
Below you can also download Sishemo's statement about what they did with our support.
In the future we will continue our relationship with Sishemo to keep on looking for ways to mutually support each other.
Letter of Intent: In2Afrika now, ánd in the future
After 5 months In2Afrika is back in the Netherlands. Our travels may be over, but our work definitely is not!
As you might wonder what is going to happen with the foundation, its project and your support from now on, we have put all of the answers in a document. Because also after our return we’ll stay In2Afrika!
Download our Letter of Intent here:
Project update: Penduka
With pain in our hearts we're reporting on our last project here in Windhoek, Namibia: Penduka. This project gives hundreds of women from the Katurara-community a possibility to develop themselves and their communities. Beautiful products, a wonderful location and a great belief in the organisation are the ingredients of the succes of this project.
Project update: Ubuntu Academy
Ubuntu Academy breaths talent. The Academy selects the most talented youth from the Townships of Cape Town, and gives them a chance to exploit their creative skills. We had the opportunity to withness it, and saw with our own eyes how talent will flourish when given the right opportunities and support.
Read the report and the interview, and check the swinging pictures here!
With only two more projects to go, In2Afrika has reached country number 10, South-Africa. Our most involved followers might have already noticed that underway, a few projects with which we previously had a cooperation, were dropped. The cooperations with Just Digg It, Smile4Afrika and CityConnection Genk have been ended in mutual understanding. Some because of different insights, some due to logistic issues.
Making these choices gives us the opportunity to focus even better on the 13 remaining projects. On to the last two: Ubuntu Academy (Capetown) and Penduka (Windhoek)!
Project-update: Source Connection
Project-update number 11!
De last three days, we visited several farming-projects for the Dutch organization Source Connection. Together with local partner Farming Gods Way, Source Connection tries to bring Zambian agriculture to a higher level, with new, organic technicals. A complex proces, with a lot of pitfalls.
For three days we lived the life of the nurses and docters in the St. Theresa's Hospital in Charandure Mvuma. In the Ushamwari foundatio St. Theresa cooperates with the OLVG from Amsterdam.
A project with limited means and unlimited passion, in words and pictures..
Special project update.
Aware Trust does not seem to fit within In2Afrika's philosophy of social development for 100%, yet we still went to work with the organization and its work for animal welfare in Zimbabwe. AWARE namely has more in common with social development than one would think..
Read the report and see the beautiful images of the fantastic work the organization does.
The past two days we were hosted by the Sishemo Foundation. The incredibly enthousiastic team has show us the work the do for their pupils and their families in the volnurable area's of Lusaka, and all the passion they do this with!
Read the report and the interviews, and watch all the pictures right here!
About 300 km form Lusaka, we visited Mpongwe, just a small dot in the large Copperbelt-region. In Mpongwe we visited the Dutch GKMT-foundation, which focusses on practical vocational training and empowerment of the local community.
Read and report and interviews and take a look at the pictures here!
Project-update: World of Weaving
In Dar es Salaam we visited World of Weaving, an organisation which empoweres weaving-women in Tanzania, and make sure that they can make a living out of their skills. WOW showed us how business and social development can go hand in hand.
Check our report, interview and all the pictures here!
Project-update: Arusha Future Stars Academy
In Arusha we visited the Arusha Future Stars Academy, a footballacademy that combines football and education. Boys and girls don't only learn how to be better football-players, but also learn skills that help them progress in life.
Read the report, the interview with coach Thomas and check out all the pictures of this great project!
Blog: the value of national identity
We are Dutch, and we are proud of it. Whether you come from Zeeland or from Drenthe, Groningen or Nattenhoven, we all feel Dutch. And as annoyed as people from Limburg can sometimes be about the people of "doa boave" when the Dutch team plays they stand hand in hand to shout the orange lions to victory.
That the sense of national identity in the Netherlands is very strong, is what we notice even more on our journey through Africa. Firstly in ourselves. Although we're secretly ashamed of the typical style from which you can pick a Dutch person out of a crowd anywhere in the world, at the same time we also find ourself paying a small fortune for a jar of peanut butter in a Ugandan supermarket. And still we to remark that nothing tastes as good as the Calvé of Albert Heijn.
Much stronger still is the feeling of Dutch identity among the Dutch who settle abroad: the expats. In Nairobi, we meet Iris, an acquaintance of Jesse doing an internship at the Dutch embassy in the capital of Kenya. Soon the subject of conversation comes to the Netherlands, homesickness and the Dutch identity. From Iris' stories it becomes apparent that the Dutch in Nairobi have a strong feeling of shared identity. The feeling of 'together in a far country' is inevitable and many Dutch flock together in Nairobi. Each Queensday, Iris tells us, large parties are hosted in all Dutch embassies all around the world, where our fellow countriemen go completely out of their mind. And when the Dutch national football team plays, of course, this is watched together.
A sense of national identity is not only fun for parties and football games, but the consensus that emerged from this is also important for the proper functioning of a state. In Africa, the contrast with the Netherlands can sometimes not be greater, and a lack of national identity sometimes creates many problems. In Africa, the national identity is much less clear than in the Netherlands. In colonial times, borders were often haphazardly drawn by those in power, without taking into account the great diversity of the continent and the division that existed between tribes and religions. People from different tribes or believe were suddenly pulled apart or even placed together because of a new border. In Sudan, for example, where we were a month ago, the country is divided into the Muslim north and the Christian south and moreover inhabits some 597 (!) different tribes . The lack of shared identity with so many different people who are forced to live together in a state had a long terrible civil war as a result. Another example is Nigeria, where elections took place last weekend. The poor, Islamic north and the more prosperous Christian south decide together over the leadership of the country. As every politician is only concerned with enriching his own tribe as much as possible, democracy is impossible.
Although the craziness at any European or World Cup sometimes is very extreme, our sense of national identity is of great value for our country. Although we must be attentive to groups like the PVV who want to abuse this identity, many African countries show what problems can result from a lack of internal cohesion within a country. It's hard to blame Africa since many borders were imposed on the continent and since their independence, some countries have had only 60 years to form a national identity. Fortunately there are examples of countries that have managed to make a change. Countrie like Senegal, Benin and Botswana have created an identity through good policy that is supported by many people. Under the leadership of state fathers became aware created a strong overarching culture, which helps these countries forward.
The sense of national unity that seems normal in the Netherlands and that according to some takes exaggerated forms, is anything but obvious. For many African countries, the lack of this identity creates many problems among all groups within the borders of the country. Lets cherish that football fever.
Project-update: Green Dessert Farm
This week we visited our first project, the Green Dessert Farm of Zakaria Ezz Labib in Minya, Egypt. A few days later we have processed all gathered impressions and materials.
An extended report, an interview with Zakaria and all the pictures of the project are now available on the website under project #13.
Blog: Tahrir in relative ease
Today we ventured out to visit a place, world famous since 2011. "Ventured" indeed, because this place is not known by only happy messages. Tahrir Square was the scene of the early 2011 uprising against former President Hosni Mubarak. The deposition of Mubarak was a major strike in what is called the 'Arab Spring'. 4 years later Tahrir Square is not known as the most accessible place and only appears on the news when there are new protests. But also in and around Tahrir life goes on. Don't be put off by mobile roadblocks and barbed wire. We would say: Go to Tahrir when you have the chance, take a good look around and let you what happend in this square really get to you. Tahrir is no longer a war zone more. Avoiding this impressive place would be a real shame in our opinion.
Tahrir Square is a special place that shows an overview of the history of Egypt in 360 degrees. On the north side of the square, the Egyptian Museum is situated. On the southwest we find the Omar Makram mosque. In addition we find government buildings dating from the colonial era that are currently being used by the current Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Arab League, and finally a choice of modern Western hotels and the American University of Cairo.
On the picture below you can see how big the contrast can be. The Egyptian Museum (right) during the rebellion was protected by a human chain of insurgents, while the headquarters of Mubarak's National Democratic Party (left) was fired. The building is currently blackened and deserted, and many activists believe that it should remain in this state as a reminder of the failure of the old regime.
Blog: In2Afrika is in2afrika
Istanbul - Cairo:
Finally we made it to the African continent. These last days were full days, before we finally flew from Turkey to Egypt. Vincent was studying in Istanbul a year ago, so the days were also filled with old friends. Drinking tea, eating baklava and telling stories was what filled our two days. Two days was too short. A few relaxing days thoug, in preparation for what is to come.
Caïro is a different world, even compared to Istanbul. Warmer, a thick layer of sand on all the cars and possibly even more chaos on the road. Our hostel actually sent us a 'driver', now they were afraid that their Dutch guests could not make it to the front door when they would travel from the airport to the hostel on their own. In his car, driver Mohammed immediately taught us the main Egyptian lessons:
1. We are all 'brothers'
2. Everything is better here than in Turkey
3. Traffic very bad
4. Africa is a fantastic continent
However, coincidence wants that Muhammad has never been outside Egypt, haha! In his own words, he loves his own country to much to leace it. His pride makes us at least very curious about what Egypt has to offer. We may continue to experience this tomorrow.
In less than a week also finally visit our first project. Early next week we travel to Minya, where we will visit the Dessert Green Farm project! Until then, we immerse ourselves in all that Egypt has to offer and we hope to meet as many brothers as possible.
New country profile: Namibia
The last country In2Afrika will visit is Namibia.
The country that is known for its vast desert landscapes, has a very extended colonial history. Only in 1990 did the state gain independence.
In this country-profile you can read about how Namibia became the state it is today, an what the future will hold for the country!
New project: Smile4Africa
A new project, for the last time before our leave.
In Bulawayo, Zimbabwe In2Afrika will visit Smile4Africa. This projects put its focus on the children in Zimbabwe, whose lives are being affected by the HIV/aids-virus, in any way. Smile4Africa provides the education for these children, and everything which can help them with this.
Quickly read the other details on the project page!
New project: citybond Francistown - Genk
Project number # 15!
In Botswana, In2Afrika will play a supporting role in the twinning-relationship between Francistown and the Belgian city of Genk. In Francistown we will watch and think for the city of Genk, for the design and implementation of the new youth policy in the African city. What are the current issues and challenges young people have to deal with in Francistown? And what is the role of the youth center for possible solutions, with the future in mind? In2Afrika will try to answer all these questions in Francistown, for the municipality of Genk.
Click on the image to surf to the project page!
New country profile: south-Africa
New country profile!
Today the 10th and most southern country on our route: South-Africa. The 2010 World cup host has a special history compared to other African nations, as the country has somewhat of a double colonial past, partly caused by her special geographic location.
Read all about south-Africa at our country profile page!
Annual and financial report
While our journey will start in 1,5 weeks, the first official financial year of the Foundation has already ended. This weekend the foundation had its AGM, in which a.o. the financial specs were presented. Annual and financial report are now available for everyone on the website. And in 2015 the foundation will continue its work, so keep following us In2Afrika!
Click on the image to go to the download-page of the reports.
New project: Ushamwari
A new project!
The second project which In2Afrika will visit in Zimbabwe is St. Theresa's hospital in Mvuma, between Harare and Bulawayo. The Dutch foundation Ushamwari (which means friendship) is the basis of a collaboration between the Amsterdam Onze Lieve Vrouwe Gasthuis and three Zimbabwean hospitals, and St. Theresa's is one of them. Together they provide a permanent exchange of knowledge and skills.
Read all about the project on the project's page!
New country profile: Ethiopia
Yesterday our visa, today the country profile!
Ethiopia is a unique African country because it is one of the few states that has never been occupied by a colonial ruler. Despite having the greatest water reserves in Africa, it is also one of the poorest countries in the world. Politically, Ethiopia has an interesting history of one of the world’s longest emperor-ruled states.
Read all about Ethiopia on our country profile page.
New project: Green Dessert Farm
Via the Teje Foundation (NL) we came across the GDAD, the Green Dessert Association for Development. This association wants to improve the life-standard of the Minya-region in central-Egypt, a dessert-area, with agricultural developments. After some economic disappointment the Teje Foundation and In2Afrika are going to help GDAD back up!
Check out the project page for all the information!
New country profile: Botswana
The ninth country on our journey, is a country completely surrounded by land. A country known for its diamonds and vast desert landscapes. Of course we are talking about Botswana! In Botswana In2Afrika will visit two projects.
Read this country profile for all the information about this beautiful country.
New project: Penduka
Penduka in Windhoek, Namibia works with the women of Katutura and other communities to develop livelihoods and a better quality of life through a focus on work, trust, mutual care and support. By empowering them in creating an independent existence for them in their families, Penduka helps the local community forward!
Read more about Penduka on our project page!
New country profile: Sudan
New country profile.
The second country on our journey, Sudan, is a country that has had a rough past. Sudan is actually two countries now, divided in the north and the south that gained independence in 2011. This civil war between north and south has scared the nation, and in Ethiopia we will visit a project that tries to heal this scar.
Read all about Sudan on our country profile page.
New project: Just Digg It!
An incredible cooperation between Dance4Life founders Dennis Karpes and Wessel van Eeden and prof. Peter Westerveld has resulted into Just Digg It: a project that uses a simple technique to let dried out area’s in Afrika turn back into green corridors. Their first big project is the Hydrological Corridor in Kenia and Tanzania, and In2Afrika is going there.
More about the project on our project page!
New country profile: Uganda
New country profile.
This time Uganda is in the spotlight, the country that is fourth in our travel-schedule. Uganda is a country of double developments: on the one hand relatively stable in economic sense, on the other hand still a long way to go looking at democratization and Human Rights.
Read all about Uganda at the country profile page.
New project: Awaretrust
Who says Africa, says wildlife. Unfortunately the enormous animal population on the African continent also brings a lot of problems. The natural habitats of the animals is reduced by human interference, and poachers try to make money of the animals. Aware Trust is an organization that is committed to improving the wildlife environment in Zimbabwe. Awaretrust does this by combining active intervention, research and education.
Read more about the project at the project page!
New country profile: Zimbabwe
This time it is Zimbabwe’s turn to be the subject of an extend profile. Zimbabwe, just like a lot of other African countries, has a turbulent history that has been strongly influenced by the colonial times and thereafter by the heavy conflict between the white and non-white inhabitants of the country.
Read all about Zimbabwe at our country profile page!
In2Afrika Foundation in the newspaper
In2Afrika Foundation in the newspaper!
Yesterday, wednesday 10-12 the regional newspapers of Limburg published an article about In2Afrika. Two days before their reporter came to our headquarters in Nattenhoven for an interview. With this publicity we hope to reach even more people with our message about the African continent.
Click on the picture to read the article!
New project: Source Connection
Source Connection in Zambia is officially added to our planned route. Source Connection’s motto is ‘knowledge is the key to the future’, and the organization tries to implement this motto in as many ways as possible, among others in education and agriculture.
Read more about Source connection on our project page!
New project: GKMT
Today we can announce the GKMT-project: Geef de Kinderen van Mpongwe een Toekomst. GKMT is an initiative by miss Ton Korsten-Korenromp that focusses on the broad development in the Mpongwe-districht in North-East Zambia, by supporting a broad range of projects and sectors in the districht.
Read the details about the project on the project page.
New country profile: Egypt
New country profile!
After 3 states from the middle of the continent, this time we profile the country where our journey will begin: Egypt. Egypt is a good case to show the diversity of states within the African continent. Almost 4 years ago the Arab Spring started in Egypt. Will it evolve into a summer, or collapse into winter?
Read about it at our country profile page!
New Project: Sishemo Foundation
New project: Sishemo Foundation.
Sishemo is a non-profit organization based in Lusaka, whose main objective is to support people so they can maximize their potential in all facets of life. Despite the focus on young children, Sishemo is also committed to young adults and adult men and women. Drive and passion is influencing both people and systems, based on the propagation of a values and lifestyle. Sishemo implements this clear by means of three key activities which constitute the operational end of the institution:
3. HEALTH CARE
In Sishemo’s own words: ‘Through education, our aim is to raise relevant 21st century leaders. Whit health we seek to create health awareness and good seeking health practices. The agriculture prong seeks to promote sustainable agricultural methods.’
Click here to go to the project-page and learn more about Sishemo!
In2Afrika Foundation officially obtaines ANBI-status!
It has been in the air for quite a while, but today we can officially announce: the In2Afrika Foundation has officially obtained the ANBI-status! After quite some procedures the Dutch tax-administrations, has granted us this status, which had a lot of advantages for our foundation, but also for our donators and projects.
What does it mean to be an ANBI?
ANBI is a certification from the Dutch tax administration that assures that organizations do their work fully for the ‘general interest’, and therefore use at least 90% of their revenues to do this. The In2Afrika Foundation even decided to use the full 100% of its revenues for its mission, which is also put down in our statutes.
Moreover, the ANBI-status has several other advantages. Donators can make a donation tax-free because they can substract a donation to an ANBI from their income-tax.
The ANBI-status gives In2Afrika more advantages to realize our mission!
Today not a country-profile, but a blog!
An essay, on the topic of African natural resources. The African soil is very rich, and seems to have great potential for the development of the continent. However, industrial superpowers seem to lose sight of the African interests.
What should happen to let Africa benefit from its natural resources? Read the essay for questions and answers!
This blog was also published on the website of FBBasic, The Urban Mining Company!
New country profile added
New country-profile added!
After Kenia and Tanzania, this time we zoom in on Zambia, the 7th country on our route. In Zambia the political landscape has been shifting recently, but these changes have been framed by the countries dynamic history. A relatively stable state, that nevertheless faces a lot of new challenges.
Learn more about Zambia on our country-profile page!
Bank account opened!
It has been long expected, but yesterday we did it: the In2Afrika Foundation finally put her bank account into service! This means that anyone who supports our mission, goals and projects can now make a donation to IBAN: NL11 RABO 0195 2105 14. The In2Afrika Foundation will make sure 100% of the donations will directly benefit our projects.
Go to our Support-page and make a donation! Join us In2Afrika!
New project: World of Weaving
We’ve been working on it for a while, but todat we can officially anounce the good news: World of Weaving in Dar es Salaam will beo ne of the projects of In2Afrika! The mission of World of Weavers is to improve the economic, cultural and social well-being of Tanzanian women by giving them training in textile-designing and –producing, and helping them to put their products on the market. In2Afrika will inquire where its support can be used best.
Check project 6 on the project-page: World of Weaving!
New country-profile: Tanzania
A new country profile added!
This time, Tanzania is explored, the sixth country that we will visit on our trip. In total, we will enter the country twice. The first time we will enter the country at Serengeti in the north, and again later on the line Mombasa - Dar es Salaam. We will leave Tanzania at the height of Mbeya, and then continue our journey in Zambia. In this profile you can read all about the history, social issues and the development of Tanzania!
Read all about Tanzania on the countryprofile page!
Citylink Genk - Francistown
Even on our birthday the work of In2Afrika continues! Today we were guests at the municipality of Genk. This municipality is twinned with Francistown, a beautiful city in the hart of Botswana. We will collaborate with the Municipality of Genk and start a project in Francistown.
Today we met with head of staff of North - South relations at Genk, Nadia R'chid, to discuss the citylink between the two cities, the challenges that are faced, and the possible role of In2Afrika in this relationship. We will continue to create a project that is valuable for both Francistown and Genk, with assistance on sight.
More about this plan very soon !!
Fundraising in Jumbo Urmond
Today the In2Afrika packing action started in the Jumbo supermarket in Urmond! Next to the machine for returning empty bottles, a big safe is located in which people can put their coupons. Everyone can now contribute to In2Afrika with its packaging-coupon. An extra motivation for the people of Urmond to pop some extra bottles for the good cause..
Our special thanks to the Jumbo in Urmond!
Signed a new project: AFS!
New project closed! On facebook we already gave a sneakpeak into our meeting with Alfred and Thomas from Arusha Furture Stars Academy, and now we can officially announce that we will visit this project in Arusha, Tanzania. We are very excited with this cooperation with the Future Stars, and in the coming months we will plan on how to support this wonderful organization!
Check out the project-pages to learn a lot more about Arusha Furture Stars Academy!
Country profile Kenia online!
Today we will publish our first country-profile. After our winner of the like-contest on Facebook picked Kenia as the first topic, we started to study the county. Do you want to know what everything about the 5th state on our route? Want to learn where people in Kenia live and how they make a living? Interested in the countries recent challanges? Check out the profile-page!
Kenia has a colourful history, but the recent problems that challenge the country are at least just as interesting. Learn everything about Kenia here!
in2afrika.nl will soon be published in English!
Good news for the non-Dutch that want to join us In2Afrika! After some requests and remarks from our audience, we have noticed that quite some people that are interested in our project, are non-Dutch. Because we would like to reach an audience both within and outside our home country, including our African partners, we have decided to add a full English translation to our website. At this moment we are busy translating the website, and our expectation is that in a few days the English website will be online. Join us In2Afrika!
Officially In2Afrika Foundation!
We signed the contract! Today we were at Metis Notarissen in Gulpen to sign the contract that officially establishes our foundation. As of Oktober 6th 2014, the In2Afrika Foundation is ready to go. We want to thank Metis Notarissen for helping us establishing our foundation. And now, back to work!
Closed the first 4 projects!