Supporting young people holistically in South Africa
AMANDLA is now expanding upon the Safe-Hub® model by adding elements of renewable energy, sustainable water harvesting and sustainable agriculture to the existing infrastructure. To achieve this, knodel foundation is supporting the campus in Gugulethu-Manenberg (near Cape Town) by developing off-grid solutions. The sustainability package will guarantee the Safe-Hub® a better carbon footprint, financial stability through off-setting operational costs and in the long-run provide access to self-supporting resources for the surrounding community. AMANDLA´s goal is to scale this unique project together with the knodel foundation to 30 Safe-Hubs® across South Africa.
Free and self-determined learning in Bangladesh
Learning centers are suitable alternatives to conventional Indian school education. The so-called “Nooks” are open to people of all ages. Here, the learners themselves decide on the learning content and pace.
Transformative education for a sustainable world
The Cusanus Hochschule für Gesellschaftsgestaltung is an independent and young university that stands for freedom, diversity and unity of education and research as well as social dialogue.
Empowering disadvantaged women in Ghana
The Do Wo Yonko Foundation seeks to help children and young women in Ghana achieve better professional opportunities and income opportunities in the long term through educational programs.
Enabling school education in Tanzania
Mbozi Secondary School in the Songwe region of Tanzania has a financial problem: despite very good quality teaching and teaching staff, many families cannot afford the school fees and need support.