Launched in 2018, the initiative aimed to support Dignity Moçambique, an association committed to the professional training of young people.
It is now a pleasant habit to collect some notes during the “Travel with Purpose”, the journey that Harambee makes every year to know and evaluate the projects carried out in Africa.
Have you made a video documentary that tells about Africa without the usual stereotypes? Or are you a young creative, passionate about communication and technology?
If you want to organize solidarity initiatives during the summer, Harambee offers photographic exhibitions to enrich the cultural offer.
To contribute to the growth of a generation of young socially responsible entrepreneurs, capable of generating income and socio-economic impact in the communities of reference;
Activities are continuing in the Kigali, Butare and Ruhengeri area, in Rwanda, as part of the project that Harambee started in 2018 in collaboration with the local Episcopal Conference.
On the 24th of May, the day before the #WorldAfricaDay, the Tabancura School of Santiago de Chile launches, together with Harambee, a project of scholarships for deserving students from three schools in Kenya and one in Cameroon. The selected...
World Africa Day is celebrated on 25 May. On this occasion, Harambee launches a fundraiser via Facebook to support the projects promoted in 2019,
The Report describes, albeit in summary, the results of the work carried out in 2018, results that could not have been achieved without the support of many friends and supporters
There is time until June 28th to participate in the Harambee Competition for Italian schools. The aim is to encourage a deeper understanding of Africa and to promote the values of acceptance, acceptance, sharing and sociality.
On the occasion of the beatification of the scientist Guadalupe Ortiz de Landázuri to be held on May 18 in Madrid, Harambee launches a ten-year project of scholarships for young African scientists.
An exchange of experiences and the prospect of a considerable mutual enrichment: these are the objectives of the visit to Rome of the law students of one of the most valuable African universities: Strathmore University in Nairobi (Kenya).
Strengthening five agricultural institutes located in different areas of Cameroon: this is the aim of the project that Harambee wants to support, in 2019, in the country.
Rome, 06.03.2019. On 5 March, the South African doctor Ozó Ibeziako received the 2019 Award for the promotion and equality of African women in Madrid.
Giovanni Castellani, President of the Advisory Board of Harambee Africa International, passed away this morning – March 1, 2019. A successful professional, Giovanni was a person of great affability and simplicity.
Harambee launches the VIII edition of the International Award: “Conveying Africa” to contribute to a more authentic narration of Africa.
Strengthening local entities’ capabilities to offer professional training and labour market integration to people. By this aim, Harambee Africa International is launching the 2019 fundraising campaign in support of ten initiatives in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Pier Luca Santoro and Juan Narbona will conclude tomorrow, February 15, the cycle of meetings on “institutional narrative” to strengthen the ability of each institution to make its identity interesting.
At each meeting, two specialists will discuss different aspects of narrative, the digital context and new languages.
Ten projects approved by the Harambee Committees will receive the fundraising campaign in 2019. The countries concerned are Kenya, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cameroon and Angola.
The 2019 edition of the training seminar for non-profit organizations, in collaboration with Harambee, will start on February 1st. The theme for this year is digital storytelling, one of the most important trends in corporate communication.
A day of study that stems from the desire to inform on the subject in a serious and respectful of human dignity; to clarify in the face of the many distortions that affect the phenomenon;