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Although contradictions persist, Africa is changing very rapidly and important opportunities are opening up to young people, who account for 60% of the population: investing in the entrepreneurial talent of these young people can be a significant driver for...
Strengthening the Higher Institute of Nursing (ISSI) in Kinshasa to improve the training of nurses.
On 22 July, 25 young girls will leave Spain for a voluntary experience in Kenya.
Thanks to the funds raised, it was possible to send a contribution of €4,500 to the COREDA Association – Community Relief and Development Action
More than 20 years have passed since the genocide in Rwanda and the country has taken enormous steps to overcome psychological and physical violence.
In Tete, one of the poorest and most vulnerable provinces in Mozambique, activities were started to set up four craft workshops
This is the journey that Harambee makes every year to know and evaluate the projects set up in Africa.
Rosalina is a young 17-year-old girl from Tete, Mozambique. She lost both her parents and lived in an orphanage until the age of 11. Soon after she moved to Chitima, in a center where girls between 10 and 18...
Mrs BIBI is a widow and alone takes care of her son Minani and three other girls who have been entrusted to her, being orphans of parents.
“I tried to make the most of my time here in Italy as an intern and these three months really passed quickly”. Olga is 30 years old, she studied at the Institute of Nursing Sciences -ISSI of Kinshasa, in...
On April 27, 2018 Harambee USA Foundation is hosting a cultural activity by holding a Senegalese cuisine cooking class at Alderton Center in NYC.
The project of social reintegration of the youngsters of Lomé-Togo has been completed.
We present a short paper on the current condition of health care in Africa, by the Harambee Cultural Committee.
South Africa. 120 students on the outskirts of Johannesburg find the right motivation for a better future, thanks to the Harambee project.
With the last tranche sent (Euro 3,447.15) to the project: “Support to Protea Glen High Scool” of Soweto – South Africa, the activites have been completed.
The Harambee Award for the Promotion and Equality of African Women has been awarded this year to Dr. Ebele Okoye, pharmacist, who will receive her prize in Madrid this coming March 13th.
From one country to another, living and dying could not be more different. February 28th is Rare Disease Day, a worldwide observance co-ordinated by the Consumers, Health, Agriculture and Food Executive Agency of the European Commission.
Among many difficulties and some delays, the short-term vocational training project for 50 Ethiopian young people, set up by Harambee, Operation Rescue Ethiopia and the “Nessun Luogo è Lontano” association, is moving ahead with success.
There are 72 children currently attending a course of literacy for their next entry in school.
The goal is to turn every hour of study into 1 euro to be devolved to the projects of Harambee, with the cooperation of a sponsor. Twenty students of the Punta Sveva Cultural Center inaugurated a study room for...
Within the project “Improvement of Mother and Children’s Life Conditions at Makeni” launched by Harambee in 2017
Portugal. Special Award Ceremony for Documentaries for the 7th edition of the “Comunicating Africa” Prize.
On January 27, 2018, journalist Ana Candeias (TVI) will receive a special prize
Liliana lives and works in Tete. She is 20 years old and comes from Mutarara, one of the districts of the province of Tete, in Mozambique.
Eight new vocational and education initiatives will be promoted by Harambee in 2018:
On Saturday, December 16th in Rome, a Christmas football tournament was inaugurated to support Harambee projects.