Proceedings of a press conference on A dream for Africa campaign launch. A partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation, UNICEF and the Humberg Society. The initiative is focusing on education and challenges that are faced by vulnerable children in a war torn areas, those affected by poverty and many other socilal ills that negatively impact on schooling and education. In the conference there is a recording of Nelson Mandela where Madiba mentions that no children in Africa or anywhere in the world should be denied education. The campaign will be in South Africa, Angola, Malawi,Mozambique, Rwanda and Zimbabwe.
The proceedings of a press conference on ''A dream for Africa" a joint effort by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, United Nations Children's Emergency Fund and Humburg Society for the promotion of Democracy and international law on developing child friendly schools in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Mmakano Marojele programme manager of the NMF directing programme for the day, address by John Samuel CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation , Per Engebok UNICEF Regional director and Peter Kraemer Humburg society for promotion of democracy and international law.
Part 1 of the proceedings of a press conference on 'A dream for Africa' a joint effort by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the United Nations of Children's Emergency Fund and the Humburg Society for the promotion of Democracy and international law on developing child friendly schools in Angola, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa and Zimbabwe. Mmakano Marojele programme manager of the Nelson Mandela Foundation directing programme for the day, addressed by Chief Executive Office of the Nelson Mandela Foundation of the time John Samuel, Per Engebok of the United Nation Children's Emergency Fund regional director and Peter Kraemer Humburg society for promotion of democracy and international law.
Proceedings of a symposium / workshop by Mandela and Shuttleworth Foundations. The symposium was divided into two sessions the first session focused on searching for effective ways of assessing and measuring social change. It explored ways in which organisations in the non governmental sector can stop relying on donors and contribute to social investments. Different scenarios are explored on how to bring practices from the the corporate sector to the non corporate sector and be to bridge the gap between the haves and the have nots.
The proceedings of the 3rd Nelson Mandela annual lecture by the Kenyan environmentalist, Nobel Peace Prize winner and political activist Professor Wangari Mathaai, at Linder Auditorium, Wits University Johannesburg. Includes interview by Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Dr Mamphela Ramphele.
Lusikisiki community in dialogue and participation with the Eastern Cape t who attended the launch of the HIV /AIDS roll in response to previous speakers, address by Dr Monwabisi Goqwana Eastern Cape MEC for Health and by Dr Connie Kganakga HIV/AIDS Programme from the Nelson Mandela Foundation.
Formal proceedings at the community hall in Lusikisiki with Contralesa Chief Pathekile Holomisa as the Master of Ceremony, John Samuel CEO Nelson Mandela Foundation and Dr Eric Goemaere MSF Coordinator in South Africa.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation HIV/AIDS programme visit one of the sites in Lusikisiki the programme manager Dr Connie Kganakga, CEO John Samuel and Dr Heiko Roel visit the village clinic in Lusikisiki and are taken on a tour of the clinic. The sister shares experiences with the Foundation staff and tells them of the programmes successes and challenges. In the clinic there are several activities such as the importance of support groups, there is know your status campaign with people disclosing their HIV/AIDS statuses and the talks that discourage stigma towards the people who have the HIV virus.
The proceedings of the Nelson Mandela Foundation associated with TAC and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in the fight against HIV/AIDS at the Mantlaneni district in Lusikisiki. The program focuses on people coming to test and receiving counseling and getting education and the use anti- retrovirals. Community members speak about how they got tested and know about their HIV/AIDS status and about the staff shortage challenge in their local clinic.