Empowering young people to be agents of change within their families, schools and communities.
Half the population of Windhoek, Namibia’s capital, live in shantytowns surrounding the city. Shantytowns are known for violent crime, prostitution, and substance abuse. They are dangerous places to grow up. Shantytown children and youth are vulnerable and lack opportunity. They need guidance and support to navigate these dangers and realize a brighter future.
Our local partner in Namibia is investing in children and youth in Namibia through education and sports programs to transform communities.
Together, we invest in children and youth in Namibia through education and sports programs to transform communities.