News in South Africa
The Khayelitsha OVC team recently hosted a great holiday programme.
The Zandspruit office took on the responsibility of establishing a sustainable food garden.
OLF commemorated World AIDS Day in Alexandra and Zandspruit
Our partner KIPEWA project in Kenya use rabbit and goat rearing for income generation
The Sunday Times Live recently reported on our work in Qunu...
Some images from our events across the country...
The 2010 Christmas came early for 43 children from Moletjie Village.
The overall growth of the global HIV / AIDS epidemic appears to have stabilized.
OLIVE LEAF Foundation invites you to partner in an initiative that will see hundreds of companies collaborate...
Our Port Elizabeth team organized a prayer meeting for Class of 2010
A Global Day of Doing
A few staff members dressed up on Heritage day recently
Dumisani Rebombo and Wessel van den Berg attended a Pact evaluation training
World leaders will meet next week to assess the massive gaps towards reaching the MDGs.
Our Cape Town Family Wellness Coordinator recently became involved with the Bokamoso Ba Rona Youth Campaign
The Wilderness Foundation has developed a dynamic intervention model called the “Umzi Wethu Training Academy for Vulnerable Youth”. Watch the video...
Celebrating women in OLIVE LEAF Foundation
A BBC Radio live interview was conducted with Pumeza Lusi and Ncedeka Pefile in our Port Elizabeth office
Gauging our children's future
Watch the video of us having world cup fun...
To join the initiative of Mandela Day, celebrated on Madiba's birthday 18 July, all willing volunteers are welcome to join OLIVE LEAF Foundation in enabling sustainable community development.
Unicef and OLIVE LEAF Foundation collaborated during the world cup
Itumeleng is representing OLIVE LEAF Foundation in Vienna...
In Durban our staff recently mobilized to help a household in need.
Squeals of laughter, big bear hugs and aquafresh smiles all-round!
South Africa has joined 30 other countries to celebrates World Play Day on 28 May every year.
“Working together we can do more to develop caring communities that protect our children”
Going from embarassment to elation - 57 children receive school uniforms in Port Elizabeth!
The Zambian government officially recognized community schools in 1998. In 2002, the government declared basic education free.
Nigeria accounts for about 10% of the HIV/AIDS burden in the world, with over 3 million of her citizen’s sero-positive and a HIV prevalence of 4.4%.
Public Private Partnerships with corporate South Africa is key is enabling sustainable community development and Absa leads the way.
Many will ask what is biodiversity and why does it matter? Biodiversity is the network of life.
The current buzz words, but how does it affect each of us?
OLF Manager honored with award in Botswana for contribution in Education
Chief Mavuso, one of 40 Ciefs under King Sandile is crowned during 5 day celebration.
Stellenbosch staff attend coaching sessions on personal strengths
Orphans and Vulnerable children benefit from fellow school friends' initiative.
Premier of Amandla! Mandela in the Netherlands with local choir in ensemble.
Statement on the Cabinet meeting held on 21 October 2009
Our CEO offers some thoughts on OLIVE LEAF Foundation
10-09-2009Khayelitsha United Mambazo, betrokke by gemeenskapsontwikkeling-stigting OLIVE LEAF maak naam.
20-08-2009An OLF Facilitator's reflection on Join the Journey 2
14-08-2009R1, 933 800.00 per annum in state grants were leveraged for children within poor households in two days.
Service delivery at "one-stop-shop" Durban Jamboree provides opportunity to access amongst others, dental care.
03-08-2009Community turns to keeping streets clean in Khayelitsha, Cape Town
06-07-2009A paper on the debate of OVC prevention.
The paper continued...
26-06-2009How do we make a difference after we have done wrong?
Local Male Choir goes international!
Who says work cant be fun?
14-04-2009Your feet are bigger than you think...
Twenty children receive nutrition from local initiative in Mthahta.
Sustainable development means moving beyond the triple bottom line
Hop on our bus and join the journey!
17-03-2009An article on community capacity enhancement in Africa
Many children face extreme difficulties: this is a story on the resilience of a child orphaned and at risk.
Durban: An abandoned baby finds new home.
You are never too old to learn and teach others in return.
OLF container revamped into library by SAB (South African Breweries)
06-11-2008Hope into reality! Welcome OLIVE LEAF Foundation!
22-10-2008From thumb-sucker to choir director for a talented girl.
15-10-2008Facing gender and health issues together.
A group of Parents in Port Elizabeth take action to make a difference in their community.
19-09-200837 staff members were awarded computer literacy certificates from the University of the Western Cape
12-09-2008Social Capital have become buzz words, but what is it about?
Elaborate strategies and welfare approaches have been instituted to mobilize community’s to drive the development process.
Traditional Healers engage on gender issues in Seapoint, Cape Town
Two young entrepreneurs address USAID/PEPFAR conference in Pretoria South Africa
Hundreds of children receive a range of services at Khayelitsha event.
Day 2 at the International AIDS conference with Melissa Johannes
05-08-2008Melissa Johannes shares thoughts and experiences from International AIDS conference.
02-08-2008Read daily Blogs on the lessons learned at the Conference
29-07-2008Malaak Compton-Rock and her husband Chris Rock have inititiated the Journey for Change project.
21-07-2008A Winelands community confronts gender inequality and domestic violence.
30-05-2008Elizabeth Arend presents a paper on the design of a Staff Wellness and HIV Policy
17 Children from Khayelitsha are congratulated by the US Ambassador at the launch of the HOPE worldwide Vendor Model on 19 May 2008
Over 2000 children received health and other services at Khayelitsha Jamboree hosted by the OLIVE LEAF Foundation .
Youth from the Soweto CAT's march for behaviour change.
A day in the life of...
An update on the Board of Directors
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