Covid-19 Response

ASAP responded fast with support for vulnerable communities in preparation for covid-19 – sanitizer, disinfectant, soap and information for #lockdown2020

Covid-19 Response

ASAP doubled its reach to enable more vulnerable households to prepare for lockdown. Most have no running water, and many orphans live with elderly carers.

ASAP says Thank You!

We are heartened by the pulling together of private, government and non-profits to give all South Africans a fighting chance against this pandemic.

“What inspires me is the change that I see in children’s lives. They are happy and there is not much hunger among them anymore because they get two plates of food, one at school and one here at the centre later in the day before they go home. The children love the centre very much and they are happy here. I would like to thank ASAP for the change they brought to our village. I love the women I work with, they inspire me. Their dedication for the centre is heartwarming.” – Olga Nokhayalethu Zweni (52)

Annual Report 2018-2019

In celebration of our beneficiaries and all we have achieved through our partnership with them, we are pleased to share our 2018-2019 Annual Report with you.


African Solutions served 51 918 plates of nutritious meals to 341 OVC in the past year.

Who is ASAP?

ASAP facilitates processes with rural women who are caring for and enabling care of children, particularly orphans and vulnerable children, in their village and support those women to be effective.

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From Zitapile to the United Nations:

ASAP youth junior facilitator from Zitapile has been selected as a Girl Activist for Gender based Violence at the United Nations.

The 11th of October is the International Day of the Girl, in celebration of the day, girls from all over the world were invited to share their experiences on different topics that affects the lives of girls.

Well done Ongeziwe. We are proud of you. Please watch the live streaming on this link. girl to address the United Nations on Gender-Based Violence

Today at 4 o'çlock, Khanya Naledi Combined School will be in the spotlight as their girl student will be addressing the United Nations about the Gender-Based Violence. Ongeziwe Mdepha 18 from Harry Gwala, who is also the Great 12 learner at the school in Matatiele has been chosen to be one of the speakers at the United Nation’s virtual gathering on Friday. In an interview with Informer, Mdepha said she was thrilled when she received communication from the UN informing her that she was going to be one of the guest speakers.
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ASAP Expenditure

MAR ’18 – FEB ’19




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Fundraising Expenses

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Community Based Organisations

We partner with deeply rural communities to support them in uplifting the lives of the children of the village.

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