At the centre of our work are the women who have dedicated their lives to caring for the fragile flowers of this world. This August, ASAP celebrates all the rural women who spend every day empowering themselves to be greater agents of change in their villages.
“Wathint’ abafazi. Wathint’ imbokodo” which means 'You strike a woman, you strike a rock'.
On the 10th of August 2018, 11 women from four CBO’s celebrated women’s day by empowering themselves with Bookkeeping skills which will enhance financial management in their respective Community Based Organisations. ... See MoreSee Less
During the recent winter school holidays, 209 orphaned and vulnerable kids had great fun in the therapeutic art workshops presented by ASAP. The Community Based Organisations Nonkqubela, Reahasetjhaba and Sinikithemba participated. The children learned, played and connected with nature using their gifted hands in exploring the themes of air, fire water and earth. We saw many of the children refusing to put down their crayons, and as facilitator I believe that art can encourage children to think and develop skills and confidence as they go. Mfundo Zeka ... See MoreSee Less