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Experiencing Zimbabwe: Bohera

These are some of my favourite photographs showing the situation in Zimbabwe during the visit I made for emergency relief with the Penny Appeal South Africa team at the end of March. They were...

Zimbabwe Emergency Relief

Cyclone Idai ravished through Mozambique and parts of Zimbabwe in mid-March, destroying many homes due to strong winds and excessive rain - leaving families without food, water, basic hygiene products and medicine. Penny Appeal South Africa is providing emergency...

Feed Our World: Meals4Change Food Trailer coming soon!

DURBAN –Penny Appeal SA will be launching a brand new outreach pilot project on 4 April this year, focusing on feeding the destitute and most vulnerable on the streets. The Feed Our World initiative takes shape in the form of a mobile food trailer that will be...

The women and children of Cox Bazaar

DURBAN – The Rohingya have been struck with poverty with more than 212 000 Rohingya’s living in Ukhai and Teknaf sub-districts in Cox’s Bazar. The huge influx in population means fewer resources are available in the districts proving to be a major issue for the 58% of...

Thirst Relief- Mr. Muhammad Gul

Mr. Muhammad Gul, 70, lives in the village of Kakar kally,  KPK Province. Muhammad has a household comprised of 11 people; 2 elderly people and 9 children, with 4 of them being disabled and needing special assistance. With a low income and...

Thirst Relief – Hafeez Bibi

Hafeez Bibi and Abdul Majeed are a married couple living in the village of Mirani in Punjab Pakistan. Living in desperate conditions with two children as well as grandparents under the same roof, the only income in the household comes from Abdul who works as a daily...

Feature on Furaha

It is a Monday in August. We are welcomed into Furaha Muana’s home by her daughter. We step over colourful building blocks spilling out of a bag into the entry way and into a lounge which currently serves as a family room and her atelier. We soon meet the owner of the...