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World Water Day 2023
"Jai Ma" Fundraiser
April 11-12th, 2023
Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary
Join us as we walk through the Binsar Wildlife Sanctuary in the Himalayan Foothills to reach point Zero and raise funds for Water Aid India, and more specifically the WASH Project in 100 schools in Gaya and Madhubani in the Bihar District.
“Compared to older generations, the world’s young people remain hopeful, much more globally minded, and determined to make the world a better place.
Today’s young people have concerns for the future but see themselves as part of the solution.”
Henrietta Fore, Unicef,
The Changing Childhood Project
New York, 18.11.21.
Photos Courtesy of Unsplash - Abigail Clarke
Meet the Ubuntu Family Initiative Team
Ubuntu is a noun in the Zulu Language that may be translated as the belief that our compassion and kindness towards others defines us.
A life partner, mother to two girls, advocate of global issues and businesswoman,
Determined to provide her children with a similar experience to her own, she founded the Ubuntu Family Initiative, a gateway for her family to each individually pursue the causes they contribute towards through their values, passions and interests.
OUR LATEST PROJECTS
“The Ubuntu Family Initiative is an idea that we in the larger development community of the United Nations organisations wish we could bring to fruition. That is to connect inspired individuals and organisations in the global North to make real, impactful connections with people -and especially children - in the global South, who are yearning to engage and grow their ideas of education, well-being, and prosperity. The Ubuntu Family Initiative is a great example of just how much difference the smallest commitments of time and money can make."
—Randall Purcell —
Former Senior Advisor
Wold Bank and United Nations