Born in Africa stimulates social and educational development in children, striving to create economically self-sustainable adults

Born in Africa stimulates social and educational
development in children, striving to create economically
self-sustainable adults

Infrastructure

Kranshoek Computer Classroom:  

 

 

 

 

 

 

This classroom was built by BIA and currently houses 28 computers where the learners are taught computer skills. 

Crags Gr R classrooms: 

 

Due to the importance of the learners Gr R(reception year) BIA did extensive fundraising to build these two classrooms who each house 25 learners.

'Liliannes Classroom' in Wittedrift:

A BIA initiative located at Wittedrift Primary where a wide variety of activities are taught-ranging from Ballet, Art & Craft, Drama and much more. 

BIA wooden classrooms in Harkerville, Kranshoek and Wittedrift: 

These were our first classrooms we built to house our mentors and their group sessions

Kranshoek wall: 

 

 

 

 

 

the 30 m long wall facing the north side of the school playground

BIA office and volunteer house: 

Our BIA house is where our volunteers live and it is the central hub where our staff work from

Qolweni crèche: kitchen & fence:

 

Building a new kitchen and a fence added value to the learners and their parents.  They now know that their children are fed on a daily basis and with a secure fence around the school, they can rest assured their children are safe. 

Mazisame youth center for ABET (adult education)

 

The centrewas build to offer a safe but practical environment for youth at risk. There they receive abet education and a warm meal on a daily basis

 Siya Phambili shop

A Group of BIA mothers learned in 2007 how to work with beads. This training was offered by Born in Africa. The business is now fylly selfsustainable. You can find the shop next to the Peppermill in the Crags. All art is created by Adje Bos. The shop is daily open.