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

Charne Majavie

Charné’s dream has always been to study physiotherapy. This is largely due to the fact that her younger sister, Ayesha Majavie, suffers from Spinal Bifida, as well as the fact that Charné has a passion to help people. Her dream has come true at the end of 2016 when she graduated from the Univesity of the Western Cape with her Honours degree in Physiotherapy.  In January 2017 she started working as a physiotherapist in Humansdorp, Eastern Cape.

Click here to read the beautiful thank you letter she wrote when she left Born in Africa after graduating.