Born in Africa is actively involved in networking with many educational stakeholders and role-players in the Plettenberg Bay area, which falls under the Bitou Municipality of the Western Cape. Through this, we are able to keep up to date with the changing needs of the communities we serve.

The Western Cape Education Department, Department of Social Development, Child Welfare South Africa, Bitou10 Foundation, Plettaid, Epilepsy South Africa, Knysna Drug and Alcohol Centre, Bitou Municipality, Willing Workers in SA, Masizame Shelter and Youth Centre, and Kids of Kurland are a few of the government and non-profit organisations with which we work.

We would like to thank our local partners who assist BIA in achieving our mission. Together we can make a difference. Adventureland, Adopt A Swimmer, Nature’s Valley Trust, Knysna Elephant Park, Green, Ingwe Forest Adventures, Tenikwa Wildlife Sanctuary, WWISA, Hunters Hotel Group, MadaboutArt, Plett Surf, Bitou 10 Foundation, Starling Backpackers, Noah’s Park Wolf Sanctuary, Kurland Hotel, Monkeyland/Birds of Eden, FAMSA, Ocean Blue, Biblionef SA, Goose Valley Golf club, Radical Raptors, Kurland Brik, Plettenberg Bay Game Reserve, The Red Shed Karatara, Lunchbox Theatre, Plett Community Church, Woolworths, Melville spar and Kwikspar.

Born in Africa’s founding capital was sponsored by the Belgian property developers and share holders of Whale Rock, situated in Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.

From 2003, for a four-year period, Born in Africa was assured continuous funding and expansion of projects thanks to the Belgian NGOs Horizon 2007 and Volens.

Since 2008 Born In Africa has raised funds in many different ways to ensure that the quality of the projects and activities continue to expand and evolve. Today, our organization is sustained by donations and sponsorships.