Hadithi Njoo NPC
Hadithi ya Africa borrows its name from the language of kiSwahili, (the most widely spoken indigenous language in Africa) and means “The story of Africa”.
As an NPO, Our vision is to create a positive African self-image by encouraging Africans to understand each other. We do this through three avenues Storytelling, Inter Africa travel, and African Restoration Projects.
African Restoration Projects – Ubuntu, Harambee, Unibufu, Nkabom… All these words evoke that African spirit of togetherness, oneness and caring for your fellow man. That is why Hadithi ya Africa initiates, promotes and funds community-led projects that promote a positive self-image of Africans and fosters a sense of African unity.
In March 2019, Cyclone Idai devastated large swaths of southern Africa, particularly in central and northern Mozambique. In response, we launched a crowd-funded humanitarian mission called the Midnight Train that collected, sorted, packed and delivered over 50 tonnes of food, clothing, and supplies to families in Beira, Mozambique. Midnight Train To Beira was a totally citizen-driven initiative involving nearly 1,500 citizens of South Africa in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Mozambique.
All funds raised on this platform are specifically for the Midnight Train Project.
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