Nearly every child in Africa knows what a baobab tree is. Nearly child in Africa eats baobab powder. But beyond knowing what the tree looks like and that it has a nutritious fruit, very little is generally known about their ecology. The Little Big Baobab Book (free pdf download available here) addresses FAQ’s of baobabs. Translated into TshiVenda and easy [...] Continue Reading
Once a year we reach out to some Preschools in areas where baobabs grow and ask them what they need. This year we supported the Mutale B Preschool with sourcing the exact colour paint required for their classroom renovations.
Baobab Foundation supported Mukovhawabale Preschool and the Mbodi tsha Fhasi Preschool with much needed cement for the building of their new classrooms. Cement for Mukovawabale Preschool
The children in Mukomawabane village have not been going to preschool for the past few years and thus the kids have losing out on the opportunity of formal early childhood education. This is because the parents in the village, many of them unemployed and without more than primary school education themselves, did not see the value for children to go [...] Continue Reading
“Each year there is more demand for the Preschool” says Principal Munzhelele “as the community grows so do the needs of the community”. In 2019 when the school was first opened by the Baobab Foundation, the school only have a handful of children. "We are expecting a greater intake of children next year and we need to prepare for this in [...] Continue Reading