In March 2023, twenty students from the Breda Nassau School will travel to Phalaborwa for a 15-day expedition. They visit several Bambanani projects and roll up their sleeves on the
spot. Together with South African peers, they will build a number of wooden playground equipment and food tunnels. We know from previous expeditions that an effort is extremely satisfying. After all, being able to play safely and eat healthy are so important in the lives of ‘our’ Bambanani kids.
Later in the year, twenty students from the Eindhoven Sint-Joriscollege will also make an appearance in South Africa. Like their Breda colleagues, they are going to provide some schools with wooden playground equipment and food tunnels. Wonderful to see that the Dutch youth are committed to the youngest generation of South Africa!