Entries by aoa

Senior Solo Travel: Don’t Let a Number Hold You Back

We saw this guest blog on the Solo Travel Society page, and couldn’t resist reposting it! Volunteering has no age limit or requirement, so what’s holding you back?   “I want to continue to backpack travel on my own, but I’m somewhat scared as an older person.” So said 63-year-old Victoria, a reader who recently […]

Meet The Team – Menzi

At All Out Africa, there are many things that set us apart. One of them is our fantastic team! That’s why we decided it was time to sit down with our staff and have them answer a few fun questions about why they love what they do! Today we are chatting to Menzi, our Sports […]

2018 African Responsible Tourism Awards- We’ve been long listed!

All Out Africa is so excited to announce that we have been long listed again this year for the African Responsible Tourism Awards. In 2017 we were honoured to win a GOLD for best in species and habitat conservation. Last years award was a great milestone for our Savannah Conservation and Marine Conservation projects. This […]

Christmas Surgery – A guardian angel story

‘’Joy cometh in the morning’’ these words ring true for Nomthandazo a vulnerable child from one of our Neighborhood Care Points (NCP), who came home from the hospital this month, to rejoin her family of 8, living with her unemployed mother in her uncles two roomed flat. Nomthandazo, which means prayer in SiSwati has been […]

NEW Early Childhood Education Internship Available!

Over the years we have humbly received thanks from parents who watch their children excel in school. We have watched as our pint-sized graduates transform into life-size adults, wearing their caps and gowns proudly as they walk across the stage of their high school. We enjoy the drop in visits from our NCP kids who […]

What do fishermen, robot sharks and volunteers have in common off the coast of Tofo, Mozambique and how are they coming together to save the world’s biggest fish?

All Out Africa volunteer-collected data recently contributed to a paper our collaborating scientists and I authored looking at the importance of Mozambican coastal water to whale sharks and the potential threats to whale sharks in these waters. In this paper 15 whale sharks satellite-tagged off the coast of Tofo had their movement patterns analysed. This […]

Meet The Team – Michael

At All Out Africa, there are many things that set us apart. One of them is our fantastic team! That’s why we decided it was time to sit down with our staff and have them answer a few fun questions about why they love what they do! Today we are interviewing Michael, our Building Project […]

NEW Micro Finance Internship Available!

We have an exciting new internship opportunity in Swaziland! The Micro Finance Pilot & Development project in Swaziland works in collaboration with the All Out Africa Foundation. It aims to provide community based individuals who currently volunteer on our projects for little or no incentive, a chance to be awarded a small loan. Over time […]

Meet The Team – Tgengisa

At All Out Africa, there are many things that set us apart. One of them is our fantastic team! That’s why we decided it was time to sit down with our staff and have them answer a few fun questions about why they love what they do! Today we are highlighting Tgengisa, our Social Projects […]