Welcome! Siyakwemukela! Welkom! Kamohelo!
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is an artist-led humanitarian organization dedicated to improving the psychosocial condition of children and communities in areas of crisis through laughter and play.
We also seek to raise our society’s awareness of conditions in these areas.
Founded in 2004, Clowns Without Borders South Africa has implemented more than 800 interventions with performances and arts-based workshops for over 375,000 children and families.
Countries where we have worked include South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana, Israel/Palestine, Lebanon, Southern Sudan, Kenya, Sweden, Lithuania, Ethiopia, and Zimbabwe.
CWB-South Africa maintains a spirit of peace, joy, compassion and loving kindness in all of our endeavors.
Please feel free to browse our website to find out more information about Projects, Partners, Press, and ways you can support our work!
Thank you! Siyabonga! Dankie! Rea Leboha!
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is an artist-led humanitarian organisation that seeks to provide psychosocial support to children and families affected by crisis. Since 2004, we have implemented arts-based interventions for over 375 000 children and adults in South Africa and throughout the African continent.
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is excited to return to share laughter in South Sudan.
On 16 September we will be partnering with our friends at Clowns Without Borders USA and Terre des hommes (Tdh) to bring free workshops and performances to refugee and internally displaced persons (IDPs) around the Juba region.
Clowns everywhere in August!
Clowns Without Borders South Africa is currently implementing 5 projects throughout South Africa!
We have had such a busy winter. Projects in the Eastern Cape, Western Cape, and Kwazulu-Natal focused on financial security, youth empowerment, teen risk reduction, and parenting.
SEEKING VOLUNTEER INTERNS FOR PARENTING PROGRAMME IN SOUTH AFRICA
Clowns Without Borders is looking for vibrant and energetic volunteers to support our fieldwork team and project managers in running a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a parenting programme in the Western Cape of South Africa.
Juba Juba - As the story goes, when the first Native Americans caught a train, they rested for a few days when they reached their destination. When asked why, they replied, "We are waiting for our souls to arrive". Such was my experience in South Sudan, I waited over a week for my soul to arrive in Swaziland.
Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape, 24 August, 2014 - Playtime Antics is back on the road with another tour in collaboration with FTH:K to provide access to arts for children with disabilities. Funded by RMB Fund and Europcar, our artists have been performing for Deaf and Hearing children as well as those with other mental disabilities. Here is a beautiful letter from one of the schools where we recently performed:
"Wow, wow, wow!!!