KWASUKASUKELA | cape town | 2012
St Joseph’s Children’s Home – is an intermediate paediatric care facility for children with life limiting and life threatening illness.
Nal’ibali – (isiXhosa for “here’s the story”) is a national reading-for-enjoyment campaign to spark children’s potential through storytelling and reading.
Ikamva Labantu – are committed to creating sustainable socio-economic change in Cape Town’s township communities. By working hand-in-hand with community members, we seek to empower individuals and communities to become self-sufficient through the provision of training, support and resources.
Ikhaya le themba – offers holistic care and family support to orphaned and vulnerable children in Imizamo Yethu, Cape Town as they face the effects of poverty, trauma and HIV & Aids.
Three artists from Clowns San Frontier and Four artists from Clowns Without Borders South Africa worked together on this collaboration. The show’s theme centres around literacy and consists of great routines with fools fooling around and a little magic; to show the power of the imagination inspired by books. The team performed 16 shows working with four organisations and managed to reach over 7000 people from young and old.