PROJECTS AT A GLANCE

Every day we grow, incorporating and implementing numerous intermediate and large projects within communities. Every impact is meaningful, every project makes a difference. 

2012

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2020

2021

2012

icon-check Conflict mediation
icon-check Peacebuilding seminars with gang leaders
icon-check Reconciliation meals
icon-check Art therapy
icon-check Community reconciliation interventions (Mini-Truth Commissions)

2012

2013

icon-check  Primary school resilience building interventions
icon-check  Mother-Child (ECD) – Teen pregnancy support (school-based programme)
icon-check  Juvenile offender rehabilitation programme
icon-check  Long-term therapy for gang leaders
icon-check  Job creation interventions
icon-check  Primary school youth resilience training

2013

2014

icon-check  Pelikan Park interventions
icon-check  Planting of hydroponic gardens
icon-check  Liaising with home owners associations
icon-check  Ongoing long-term therapy for gang leaders
icon-check  Liaison and advising government departments regarding youth-at-risk interventions
icon-check  Advising on community-wide reconciliation
icon-check  Facilitation of Kimberly 2 land and identity dialogue between 1000 indigenous leaders

2014

2015

icon-check  GLAS ENNIE DRAAD anti-gangsterism theatre production
icon-check  Unity and reconciliation summits within the community
icon-check  Arranged for 500 women from Pelikan Park to participate in the 2015 Woman’s Humanitarian Arts Festival critical dialogue on gangsterism, and the Woman’s March
icon-check  Concluded the Poverty Stop Light pilot study in Pelikan Park
icon-check  Poverty Gap Analysis – Pelikan Park
icon-check  Social cohesion interventions with community leaders

2015

2016

icon-check  Policy conference in Belgium
icon-check  Participation in the Tunisian Truth and Dignity Commission
icon-check  Narcotics Anonymous
icon-check  Heritage Day Healing seminar
icon-check  Cultural Genocide Conference – Canadian Truth and Reconciliation Commission
icon-check  SEFSA Facilitation

2016

2017

icon-check  RRF coordinates the establishment of the first-ever Live Khoisan Museum – a living
exhibition – on display at the Castle of Good Hope, Cape Town
icon-check  Poverty Gap Analysis
icon-check  RRF profile enhancement: Dr Richards appointed as visiting scholar to Texas Christian
University, USA
icon-check  RRF hosts leadership conference on Khoe-San history and identity
icon-check  Anger Management program delivered to juveniles in a ‘lockup facility’ (i.e. junior prison)
icon-check  Launch of Bastaards or Humans book at Castle of Good Hope
icon-check  RRF hosts various groups of international CEO’s through London Business School. CEO’s
visit RRF township projects
icon-check  Girls-in-Gangs program initiated – Start-Up meeting in London
icon-check  Community-building ‘Social Cohesion’ and Therapeutic Support
icon-check  Policy Roundtable Discussions

2017

2018

icon-check  Western Cape Education department endorses book, Bastaards or Humans, as alternative history book of South Africa
icon-check  RRF donates 400 books to High Schools in Western Cape (one per school)
icon-check  Anger Management program delivered to youth-at-risk in a safe house in Parkwood Township
icon-check  Leadership development program for religious leaders: Rebuilding broken communities
icon-check  Girls-in-Gangs program continues in Lavender Hill
icon-check  RRF facilitates Human Rights in Vulnerable Communities conference
icon-check  RRF interacts with international partners in Columbia regarding Girls-in-Gangs program

2018

2019

icon-check  British Airways, major sponsor of Comic Relief, visit RRF
icon-check  Centre for African Studies of University of Cape Town co-launches Bastaards or Humans (vol 2) with RRF
icon-check  Anger Management program delivered to young women at risk in a safe house in Philipi Farming District
icon-check  Global Leadership Encounter training program takes place on Robben Island in partnership with the Robben Island Museum. Curriculum drawn from BOH books.

2019

2020

icon-check  Covid-19 response: Project Orange – 6.8 Million oranges distributed to vulnerable communities in Covid-19 hotspots
icon-check  Khoisan Identity, Transformation and Human Rights seminars conducted for rural farm workers at Namakwaland Sitrus in Clanwilliam. Sponsored by Embassy of Netherlands in Pretoria.

2020

2021

  UPCOMING: Build a Restoration Centre and ECD centre for survivors of Gender-based Violence and their children
  UPCOMING: Job creation for 100 survivors of Gender-based Violence on a vegetable farm outside Clanwilliam in a town called Graafwater.

2021

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