A forgiveness and arts movement for survivors of conflict and intolerance. Coined from “Africa” and “Forgiveness,” the Afrogiveness Movement (#Afrogiveness) advances tolerance, empathy and forgiveness as keys to sustainable peace.
What We Do
A Safe Space
Its Afrogiveness Centre has offered a safe space in which survivors of conflict of all ethnic groups,religions and physical/mental abilities or disabilities can receive psycho social,educational and legal support but also connect, heal and uplift each other while releasing through art therapy.
The annual “Tolerance Show,” run in partnership with UNESCO every international day of tolerance (November,16) uses arts to promote tolerance, inclusion,diversity and peace. The Mental Health and Psychosocial-disability Policy Forum (MEPPOF) is an event organized by the Afrogiveness Movement and the African Initiative for Health and Research Promotion (AIHRP) to advance policy and legislature which encourages tolerance, forgiveness and empathy.
The Purpose Scholarship offers educational support to refugees and Internally Displaced Persons who desire to transform pain to purpose. We also run the Purpose Students for SDGs campaign to donate their useful but unwanted school books, bags and shoes to those in need.
We help Internally Displaced Persons(IDPs) recover their documents and defend them in case of abuse.