The International Solidarity for African Union (ISAU) was founded in June 2004 to promote solidarity amongst all Africans & contributing
positively toward the economy through a sound collaboration between foreign nationals
and local people to find the solution to the main problems of the country in
which they dwell.
The International Solidarity for African Union is registered with the
South African Department of Social Development since October 23rd 2006. The International Solidarity for African
Union was granted the status of Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) Registration#
930043778 in term of
the section 30(3) of the Tax Act No 58 of 1962 (the Act) & Tax
Deductible organisation in term of Section 18A(1)(a) of the Act &
Exempt from the Donation Tax in terms of Section 56(1)(h) of the Income
Tax Act. Exemption from the payment of Estate Duty in terms of the Section
4(h) of the Estate Duty Act No. 45 of 1955,
The INTERNATIONAL SOLIDARITY FOR AFRICAN UNION for the past 12 years has successfully achieved the following projects:
- Feeding scheme every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday - Participated actively to the
World Conference of Religions for the Millennium Development Goals 2006
- Active Member of KZN Network
on Violence Against Women and thus lobbying for women rights and gender equity
- Contributed to elaborate the
South African Charter of Victims of Crime with the Department of Justice &
- Active member of Durban
Network of Service Providers to Refugee and thus lobbying for refugee rights,
participating in World Refugee Day (2006-2009)
- Trained for HIV/AIDS &
TB Counselling by Soul City & UNHCR (October 2007)
- We are registered in the KZN
HIV – related Services Directorate, working with HIV911 & its partners to
tackle the HIV pandemic.
- French language course to
the Department of Home Affairs employees from KZN Province
(2006) absolutely free of charge,
- Trained as IOM Certified
trainer for Counter-Human Trafficking programme (Pretoria -2007)
- Organized Capacity building
workshops on counter-human trafficking for South African Civil society
- Participated in 2008 to the
Conference on South African Domestic Violence Act, Theme: “Lesson from a Decade
of Legislation & Implementation” organized by CSVR.
- 2009, trained as Trainer
& facilitator on the UN Methodology called: “Community Capacity Enhancement
(CCE)” to conduct in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation research
& Community Dialogue in various parts of the country for resolution of
conflicts & social coercion.
Solidarity is actually writing an essay on how to cut down the crime in South Africa
through promotion of Moral & Civic Education.
The organisation’s main objectives are to:
- Promote basic Civic Education
& Constructive Patriotism amongst the youths
- To feed, shelter the Orphans and
Vulnerable Children (O.V.C)
- To provide basic health education
to all regarding STD/HIV/AIDS & TB and basic counselling skills.
- Provide accurate Capacity
Building trainings in Counter Human Trafficking (long experience with
International Organisation for Migration (IOM))
- Conduct community dialogue to
resolve conflicts (years of experience with the Mandela Foundation)
- Research and promote cultural
talents amongst the rural youths
- Recruit and enroll qualified
residents & refugees into volunteer hands-on skills transfer program to
empower rural youths.
- Law Clinic for community
- Recruit volunteer from all over
the world to assist in any possible way to reaching our objectives.
- To work in collaboration with
other organisations which mainly deal with health transformation and education
prevent use of dangerous substances, drugs, alcohol… etc, as well as the
addiction to them.
- Assist the OVCs & the Elderly
to apply & receive necessary grants due to them.
to sponsor education of disadvantaged rural citizen as well as to assist small
organisation with similar objectives.