Established in 2005, by United Nations’ advocate, Prince Cedza Dlamini, the Ubuntu Institute is an international non-profit development organisation. Our aim is to contribute to the achievement of the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals, a range of ambitious development targets including halving extreme poverty and halting the spread of HIV/AIDS. The Institute believes that incorporating an understanding of culture and heritage into our initiatives is the key to the acceptance and adherence of the programmes.
In this way, the Institute can work in conjunction with, rather than against, long-held beliefs and social structures, enabling us to implement real and meaningful changes to the way people live their lives today.
You can be a part of this innovative approach to development by contributing to the Ubuntu Institute. Your contribution will go directly to one of the programmes detailed on this website, and take us one step closer to our worthy goals. Thank you.
Donate via Electronic Transfer
Bank Name: First National Bank
Account Name: Ubuntu Institute for Young Social Entrepreneurs
Account Number: 62500491296
Account Type: Business Checking
Branch Name: 4 Merchant Place
Branch Number: 250655
Swift Code: FIRNZAJJ
Address of Bank: FNB 4 Merchant Place, Cnr Rivonia Road & Friedman Drive, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa
Donate via Mail
P. O. Box 1579
Gallo Manor, Johannesburg
2052 South Africa