Supporting the Mondesa Community

African Vocals, an acapella ensemble from Mondesa, Swakopmund, proudly donated N$30 000 to “Help educate the Namibian child.” African Vocals manager Regine Hink and group leader and founder Joel Nambuli handed over the cheque on Thursday last week to the Mondesa Youth Opportunities Trust in Mondesa during a music showcase event to support the work the project is doing to improve the quality of education.

The vocal group which comprises of male singers and dancers was founded in 2012 in Mondesa and has seen the group tour overseas for the fourth time now.
The group recently returned from a six-week tour in Germany this year where they performed and participated in various fundraising concerts. “We thought long and hard about who to support. We wanted to give back to the community and we identified MYO as a well-run project that has a significant positive impact on the lives and education of learners,” says Joel Nambuli.
The project’s manager Neels Strijdom, who accepted the cheque on behalf of MYO expressed his gratitude at the generous gesture. He said: “It will certainly go a long way to help us to continue providing the best quality education we can to our learners.”
The ensemble’s handover was preceded by a vibrant and dynamic performance by the group. Nambuli expressed his desire to continually do his best to support the very community he grew up in citing that an investment into a child’s education is one that is never wasted.

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