Global Activism: reaching 100,000 AIDS orphans in Southern Africa

December 9, 2010

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(Courtesy of Hands At Work)
Hands At Work helps orphans and children in Southern Africa's poorest townships.

George Snyman is a white South African and a software developer in Johannesburg who'd never really seen life in the townships. Once he did, he co-founded Hands at Work. His goal is to reach 100,000 orphaned and vulnerable children by the end of 2010, offering food, shelter, water, education, clothing and healthcare. George is joined by Brooke Heubner, a volunteer for Hands at Work.