Commitment to Action

U.ME.WE Campaign

Commitment by

Ubuntu Education Fund

In 2012, Ubuntu Education Fund committed to launch the U.ME.WE. Campaign, a three year, $25 million initiative to provide long-term financial stability and develop the Ubuntu Centre in Port Elizabeth, South Africa into a world class health and education campus, transforming the lives of 2,000 children and their families from cradle to career. The launch of the U.ME.WE Campaign represents the expansion and improvement of Ubuntu's development model. By expanding Ubuntu's early-childhood and after-school programs, reaching new supporters, certifying its pediatric clinic as an HIV service-provider, and further instilling a commitment among Ubuntu students to serve the community, the U.ME.WE Campaign will build upon the success that Ubuntu has achieved over the past 13 years.

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Commitment

U.ME.WE Campaign

Launched

2012

Est. Duration

3 Years

Estimated Total Value

$26,345,225

Region

Africa

Countries

SOUTH AFRICA

Commitment by

Ubuntu Education Fund

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

McKinsey & Company, De Agostini SpA, Knowledge is Power Program, Colin Cowie Events, Eastern Cape Province Department of Health