Transforming Healthcare through Entrepreneurship – 16.09.14

On 16 September, the Humanitarians team attended an interactive panel discussion on entrepreneurship in healthcare to learn more about the opportunities for entrepreneurial solutions, routes to scale, and practical lessons from entrepreneurs who have made a positive impact in delivering healthcare. The event coincided with the PwC 2014 Vision to Reality Awards, and the SA […]

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Health Education & Bread Campaign – 29.11.14

Closing the year, we approached a disadvantaged community close to our hearts in Bonteheuwel, Cape Town on November 29th in commemoration of World Aids Day. It was important necessary to educate the community on problems they currently face including education around the Ebola crisis that was currently affecting the world. We also acknowledged that the […]

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BHP (KZN): Deaf & Blind Society – 20.06.14

In late June (20th), the Biokinetic Humanitarian Project conducted its first event in Kwa-Zulu Natal (KZN), Durban, to the KZN Blind and Deaf Society. This was successfully conducted in association with the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal’s Biokinetics, Exercise and Leisure Sciences Department students, . The intervention was led by senior lecturer and KZN co-ordinator for […]

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BHP (WC) – Tramway Football Club – 06.09.14

Late in 2014, the Humanitarians was approached by UCT Exercise Science and Sports Medicine (ESSM) MPhil student, Robert Evans for assistance in testing for his research project in association with Victoria Hospital, Cape Town. He humbly requested the assistance of the Biokinetic Humanitarian Project team to assist him with his research project. His project consisted of […]

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Palestine March – 09.08.14

Following the success of the first march in Cape Town to Parliament in solidarity for Palestine, a second march took place on National Womens Day (9 August 2014). This was the biggest protest event ever recorded since the Apartheid March in 1994. It was a hot summers day and though there were people protesting in […]

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