Blog

Jun 06
Imvula Music Program

From Shipping Container to Music Studio

Thea Karki

The Philippi Music Project team is building a music studio inside an abandoned shipping container located just minutes from our PFCF music program in Gugulethu. The Imvula students and teachers will not only have free access to the studio, but also an opportunity to learn recording, create studio-quality music and participate in workshops conducted by local musicians from across the region.

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May 18

SUCCESS IS NOT AN ACCIDENT

William Aura

“It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing.” Pele Noi Noi and myself want to thank everyone involved for making our recent mission in Nepal so deeply rewarding. Fearless team leader Bajracharya Ishor and our stellar crew worked very hard under difficult circumstances at times to accomplish so much. We are very proud of their tireless effort. Here are a few of the compassionate actions all made possible by your support.

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May 09
Star School Music Program

More Music, More Positive Change in Rwanda

In 2013, Playing For Change Foundation partnered with Star School, a Primary and Secondary school in Kigali, Rwanda, to offer a music and sports program to the children. Now three years into the partnership, the music program is thriving and recently expanded to include more classes, more teachers and more students...

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May 04
Tintale Village Mother’s Society

OUR TEAM RETURNS

William Aura

We have safely arrived in Kathmandu from the remote Eastern Terai region known as Udayapur. The area is long overdue for monsoon for quite some time, and the sweltering heat wave is unprecedented. There's been no rain for nearly a year...

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Apr 20
Udayapur Music Program

A Musical Journey on the Silk Route

Shauna Murray

Sylvain and Mathieu are two modern-day French explorers and filmmakers who set out to follow the ancient silk route from India all the way back to France, riding the whole way on vintage motorcycles with recording gear in tow.

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