Vuyisile Mayisa is a young lady who is passionate about eradicating poverty in Africa and the world at large. She was touched by the way homeless people live their lives particularly that they sleep without eating anything most of the time. That is why she decided to open her organization called Saved Dreams Global. Saved Dreams Global in association with Halt prize and the University of Johannesburg will help poor people and drug addicts in the streets to get back on their feet by taking them to mental health facilities and helping them get back into normal society by developing and training them on how to work with their hands. The organisation will also help them rediscover their dreams that they lost through homelessness and drug abuse. One of her projects is developing a snack bar with all nutrients, that will be a substitute for food and that will sustain a person for more than 24 hours without getting hungry. She believes that the snack bar will also reduce drug use especially glue because when one smokes glue they will not feel hungry for more than 24 hours.
Saved Dreams Global was formerly launched on Friday 29th November 2019 at the University of Johannesburg. The None governmental Organization (NGO) has 2 brunches so far. One is in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe at Charter House offices and the second one is at University of Johannesburg Student representative offices. She is looking at opening another branch in Ethiopia soon. She believes that charity begins at home so her main focus is Africa first then the world.
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