Community Action for People with Disabilities in Africa (CAPDA) is a secular Australian aid and development organisation established in 2010.
Founded by professionals with experience in health services, administration and education, CAPDA aims to bring about sustainable improvements in the quality of life for people with disabilities in Africa.
Our current focus is on children with disabilities in the town of Moshi in northern Tanzania where we work closely with local community based organisations.
This year’s Beach Energy sponsorship enabled staff at our partner organisation CCBRT to undergo further training in wheelchair repairs and maintenance. This WHO-accredited Intermediate Service Provision training will allow staff to cope better with the heavy wear and tear on the wheelchairs caused by the tough local environment.
Beach Energy’s generous contribution also enabled 125 children with disabilities in the Kilimanjaro regions to receive much-needed health and therapy services, … [Read More...]
Well, Born to Run, was a storming success. Thank you to everyone who came along and to the brilliant musicians who entertained us! Ryan Oliver kicked off the night with a touching solo rendition of Springsteen's Nebraska, and Max Savage and the False Idols brought down the house with a rousing performance of Born to Run.
And of course the night would have been impossible without the generosity of Nexus Arts (the venue), Coriole (the wines), Udder Delights (the cheeses), and all … [Read More...]
A night of music to raise funds for children and young people with disabilities in Tanzania, Africa.
Enjoy wine from Coriole and listen to two great artists recreate two classic albums for a wonderful cause. Off the back of his sold out performance of Van Morrison’s ground-breaking album, Astral Weeks, local artist Max Savage will treat audiences to a once-off performance of Bruce Springsteen’s 1975 classic, Born to Run with an all-star line-up of local musicians. Savage will be supported … [Read More...]