My Children Have Rights, by Mawuwa: A story about xenophobia and discrimination, children's rights, and advocacy.
My Dear Children, by Mercy: A story about abandonment, suicide, healing and forgiveness. Disclaimer: this story deals with traumatic events around domestic violence, suicide and depression.
Make Me Proud, by Penial: A story about abandonment, determination, and freedom.
Place Called Home, by Josephine: A digital story about genocide, loss, and starting over.
A Woman With Much Potential But No Support, by Gloria: A digital story about isolation, xenophobia, and the strength of family.
Stay Strong and Courageous, by Emmanuel: A digital story about war, becoming a refugee, and resilience.
Just a Young Girl, by Mawuwa: A story about intimate partner violence, abuse and being a survivour. Disclaimer: this story deals with traumatic events around domestic violence, physical, sexual and emotional abuse.
Irin Ajo (A Journey From Which I Am Yet To Return), by Bolo: A digital story about fate, opportunity, and creating a brighter future.
AMP Peer Support Group Programme, by Youth With A Mission
2014 Inyathelo Award for Social Justice Philanthropy: Founding Directors of the Adonis Musati Project for refugees, Gayle McWalter and Gahlia Brogneri were recipients of the Inyathelo Award for Social Justice Philanthropy in 2014.
AMP Peer Support Groups
Testimonials: Adonis Musati Project Peer Counselling Group participants share testimonials, December 2016
Compassion Not Contempt, by Elspeth Alexander: Short documentary highlighting the work of Adonis Musati Project
Giving Dignity Back, by Butterfly Films
A Better Life, by Butterfly Films: Adonis Musati was 23 years old when he fled troubled Zimbabwe and traveled to Cape Town. In November 2007 he died from starvation after waiting for weeks outside of Home Affairs. Produced by Butterfly Films, with support from the Delta Trust.
The Adonis Musati Project (AMP) was formed in 2007, to assist the vulnerable asylum seeker and refugee populations in Cape Town, including health and welfare, training, education, advocacy and psychosocial care. We believe in taking a holistic approach to offering assistance, addressing both the physical and psychological needs of our clients.