Our Partners

As we scale our work, the need for collaboration with like-minded organisations and individuals constantly grows. Join us as we improve African communities as a partner or volunteer.

Econet Wireless is Higherlife Foundation’s Anchor partner, supporting the Foundation with key funding as well as technical and professional support.

Liquid Telecom supports Higherlife Foundation with Internet Connectivity and bandwidth for the foundation’s learning hubs, connected schools and offices in Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Burundi.

Higherlife Foundation partners with Yale in the Yale Young African Scholars (YYAS) programme which has been running since 2015 and has given over 900 African students access to top US Universities.

Higherlife Foundation and World Vision International – Zimbabwe have partnered to provide access to quality education and mentorship for 200 vulnerable children in in the Matabeleland North province of Zimbabwe.

Higherlife Foundation through Co-Founder and Co-Chair Tsitsi Masiyiwa is an official member of the African Philanthropy Forum as well as the Global Philanthropic Forum.

Higherlife Foundation has partnered with END Fund in multiple Mass Drug Distribution initiatives across Africa.

PATH shares strategic insights, views and opinions with Higherlife Foundation through the foundation’s Co-Chair, Tsitsi Masiyiwa who sits on the board of PATH.