AFS is an international, voluntary,non-governmental, non-profit organization that provides intercultural learning opportunities to help people develop the knowledge, skills and understanding needed to create a more just and peaceful world.
Creating change is what AFSers do, and we call it the AFS Effect. Change can come in many forms and, here, we are pleased to share just a few examples.
AFS Interculture South Africa supports the 16 Days of Activisim for no violence against Women and...
As part of the celebrations of the AFS Centennial, we have added a timeline to the website. Clic...
YES alumni, Tshepho Masekela, writes about the visit to South Africa of his American host family, and how intercultural exchange has joined two families across the world.
Grace Nomthandazo Ngubeni has been selected for the Centennial Support team. Here she tells her story and seeks sponsorship for her trip.
AFS is putting in place a complete system for strategic change in South Africa. This video explain the new approach and calls for volunteers to become involved.
Four infographics that explore the experience of AFSers around the world ("Items to take" "Memorable Firsts" "Global Community" and "AFS experience in one word").
Brian A. Greef (KL-YES Intern) writes about the Gateway and Re-Entry Orientations that have just taken place.
Nathan Swartz (KL-YES Youth Ambassador/ 13-14) shares some thoughts on his participation in a ceremony to honour the late Nelson Mandela at Freedom Park in Pretoria.
AFS USA has produced a wonderful short (2:51) video on how AFS transforms the lives of people. Those of you who know Raedene, will definitely want to see what she has to say.
AFS Interculture SA is proud and delighted to announce our first Intra-Africa programme aimed at building an African identity and integration amongst young people within Africa.
KL YES Student Nathan Swartz Calls "Mandela a Legacy Builder"
34 Germans hit the Drakensberge