#StopXenophobia is a campaign created to alleviate xenophobic turmoil in African countries such as South Africa.
The campaign will seek to unlock African mentalities from mental oppression through awareness.
Not only is #StopXenophobia an educational tool, but it is also a charitable movement that will assist refugees or foreign nationals who have lost their homes or business as a result of the recent spate of attacks that have hard hit South Africa.
Numerous working and entrepreneurial foreign nationals have lost means of being economically productive, thus inhibiting them from being able to provide a suitable means of living.
The movements immediate objective is to aggressively trend the message of treating another African as your own brother or sister.
#StopXenophobia will focus it's awareness programmes on Metropolitan cities in Gauteng were violence was initially instigated by organising and coordinating peaceful marches.
Furthermore, the movement will mostly assist female and youth foreign nationals with food parcels, blankets, clothing and restorative items that may add value for the sake of compensating for the grave discomfort.
South Africa is not a country only for South Africans but also for Africans who want to contribute to the progressive growth of the country and continent.
Any kind monetary gestures are allowed and will be appreciated to help the cause of the movement.
Contact 27833699717 for more details on how to make your contributions count.