To be the acknowledged international leader in supporting humanitarian projects and crisis issues affecting individuals and/or communities including in respect of initiatives related to education, health & wellness; disability; environment / conservation and poverty alleviation.

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About Us

Community Development Initiatives International (CDII) is a non-profit Company and is registered in South Africa as a Public Benefit Organization. CDII has a network of international associates committed to identifying special projects which positively impact upon and capacitate communities.

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CDII launched its “We MiND Foundation” to create awareness and educate communities about crisis issues including in respect of education, health & wellness; disability; environment / conservation and poverty alleviation.

CDII launched its “We MiNDFoundation”to ALSO facilitate fund-raising initiatives approved by CDII to assist individuals and communities to build sustainable livelihoods.

Key Projects

The “We MiND Foundation “is pleased to be associated with various organizations and individuals who share a common vision.

Key Projects include:

  • support for individuals and communities with disabilities
  • encouraging inclusivity (non-discrimination) on human rights issues
  • developing the CDII ‘Save South Africa’s Wildlife Campaign’
  • developing the Myasthenia Gravis South Africa Group. The Myasthenia Gravis South Africa Group is a Member of the “We MiND Foundation” and is guided by Buddy Melville with support from Theresa Bibby and David Viljoen.
  • Support for the International Nelson Mandela Day and the International World AIDS Awareness Day objectves each year

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CDII’s “We MiNDFoundation”is guided by CDII’s Adv. Don Leffler, Mapula Tlhaqgale, Louw Allan and Rudi Geldenhuys supported by CDII Directors and appointed Ambassadors. Ambassadors for the We MiND Foundation include:

MG Ambassadors

Buddy Melville

David Viljoen

Theresa Bibby

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