Media & Promotions
Videos can also be viewed on the Oasis Africa Australia You Tube Channel Playlist
Promo Video: The Reason, the Reality and the Real People who support the projects run by Oasis Africa
With thanks to Rob and his team from We are Content, we are excited to share our latest video showing you the current projects run by Oasis Africa and some fun footage of the 2017 Sydney fundraising event. This piece includes real supporters of Oasis Africa and their reasons behind their belief in what we do. Check it out:
Promo Video: Freedom from Poverty through Education
Kibera Slum based Secondary School Scholarship students speak about the positive impact that Oasis Africa has imparted on them and their extended families. An absolute inspiration!
Nancy's Story: A day in the life of an Oasis Africa Australia Secondary School Scholarship student
Photographer, Chris Peken spent a day with Oasis Africa Australia Secondary School Scholarship student, Nancy in early 2015. The photographs he took throughout that day are depicted and highlight the opportunity to support these incredible children through the gift of education via the Oasis Africa Australia scholarship program. www.oasisafrica.org.au/scholarships
Industry Moves Article: Where are they now? Stephen O'Brien on education and opportunity in Africa.
2 October 2014: Brought up in rural India, Stephen O’Brien had insight into how people live in places where few of us venture. Stephen’s 25 years in financial services - including almost 5 years as CEO of Deutsche AM - have given him the opportunity to realise some long-cherished plans to make a difference. He talks to Industry Moves about his former life in financial services, and a valuable educational organisation that is dear to his heart...
...In 2005 when a great friend came back from a humanitarian mission in Africa and explained he needed some urgent help with the 50 children he'd just 'rescued' in Kibera, Nairobi, I knew it was time to act on my childhood commitment. I joined Kim and several other close friends as a Director in the new charity, Oasis Africa. Read full article
May 2014: The annual Oasis Africa fundraising event on 1 May 2014 was sensational. Thank you to all who made this night such a success.
Held at the Civic Hotel in Sydney's CBD, a night of drinks, fine food, Brazillian drummers and dancers, live performances by Deni Hines and Charmaine, great company, African Art by world renowned artist Gabrielle Pool and Kenyan photography by Steve O'Brien was enjoyed by all.
Raising much needed funds for the children supported by Oasis Africa.
March 2014: Oasis Africa Australia Co-founder Kim Winter accompanied by Njeri Kamau and board member Stephen O'Brien visited Nairobi in March 2014, visited Kibera and the projects of Oasis Africa Australia.
Congratulations to the 2013 team Oasis Africa members Caroline Ndong (6th consecutive Nissan Triathlon), the legendary Kim Winter and Lucy Walker (1st Triathlon... on only 3 hours sleep) for the top effort at this year's Nissan Corporate Triathlon Series 2013 in Sydney! Funds raised from their effort go towards the kids of Kibera.
View the Oasis Africa Australia 2920 Nissan Corporate Triathlon Series 2013 Sydney video footage of Kim, Caroline and Lucy in action.
Download the Supply Chain Review article, 'Logistics heavyweights raise $70,000 for charity' by Anna Game-Lopata, December 4 2012
Download the Money Management, Outsider article, 'Out of Deutsche - and into Africa' about board member Stephen O'Brien, November 22 2012
Download the Maersk Australia article written by Stuart Nichols, Economy and Finance, Maersk Australia, who volunteered at the Art For Africa fundraising event, November 2012
Download the video of Ambassador Gyton Grantley on Kerri-Anne, 18 April 2011. Gyton is using his star power to shine the attention on the plight of orphans and vulnerable children in Africa's poorest slum in Kenya. He joined Kerri-Anne live in the studio.
Download the OK! Magazine 'Out of Africa' article featuring Gyton Grantley (Underbelly), Clayton Watson (Three Blind Mice), Renai Caruso (Satisfaction) and Nathaniel Dean (Rush)
Download the Supply Chain Review article guest column by Kim Winter, June 2011
Download the video of the Great Primate Handshake visit to the school in May 2011
Download the Manly Daily article on the Warringah Rats mission for the kids of Kibera, February 2011
View footage from the very first Oasis Africa Australia Fundraising Event