We'd like to thank all our incredible supporting organisations for their ongoing assistance.
"Many hands make light work"
Official Cova Artist
Tishya Desai (Australia)
“My work is centred around various issues surrounding women’s sexual rights, exploring themes like freedom of sexuality, promiscuity, sexual assault, victim blaming, gender-based violence, pornography, discrimination, and misogyny.”
Official Educational Booklet Artist
Emmanuel Wokocha (Nigeria)
Emmanuel AKA Eminark is a freelance Digital Artist/Graphic Designer from Nigeria. He has worked with over 80 clients from all over the world and kindly decided to support The Cova Project, doing three unique designs, featuring Namibian girls, to provide accurate representation in The Cova Project’s educational booklets.
Inspired by art, culture and nature, he seeks to master his craft, while providing 100% customer satisfaction to his clients by consistently developing and broadening the scope of his knowledge and creativity.
Check out Eminark’s work here
Educate West Point - Local partner Liberia
“Child by child, we are connecting sponsors around the world to vulnerable children in Liberia's largest slum known as "West Point" so they can go back to school. We believe education is the key to improving the lives for the children of West Point, but it is not everything and we feel we have the capacity to do more, from income generating projects to improving health outcomes.”
If you’re looking to donate to an extremely worthwhile cause where your money will go a long way, donate to Educate West Point. EWP is one of 2 schools in West Point which is home to 75,000 people.
Check out Educate West Point here
Cova In-House Music Producer
James Mountain (Australia)
James is an award-winning composer and performer based in Sydney. Recognised for winning the 2016 Matt Withers Composition Competition, he is frequently commissioned to write both concert and film music. His music has been performed by nationally and internationally recognised artists such as Dan McKay, Matt Withers and the Geelong Symphony Orchestra. Find more at james-mountain.com