‘Jerusalema’ Vocalist Nomcebo Embacks On Humanitarian Journey
South African singer and songwriter Nomcebo Zikode has taken to her Instagram account to announce she is embarking on a new journey in humanitarian work.
The ‘Jerusalema’ crooner has bagged an ambassadorial deal and is now the new Goodwill ambassador for AIDONIC.
In a joint statement with the NGO, the singer announced she would soon embark on aid projects in the weeks ahead in her hometown.
“Nomcebo Zikode plans to establish two aid projects in the coming weeks using AIDONIC’s innovation platform and ecosystem that will be delivered in and around her home town Hammaersdale, KwaZulu Natal.
“Our efforts will be focused on aiding under-resourced children, elderly nursing homes, and supporting caregivers in less privileged communities.”
The statement further read: “We are very pleased to announce the appointment of Nomcebo Zikode, the singer and songwriter of the global hit that debuted #1 on the Billboard Music charts, ‘Jerusalema’ as the newest Goodwill Ambassador for AIDONIC.
According to the statement, AIDONIC is a social Tech Company based in Switzerland. It has developed an award-winning digital solution and ecosystem for the humanitarian and development sectors, by using blockchain and tokenization.
The company ensures end-to=end transparency and accountability for social fundraising and international aid distribution. AIDONIC has been recognised for innovation in technology and how this is needed for the future of fundraising, efficiency, effectiveness, and impact to those that need humanitarian relief, aid, and assistance.
AIDONIC won the Reimagining fundraising award 2020 for ‘Cutting-Edge Creativity,’ in maximising transparency and efficiency in digital fundraising and international aid distribution. The award was supported by the 12 world’s largest INGOs. AIDONIC also won the second-largest place at Swiss Fintech Start-Up Awards 2020, was listed in the top 20 FinTech startups in Switzerland and finally, was shortlisted for ‘Hottest Social Innovation’ for the Europas Awards 2020,” the statement read.