The Reinhardt Drewel Foundation SA aim to prevent all future childhood drowning fatalities and non-fatal drowning disabilities in South Africa and later Africa, as well as Supporting Children disabled by non-fatal Drowning or Cerebral Hypoxic injury – a serious, life-threatening injury which can cause Cognitive problems and disabilities, by means of launching national drowning prevention awareness and educational programs to Community-based, supervised child care institutions and schools.

We will achieve these aims through long-term sponsor / donator affiliation, local and global alliance & partnership with local and international Water Regulatory Bodies and established Water Safety Organisations, Emergency Medical Service Providers (EMS) and other Drowning Prevention & associated Disability Support Groups and Non-Profit Foundations.

We will furthermore:

  • Partake in National drowning prevention and water safety campaigns ad awareness programs with established water safety regulatory bodies and emergency service providers eg, ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd t/a ER24 in South Africa and later Africa
  • Investigate & Promote changes to Standards, Legislation, Regulations and their enforcement to improve the safety of domestic swimming pools and to improve safety around all other aquatic sources in South Africa and later Africa.
  • Identify local & International suppliers and contribute aid to disadvantaged children disabled by non-fatal (near) drowning to help improve their value of life.