Cultural and Social Inclusion in empowerment
Southern Africa Youth Project applies Cultural and Social Inclusion in all its empowerment and development.
Southern Africa Youth Project includes people with disabilities in all its operations and services.
We include the following:
- Integration of People with Disability in the Empowerment Programme
- Allowing acceptance of traditions and cultural ways of doing things.
- Engaging and learning in different cultures and diversification.
- Documenting different cultural practices and ways of doing things.
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Southern Africa Youth Project is a nonprofit organization that provides various training services to the community. They provide training in drugs and substance abuse. This training is provided because, during adolescence, a young person goes through biological and psychological changes. In addition to the physical changes that mark growing up, the teen’s brain is also
Promoting ownership of School Arts Programmes As a development organisation we are working on the request from over 100 000 schools in Southern Africa. Who have requested us to lead in implementing these Schools Arts Programmes. Southern Africa Youth Project seeks to partner with corporate business, non-profit organisations, entrepreneurs, international and national governments, agencies and
Partnership with Secondary Schools Arts Programmes It is with notable excitement that when you want to keep learners in schools. You need to also promote the spirit of playing, creativity and cooperation. Schools in Africa are filled with a burden to complete annual curricular and for their schools to out compete. Whilst achieving this schools
The challenge with School Arts Programmes Due to no leadership effort or an institution that is taking a lead in creating competition, excitement and performance. We have seen a huge drop in School Arts Programmes. Southern Africa Youth Project is seeking to collaborate with business sector, local, provincial, district, national governments and international institutions to
SayPro Southern Africa Youth Project is interested in the World Heritage Agenda. Our role is to promote Heritage in Africa amongst children and youth. Africa has more than 1 000 languages and sublanguages. With this in mind there is a lot to celebrate as all these languages have their own heritage and ways of doing
Africa is very strong when it comes to beliefs and ways of doing things. This also has an effect on how people handle themselves at work, at home and wherever they go. We share African Religions to know. Africa is very strong when it ccomes to religion. Others have evidence how religion plays a major
Sepedi, translated as ‘see-pad-e’ is also known as Northern Sotho, is an indigenous and one of the eleven (11) national writing and speaking official language of South Africa. Sepedi translated is known as it is two’. Pedi means two. When you called one Pedi speaking person, you call them ‘mopedi’, which means 1Pedi, and when they are too many, you say ‘baPedi’, which
Nation building and social cohesion
Arts and Culture defines who we are, what is our identity if we do not understand our values and norms? There is a lot of beauty that comes within embracing culture. Culture simply highlights who we are, where we are from, our clans and beliefs. Which also makes it so easy to be identified and
Arts and Culture defines who we are, what is our identity if we do not understand our values and norms? There is a lot of beauty that comes within embracing culture. Culture simply highlights who we are, where we are from, clans and beliefs. Which also makes it so easy to be identified and understood
The Fight To Freedom: 1976 Soweto Uprisings This exhibition is an attempt to help remember South Africa’s shift from apartheid to democracy through the 1976 youth demonstrations across the country. In apartheid South Africa, separate educational system existed for black students and white students. Inevitably the students of 1976 took it upon themselves to fight->
Our Community Arts Projects keeps young people engaged and hopeful about their future Southern Africa Youth Project manages and runs Community Arts Projects in over 1 000 Community Centers. Our work includes: Pottery, Craftworks and Designs. Graphic Design and Web Development. Dance, Theatre and Poetry. Community Dance Festivals and Campaigns. Events Management and Coordination. To
Using Youth Dialogue and Exchange to empower, learn and find solutions Southern Africa Youth Project is a leading and innovative youth development organisation. Our interest is to ensure that young peoples voices are heard, listened to and they are engaged in the implementation of the ideas. Our work in Youth Dialogue and Exchange includes: Facilitation
A child who grew up at an Afternoon Care Program performs better in life than a child who did not. Southern Africa Youth Project with its 1 Million clients across 500 non-profit organizations provides afternoon care programs offering over 50 programmes daily. We cannot do this without the support, contribution and funding from our generous
The importance of School Arts Programmes Southern Africa Youth Project aims to contributing to the United Nations on Scientific Organisation (UNESCO’s goals to. Promoting the Digital Literacy, Digital Skills through reinforcement. To identify, audit the gaps in Digital Skills in the Creatives, Arts, Sectors. To develop training programmes which are going to be based online
We hosted 4 continents on youth employment and cultural exchanges In partnership with the European Union Erasmus+ Southern Africa Youth Project hosted Lithuania, Peru and Vietnam in Johannesburg, South Africa. One of the key strength of Southern Africa Youth Project is to work in collaboration with like minded people and organisations which we share similar
Who: Describe the target group of people equipped with skills (“beneficiaries”) The program has benefitted young women, high school students and people with disabilities. They are aged 18 – 35 both genders Segment: Use the Outcome Framework Employment outcome Framework Job seekers We have trained 310 and placed 172 55% have been absorbed
Giving young people a voice to explore their hidden talents About Southern Africa Youth Project Southern Africa Youth Project provides marketing managers, owners, founders, fundraisers an opportunity to subscribe monthly from as little as $16 per month or R300 You can get opportunities such as tenders, funding opportunities, jobs, learnerships, internships, fellowships, and scholarships. Other
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