Presenting the General Managers Report 2015
The year 2014 – 2015 has been seen as a mammoth task for the staff of Southern Africa Youth Project.
We have been debating with the board and the management on the separation from Diepsloot Youth Arts and Culture Project to be independent.
Our Founder Neftaly Malatjie went out to investigate a manner in which we can be distinct and have our own identity.
We are proud to announce that on 30 March 2015 we were officially handed over new Registration as a Non Profit Company.
This resembled that we could continue to implement the founders vision to also sell Programmes to the general public and stakeholders.
The CEO has tasked us to set up a strategic plan 2016 to 2020 which shall begin on 1 April 2016.
He has tasked us to look at numbers we want to reach, setting the objectives, having conversations, research and studies with the beneficiaries, the board, the staff and the Youth in our Programmes.
We have managed to serve over 5 000 young people in the communities where we operate.
We have provided them with Programmes such Life Skills Programmes, Human Rights Awareness, Computer Training and other activities.
We would like to thank our staff, donors, partners and funders who have managed to partner with us.
I thank you
Samantha Phiri | General Manager