Leveraging Resources

Our role in leveraging Resources

SayPro Southern Africa Youth Project has an interest in organisational engagement at an international, national, provincial, district and local level.

This means that SayPro Southern Africa Youth Project together with its Health, Welfare, Social Development, Education, Skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture, Heritage, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS organisation.

We will need to ensure that the resources are used efficiently and also are shared amongst if not all partners those who are aligned to the projects priorities.

Southern Africa Youth Project will work with partners in Africa, Europe, America, Asia and Australia to ensure that we mobilise resources for African Child and youth development

Neftaly Malatjie
Neftaly Malatjie | CEO
Email: neftaly@southernafricayouth.org
Call: + 27 11 071 1903

Leveraging Funding Resources

We may not run away from the fact that SayPro Southern Africa Youth Project is operating in a challenging economic time globally and locally. 

Southern Africa Youth Project understands that it needs to act responsibly to increase the usage of its online and funding resources.

Southern Africa Youth Project shall receive support from the following institutions

  • International Development Agencies
  • Foundations and Grant Makers
  • National, provincial, district and local governments
  • Development Agencies and Agencies of the states.
  • Companies, businesses and philanthropists.

Funds to be used for Development activities

Southern Africa Youth Project acknowledges that it will use the funds raised from different stakeholders and partners to make an impact in the lives of the youth in cities, townships and rural areas.

Working with partners and stakeholders Southern Africa Youth Project will be able to reach 100 Million youth by 2050.

Working with organisations and partners in Health, Welfare, Social Development, Education, Skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture, Heritage, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS..

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