Organisational Development Programme Strategy


The role of Organisational Development Program

Our strategy will not make an meaning unless Southern Africa Youth Project has all the means to deliver on what it said and mentioned in the organisations Strategy.

As a leader in Child and Youth Development Southern Africa Youth Project has a vast means that has been planned to ensure that we are aligned to any changes that may occur and also to address all the transformation issues we may come up with.

Southern Africa Youth Project’s Organisation Development Program is supported by a number of partnerships such as corporate companies, research institutions, consultants and the government departments.

These enables Southern Africa Youth Project to successfully implement on its strategies set. Also our partners also plays a critical part in ensuring that they assist the organisation to achieve on its development paths.

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Neftaly Malatjie | CEO
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The challenge of Organisational Development Programme

Southern Africa Youth has built a strong, well built capability as a professional administration organisation on behalf of 1 000 non-profit organisations across Africa.

Southern Africa Youth sees itself as a learning organisation therefore in order to achieve its mission it needs to be flexible in its approach. Across the 1 000 non-profit organisations we are working with we have different talents and expertise which needs to be unpacked and implemented.

Our Organisational Development Programme enable us to implement, support and promote our work in health, welfare, social development, education, skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture.

Southern Africa Youth Project works with a number of stakeholders to promote, grow and accelerate the work that we do in child and youth development.

Working with partners on Organisational Development Programme

Southern Africa Youth Project works with the government, international community, non-profit organisations, schools, further education, sector education authority to ensure that we promote capability and development across our member organisations in Africa.

We have done this through the means of creating funding proposals, submissions of concepts and collaboration in consortia’s and groups that shares the same niche as us.

Southern Africa Youth Project has managed to actively identify opportunities to make real, sustainable impact in the communities which we serve.

Organisational Development Programme for our community partners.

Southern Africa Youth Project identified a need to provide capacity building, support and training for our community health, welfare, social development, education, skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture organisations based in cities, rural areas and townships.

This shall serve as the organisation’s mission to ensure that we continuously provide organisational development programmes for our youth.

This organisational Development Programme is aligned to Southern Africa Youth Project’s Human Resource Policy and the organisations staff Development Policy.

Alignment of Organisational Development Programme to the strategy

Southern Africa Youth Project sees that it is utmost important to align ourselves to the transitions that may impact on our work. These includes:

  •  Perspective: Southern Africa Youth Project understands that it is not the only institution that provides organisational development programmes. We are part of huge market.
  • Reliance on niche donors: Southern Africa youth Project has a broader need to leverage support and resources to its set of partners in health, welfare, social development, education, skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture.
  • Online Automation: Southern Africa Youth Project will implement 100% of its administration online and shall share this with its implementing partners.
  • Planned Advancement: Southern Africa Youth Project will plan on its expertise, staff development and the succession plan.
  • Planned Organisational development: Southern Africa Youth Project will strive to work with time to ensure that its operations are aligned and are constantly changing focusing on consistency.

The Organisation Development Programme supports SayPro's growth.

Southern Africa Youth Project will focus its role on Project Management, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.

We will promote the health, welfare, social development, education, skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture sector amongst the youth working with Non-Governmental Organisations.

WE will provide support to develop and provide services and products targeted at different partners.

We will create an internal environment which is charrectoriesed by non-conflict and good governance practices in engaging, controlled and focused environment.

Creating a Closer relationship to our Stakeholders

Southern Africa Youth Project shall at all times maintain its relationship with government, the media, non-profit organisations, faith based and the business sector.

We strive to ensure that Southern Africa Youth Project will support non-profit organisation and non-governmental organisations to adopt to the changing environment.

We will also strenthen the collaboration in Africa including South Africa, Lesotho, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia and all the African contienuents.

We will also rethink the value Southern Africa Youth Project will add in the organisations working in Health, Welfare, Social Development, Education, Skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture, Heritage, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS.

Southern Africa Youth Project will engage communities to ensure that they play a major role in transformation

International and National Relationships on Organisational Development

Southern Africa Youth Project will partner with international and regional stakeholders to foster a co-operative agreements that will benefit organisations.

With these partnerships Southern Africa Youth Project will be able to enable non-profit organisations and non-governmental organisations working in Health, Welfare, Social Development, Education, Skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture, Heritage, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS.

To be sustainable and to learn new tools, systems and the new ways of doing things.

Our CEO's words on organisational Development

As the leader of Southern Africa Youth Project we fill that it is in our shoulders to empower non-profit organisations to enable them to be sustainable and grow. 

We have adopted organisations in Health, Welfare, Social Development, Education, Skills Development, Information Technology, environment, arts and Culture, Heritage, Gender Based Violence and HIV/AIDS to be our partners in executing this strategy.

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