SayPro aims to empower young people in the community by providing them with programs. Young people have platform where the engage with other beneficiaries regarding the challenge that they are facing in their life on a daily basis also prepare them in a working place.
We are using Soweto Care System by capturing and tracing statistics of SayPro clients and communities use Soweto Care System information on beneficiaries, employees, beneficiary interventions, needs, and programs are captured, updated, and retrieved in detail. We are also able to create profiles for beneficiaries and employees, attendance registers, work schedules as well as comprehensive reports for management
The organization has found out that youth at the age of 18 to 35 have completed secondary school but because of there are background they do not have money to further their studies, therefore we introduce different activities in the center help to extend their career expect. We manage to empowered total number of 481 males 156 and females 325 beneficiaries during the financial year 2017/18.
Facilities are the most challenging issue in SayPro organization, because if we have to accommodate a large number of people in a small place that course shortage number of beneficiaries. Moving forward management need to come up with the plan that can help with this situation to avoid working on a loss.
Linah Ralepelle: Service Consultant
|Advice and Referral||Q1||Q2||Q3||Q4||Total|
|SayPro implements advisory, referral and paralegal services to unemployed Youth in townships, rural areas and farms of Southern Africa. Our Advice and Referral program focuses on providing the youth and community members with information on services offered at SayPro and other Community Based Organisations. Extensive of development services which SAYRO provides to the community Availability of opportunities, which are exposed to them. Relevant information of other public and private organizations .Online platforms where they can apply for jobs.
Ø Assisting clients with typing documents, scanning, laminating, emailing and faxing, copying and printing.
Ø Ensure that files for programs are in order and well packed.
Ø Build positive and productive relationships with clients.
Ø Responsible for printing out daily programs registers and advice and referral files.
Ø Registering and assisting candidates with job application.
Ø Managing staff clock sheet.
Ø Online school application.
|Highlights and Success stories
Challenges and recommendations
We would like to extend SayPro gratitude to Office of the CEO and Its executive team for their continued support for them to ensure that we continue to change the lives of young people, With that said I would like to thank team for making this impact to SayPro youth by helping them to change the way the think about themselves.
|Psychosocial Support: Awareness, Outreach and Social Assistance||Q1||Q2||Q3||Q4||Total|
|SayPro in partnership with the South African Police Services We have data in which we have found that out of the 10 cases which are reported every hour, 7 of them are related to different forms of violence against vulnerable people. Particularly women, children, and this number has been increased within the last 6 months and it is informed by SayPro Youth during GBV and Human Rights awareness sessions. Perpetrators who mostly related to them and sometimes breadwinners victimize the people whom are violated.
During this reporting period, SayPro provided advisory services to unemployed youth, where they were given information about the services that SayPro and other services available at other local community based organisations.
We provided awareness to the community focusing on SayPro services, issues face by unemployed youth, as well as information about where people can access help and other social services.
We also hosted focus groups sessions with beneficiaries during Fridays where engaged in meaningful topics about Human Rights, Gender Based Violence, and Sexual health and socio-economic issues affecting young women and girls.
|Highlights and Success stories
– Provided awareness sessions for unemployed through.
– Provided Human Rights, GBV and Sexual Health.
– Provided paralegal assistance to two young women.
– A young person was able to start her own business and earn an income.
– Provided information to community members about services offered at SayPro.
|01. Beneficiaries serviced||669||295||964|
|05. Beneficiaries who get Child Support Grant||67||1||68|
|06. Beneficiaries who have an income||69||2||71|
|07. Beneficiaries who do no have an income||600||293||893|
|08. Beneficiaries who received referral services||325||156||481|
|09. Beneficiaries out of school who receives service||592||270||862|
|10. Beneficiaries in school who receives service||77||25||102|
|11. Beneficiaries who have results captured||77||25||102|
|12. Beneficiaries who have found opportunities||56||25||81|
|13. PARTICIPANTS IN PROGRAM TYPE|
|SayPro Job Placement||56||25||81|
|SayPro Skills Development||572||252||824|
|14. PARTICIPANTS IN SKILLS DEVELOPMENT|
|SA Advice and Referral||325||156||481|
|SA Cashier/Point of Sale||22||1||23|
|SA Computer Training||15||4||19|
|SA Customer Service||20||1||21|
|SA HIV/AIDS, Human Rights & GBV Awareness Campaigns||84||42||126|
|SA Life Skills||111||49||160|
|SA School Entrepreneurship (Sevissa)||77||22||99|
|18. BENEFICIARIES WHO HAVE CHILDREN|
|19. CLIENT MONTHLY INCOME RATE|
|Child Support Grant||67||1||68|
|Income between R400 – R1 500||66||66|
|Income between R1 600 – R4 500||2||2|
|20. CLIENT COUNTRIES|
|21. CLIENT PROVINCES|
|22. CLIENT DISTRICTS|
|City of Johannesburg||666||294||960|
|23. CLIENTS PER VILLAGE|
|24. CLIENT VILLAGE EXTENSIONS SEGREGATED|
|Diepsloot Ext 01||86||41||127|
|Diepsloot Ext 02||50||28||78|
|Diepsloot Ext 03||16||4||20|
|Diepsloot Ext 04||67||27||94|
|Diepsloot Ext 05||103||43||146|
|Diepsloot Ext 06||131||52||183|
|Diepsloot Ext 07||65||33||98|
|Diepsloot Ext 08||17||3||20|
|Diepsloot Ext 09||21||5||26|
|Diepsloot Ext 10||69||35||104|
|Diepsloot Ext 11||29||13||42|
|Diepsloot Ext 12||8||5||13|
|Diepsloot Ext 13||4||3||7|
|Diepsloot Ext 14||1||1||2|
|25. AGE GROUPS|
|0 – 11 Years||3||3|
|12 – 17 Years||91||31||122|
|18 – 25 Years||323||148||471|
|26 – 35 Years||240||108||348|
|36 Years and Older||12||8||20|
|Diepsloot Secondary 3||30||12||42|
|Itireleng Zenzele Comprehensive High School||18||8||26|
|Rabasotho Combined School||29||5||34|