A kick off meeting was held in Luton, United Kingdom on refugee Integration.
Our CEO Neftaly Malatjie had an official visit to United Kingdon at the town Luton after special welcome and host by Andre and Breda Mostert.
The delegation was to launch a project on Dignity integration on health and employability. A lot has been planned where
Southern Africa Youth Project pledged to:
- Record Dignity Diaries videos documenting the state of the refugees coming to South Africa.
- Recruit other local non profit organisation in Southern Africa who have interest in implementing the projects
- Pilot the project with 25 South African Youth
- Report and close the project
Southern Africa Youth Project has also learnt that the challenges are not only faced by African continents. However, all continents faces the same difficulties and challenges.