Sustainability

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Enviromental Sustainability

Southern Africa Youth Project Strategy will implement stringent policies that strengthen saving the environment. 

Monitoring use of colour printing or unnecessary printing of documents, use of energy-saving electronics including bulbs, and carpooling or use of public transport where possible. While these measures to save our environment are not exhaustive, Southern Africa Youth Project will ensure that we update our policies regularly and communicate it to all staff and our clients.

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Institutional Sustainability​

Early learning and best practice from similar projects that Southern Africa Youth Project. 

We have implemented seem to show there is a high likelihood that our current project model can be replicated and implemented across Southern Africa.We will invite interested investors in collaboration with local entrepreneurs replicate our model across townships and rural areas in major cities across Southern Africa.

Financial Sustainability​

Southern Africa Youth Project aims to be a sustainable institution that provides services to adolescent girls and young women in cities, townships and rural areas.

Southern Africa Youth Project generates its income through investments into different portfolios which in return enables the organisation to be able to cover its expenses. Should donors decide to cut funding, the Southern Africa Youth Project will be able to finance itself. We aim to secure long-term contracts with donors and partners.

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Intellectual Sustainability​

Southern Africa Youth Project has the copyright of all the intellectual property, and it is the direct developer of the content. 

It is easier for the organisation to the amendment of the material. The organisation has collaborated with Sector and Education Authorities who provides annual grants to Southern Africa Youth Project to provide bursaries, continuous development programme, work-based learning, workshops, internships, apprenticeships to the organisation’s staff

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