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Investing in the sustainable future of South African youth

Investing in the sustainable future of South African youth

The After School sector offers a diversity of programmes, models, and focus areas that are all united by a common goal: to enable learners to thrive and succeed. Given the belief that our future is in the hands of our youth, it is reasonable to expect that the investments put into education actually result in quality learning outcomes for youth.

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Khanya Memela: Mihandzu Learning

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Khanya Memela: Mihandzu Learning

In June, we celebrate South African Youth. It’s been nearly 50 years since that momentous march by students for access to a dignified and equal education system. To date, South African youth remains active in our very own After School sector – half of the community-based organisations we fund and support are youth-led.

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Abiel Biza: Mamelodi Initiative

#AfterSchoolYouthLeaders – Abiel Biza: Mamelodi Initiative

In June, we celebrate South African Youth. It’s been nearly 50 years since that momentous march by students for access to a dignified and equal education system. To date, South African youth remains active in our very own After School sector – half of the community-based organisations we fund and support are youth-led.

#IAmAfterSchool – Khanyisa Dube: Mihandzu

#IAmAfterSchool – Khanyisa Dube: Mihandzu

Khanyisa Dube is the Mathematics Director at Mihandzu non-profit organisation. Alongside her full-time job Khanyisa volunteers every Saturday to tutor and works tirelessly behind the scenes to develop Mihandzu's Math curriculum. Khanyisa has worked as a market risk...

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