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"Becoming Me"
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"Learning2Lead"

We've launched with 2 separate Life Skills Programs.

Our community project is called, "Becoming Me".
We have 35 female students attending every Wednesday, at our Education Centre in Msholozi.

We have a second Life Skills Program, called "Learning2Lead", serving approximately 150 male and female students. We facilitate 3, back to back classes on Mondays at a local school in Msholozi.

WHAT A PRIVILEGE!

"Becoming Me"

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"Learning2Lead"

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SAWUBONA PROJECT HISTORY

  • September SP launched two programs, 35 female students enrolled in our "Becoming Me", Life Skills Program, and 3 separate grade 7 classes (male and female) in our Learning2Lead, Life Skills Program.

  • During Covid, SP launched a Covid Response Project to meet the needs of their vulnerable students and their families in an unprecedented time

  • Covid-19, lockdowns, and restrictions required SP to temporarily suspend the Program

  • The second Life Skills program included 30 students both male and female, the average age was 17

  • A Games Day was implemented into the Program as well. Students engage in practical learning through board games.

  • SP launched its second Life Skills Program in February 2020 which was to run until the end of October 2020 

  • The first local male facilitator joined the team

  • January 2020, SP held a special training for young adults, "How to become a leader people Trust"

  • Sawubona Project completed its first Life Skills Program in November 2019

  • The first Program launched with 15 girls who all received certificates at the completion of the Program

  • The Edu Centre location enabled students to attend the Life Skills Program on site, in their own community

  • The Program secured an Education Centre in Msholozi, SA, an informal community.

  • Modules include topics such as: Self-Esteem, HIV/Aids, Gender Equity, Teen Pregnancy, Gender Violence, and more.

  • 2019, three local South African young adults  were trained to facilitate Life Skills modules.

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Asking a Question

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Games Day

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Project Presentation

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