Opportunity 10: Implementation Experience


Learning through Doing: Measuring leadership development

enke: Make Your Mark’s Youth Leadership Initiative enke: Make your Mark is a youth leadership and social innovation initiative that aims to reduce inequality by connecting young South Africans across social divides, equipping them to lead, and inspiring them to take action. Our theory of change is that if we can connect, equip and inspire […]

Posted on 5 Oct 2012

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Rural Education Access programme: Creating Higher Education Opportunities for Determined Rural Students

The Rural Education Access Programme (REAP) targets young people from very disadvantaged rural communities who have struggled against the odds to achieve a National Senior Certificate. REAP offers an opportunity for tertiary education to a selection of these students who qualify for university entrance due to their hard work and persistence despite difficult circumstances.  In […]

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Posted on 1 Jun 2012

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IkamvaYouth: Equipping learners to access tertiary education and employment opportunities

IkamvaYouth has set itself a tough but important mission: to enable disadvantaged South African youth to pull themselves out of poverty and into tertiary education and/or employment.  This youth-led organization’s strategy is focused on ensuring that learners matriculate and access the post-school opportunities that will be their passport out of poverty.  Read more about their […]

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Posted on 10 Feb 2012

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Connecting to higher education opportunities

Even though South African young people with some level of tertiary study are two or three times more likely to be employed than those with matric and less, most of them do not pursue post-secondary study and many don’t even complete matric. Studietrust shares the experience of one of their bursars, Xolelwa Boyana, who explains […]

Posted on 11 Oct 2011

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Sumbandila Outliers Programme

A culture of under-ambition and under-achievement is a well-documented problem in South African schools. Sumbandila assist exceptional children from rural and disadvantaged communities in Limpopo to develop their potential enabling them to access tertiary education. They share their strategy, results and advice for other NGO’s here. We would greatly appreciate your feedback, please comment below.

Posted on 11 Oct 2011

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