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Get Real Female Entrepreneurial Development Programme

Get Real Female Entrepreneurial Development Programme

The main objective of the Get Real Programme is to empower underprivileged and orphaned young girls (age 16 to 22), to become great entrepreneurs, be trained in social economic skills, and to develop into well-balanced, real women who know how to embrace their identity, their environment and their future dreams. The programme has three focus areas: Get real with yourself; Get Real with life and Get Real with your dreams/your business. Interact ... Continue Reading »

Tjhabelang Primary School: Shaping lives to build our country’s future

Tjhabelang Primary School: Shaping lives to build our country’s future

Tjhabelang Primary School was founded in 2007 as an independent private school. The children in this area now have an opportunity to good quality schooling. The founders of the school believe that a child’s experiences in the first nine years of his or her life are fundamental to shaping his or her attitude and approach to education in general. Tjhabelang believes that poverty should not be an insurmountable barrier to lifelong progress and ac ... Continue Reading »

Silence is golden, or is it?

Silence is golden, or is it?

With Spoudazo working in the township areas for the last three years, we have not only observed the desperate needs of the human beings in these informal settlements. Our dog friends cannot do anything to help themselves - and this does not go unnoticed. Most of the owners of these dogs struggle to take proper care of themselves, let alone the needs of their dog/s. Spoudazo cannot turn a blind eye and would like to use our platform to suppo ... Continue Reading »

Elanja Children’s Initiative

Elanja Children’s Initiative

Elanja Children’s Initiative was founded in 1999 and is working to meet the daily needs of about 600 underprivileged coloured children in Heidedal, Bloemfontein, South Africa. Elanja is funded by sponsorships and donations and is supported by several volunteers in Bloemfontein.The project is focused on primary school children who are enrolled at the four primary schools in Heidedal, as they believe that younger children are generally less able to ... Continue Reading »

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