Community Care Grants Awarded
Our vision is to develop a well-rounded community of diverse learners by creating a caring and nurturing environment. We offer a number of programmes which support the 360 degree model. Classroom Support, Quality Schools, Programmes and Curriculums. We aim to empower young people by offering them gainful education, good health care, nutrition, and by so-doing support their families.
We focus on working within the school system to remove barriers for low-income learners to attend improved quality schools.
Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia
The Shack Dwellers Federation of Namibia (SDFN), a network of community led housing saving schemes, aims to improve the living conditions of low-income people living in shacks, rented rooms and those without any accommodation, while promoting women’s participation.Visit Website
To facilitate development towards equal opportunities for children with language, speech and hearing impairments, ensure equal access to education, training and all other facilities.Visit Website
Women's Action for Development (WAD)
This project is the first of its kind implemented on the continent of Africa, gives birth to a new industry in Namibia and provides employment to numerous people in the south of the country. WAD is a Namibian-based non-profitmaking, non-partisan NGO and has been operational in Namibia since 1994. It is a Self-Help Organisation which follows a two-pronged program, namely the socio-economic and sociopolitical empowerment of rural women and men.Visit Website
Wake Up Day Care Center
The Wake-Up Early Education Centre performs an important service in Otjimuise township to low income families. The Wake up! Early Education Centre is a facility which caters for the care and education of young children.Visit Website