South African Education and Environmental Project
What services do they offer:
- South African Education and Environment Project is an award-winning non-profit dedicated to serving children and youth in South Africa’s disadvantaged township communities through educational support at every level of academic development. The organisation aims to help children and youth build their academic and life skills, obtain productive employment, and contribute as leaders to the economic and social development of their communities and their country.
SAEP’s Programmes and Objectives
- Through partnerships with under-resourced township crèche principals, to increase access to quality Early Childhood Education in black township communities.
- Through partnerships with township high schools, provide afterschool tutoring and mentorship programmes for children grades 9 through 12 to improve numeracy and English literacy among black township youth.
- Through enrichment programming in the arts and the environment among aforementioned partner high schools, to expand horizons, build confidence, and empower black township youth.
- Through a bridging year programme to develop the academic and soft skills of recent township matriculants, to enhance the likelihood of tertiary success among black township youth.
- Through a tertiary support programme, a bursary and mentorship programme for bridging year graduates, to improve tertiary graduation rates among black township youth
- SAEP’s Early Childhood Development Programme (SAEP-ECD)
- SAEP’s Early Childhood Development programme works to enable severely under-resourced township crèches (daycares) to become quality Early Childhood Development Centres able to adequately and sustainably provide for children with regard to their education, safety, health, and development. The programme operates through partnerships between SAEP and crèche principals.
What services do they offer:
- In order to meet a greater number of children’s needs, Cotlands offers play sessions for birth to six year olds who do not have access to early learning opportunities. Our programmes are based on best practice principles ensuring the holistic development of each of the children we serve.
- Each two hour early learning session is structured around a routine, creating learning and play opportunities that develop children’s language, mathematical, problem solving, gross motor, fine motor as well as social and emotional skills. Each session also includes a healthy meal for each child.
- Toy Library
- Mobile toy library
- Early play learning sessions
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