Education is one of the biggest challenges in South Africa – and unless we win this battle, a lot of other problems will stay with us. We strive to provide education to adults and children to launch them into a successful, sustainable future. When you choose an E-sticker - it will help us to do this!
The vision of Imisebeyelanga Services is to improve the quality of life of people in need, especially those who want to be empowered, trained and serve their community. We have programmes such as Early Childhood Development, HIV Peer Education, Breaking the Cycle of Child Abuse and Basic Life Skills.
We have 3 Victim Empowerment Centres for victims of violence and abuse and our "Walk in Dignity" program improves and builds the dignity of young females at school level. We support the LGBTI (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex) community by mitigating discrimination, stigmatization and homophobia in society, especially People Living With HIV/AIDS.
Imisebeyelanga have accreditation with Health & Welfare SETA and to date we have trained nearly 2 000 volunteers in the areas of Early Childhood Development, Home Based Care, HIV Peer Education and many others. We offer accredited training for ECD – Further Education and Training Certificate (level 4) and Higher Certificate (level 5). Our ultimate focus is to develop ECD Centres in impoverished areas to become "Schools of Excellence".
|"Imisebeyelanga helped us with our proposal, now we can feed 600 children a day"||"They trained our staff and changed our facility to a School of Excellence!"|
CANSA’s purpose is to lead the fight against cancer in South Africa. Its mission is to be the preferred non-profit organisation that enables research, educates the public and provides support to all people affected by cancer.
We believe that a good support system will enable you to feel strengthened and motivated to continue to fight the disease.
At our CANSA Care Centres and Care Clinics we provide holistic care & support to you and your loved ones, from the time of diagnosis, through all phases of need.
There are more than 30 CANSA Care Centres located in communities throughout South Africa.