DO4SA is a Non Profit established in 2015 to shake off negativity from the mind-sets of many South Africans. We need technology, the sciences, education and good social ethics to be brought into impoverished communities to create hopes and dreams.
Since 2016 and up to current day, Do4sa has embarked on several projects, including science expos, charity symposiums, community vegetable garden projects, and education and entrepreneurship projects. In 2017, the organization successfully applied for NPO status. Our mission is to use education as a tool to change the landscape of the youth of South Africa.
Youth Employment Service (YES) is a pioneering, business-driven initiative which has partnered with government and labour to tackle South Africa’s youth unemployment crisis and drive youth employability. YES aims to create work experiences for youth at scale, through enabling business to contribute to and to be a co-creator of a future that works. In this process, a business can gain one or two levels up on its B-BBEE scorecard.
Innovate Durban is a non-profit company set up as a special purpose vehicle to drive innovation in the region. We provide support to innovators, government, academia and tertiary institutions, corporates and innovation support agencies through our projects, programme and events. We create collaborative platform aimed at stimulating innovation within the region.
Please check out the Innovate Durban Organisational Brochure.
Fresh Hope eLearning Centre is a registered NPO focusing in Skills, Education and Environmental Development ( SEED) projects by assisting rural / township learners, youth and adults to create a better future for themselves. It was founded ( registered as Eduservice in 2012) by two engineers who both share a deep passion and interest in education and social entrepreneurship. We are using a “4E model” (Education, Employment, Entrepreneurship and Environment) to train people at our eLearning Centre filled with 24 new desktops and 10 laptops to run mobile digital skills classes. Our qualified and experienced Facilitators are imparting knowledge and skills through workshops closer to where our unEducated, unSkilled and unEmployable beneficiaries stay. We run a combination of Affordable Accredited and Non-Accredited 4IR related short-courses.