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We are motivated to bring hope,help and healing to the people of Africa by the words of Jesus;
‘I came so they can have real and eternal life, more and better life than they ever dreamed of.’ – John 10:10 (MSG).
HLUMA AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME
HIuma is a safe place for school children to be together, learn life skills and receive some 1-2-1 tutoring in reading, comprehension and maths. We have 43 children and teenagers attending each week currently, with an age range of 9 to 15 years.
COMPUTER LEARNING CENTRE
Our computer learning centre is designed and located in order to engage hard to reach communities. These are communities that wouldn’t otherwise take up the opportunity to develop their IT skills to a meaningful level for the marketplace.
Robotics has been identified as a key skill for employment and a fun way for learners to learn maths and science in a practical way. We give weekly classes in collaboration with Futurelabs (a South African robotics business).
In 2017, 10 sewing machines and fabric were donated to a group of women in Tambo Village, Cape Town. This has enabled them to set up training and a blossoming social enterprise selling various crafts and beautiful fabric products that they have made.
At NewDay United, we believe in holistic health strategies – which includes complete physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.
WORK 4 A LIVING
Work For A Living (W4AL) is a 12 day job readiness course. The aims of this intensive course are to invest in people by sharing the job and entrepreneurial skills they need to support themselves and their families.
We are aware of the fact that both maths and science are a critical factor for our students and according to statistics one of the biggest challenges in the educational sector in South Africa. We are committed to help address this problem via e-learning using Vodacom E-School ( grade 4- 12) programmes along with personal tutoring from our team.
The CodersDojo movement believes that an understanding of programming languages is increasingly important in the modern world, that it’s both better and easier to learn these skills early and that nobody should be denied the opportunity to do so. We run a weekly club along with volunteers, to inspire our children to dream big!!!!