What we do

Taking Young people from Poverty2Jobs in three ways:

Educational Support for the Girl-Child

Southern Africa Youth provides Psychosocial and Educational Support, as well as Workshops on GBV and HIV/AIDS, for girls aged 13 to 18 years to better prepare them for post-secondary school technical training and employment opportunities

Capacity Building for Youth

Southern Africa Youth have centres dedicated to providing technical and accredited training in various scarce and required skills to underprivileged youth aged 18 to 35 years. We training them in work readiness workshops, and critical skills training

Recruitment and Job Placements for Unemployed Youth

Southern Africa Youth has a recruitment centre specifically for unemployed youth in underprivileged areas in South Africa. Through partnerships with potential employers, Southern Africa Youth place unemployed and underprivileged youth in sustainable employment.