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Masinyusane Development Organisation

Org #39358
Vetted since 2017 Site Visit Verified
2008
year founded
$40,075
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Masinyusane, founded in 2008, invests in disadvantaged South African communities via proven and impactful education initiatives. Our flagship Top Learners program provides access to university and support to ensure success once there to hundreds of impoverished students from our communities. A special focus is on educating girls, led by our Girls Scholarship Fund. Our complementary literacy initiatives focus on building a generation of readers by investing in high impact literacy and Early Childhood Development interventions in children aged 0 - 12.

Projects (2)

Children's Literacy (South Africa)
South Africa / Education
 
Project Leaders
Jim McKeown
Jim McKeown
Team
Jim McKeown, Fiks Mahola
Organization Information
335 Cape Road Newton Park
Port Elizabeth, 6055
South Africa
+27796888002
Organization Information
335 Cape Road Newton Park
Port Elizabeth, 6055
South Africa
+27796888002

Project Reports

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Jul 9, 2020
Girl's Scholarship Fund: July Update
Our Girl's Scholarship Fund continues to operate at near full capacity, despite the pandemic. The major difference is we have added a massive feeding support initiative to the project. With...
Jul 9, 2020
Covid-19 Response
In the face of a once in a lifetime pandemic, Masinyusane has provided emergency food support to families, launched innovative ways of reaching children, and are now poised to help schools reopen...
Feb 27, 2020
Children Making Great Progress
You are helping us create a generation of readers in South Africa. In 2019, the 541 children receiving literacy sessions did outstanding. Of that 541, we graduated 91 children out of the programme as...
 
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