Masinyusane Development Organisation

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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.

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Project Leaders
Zama Zulu, Jim McKeown, Fiks Mahola, Thembeka Nobomvu
Organization Information
335 Cape Road Newton Park
Port Elizabeth, 6055
South Africa
Organization Information
335 Cape Road Newton Park
Port Elizabeth, 6055
South Africa

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Children's Literacy Project Update

By Jim Mckeown | Managing Director

Masinyusane has hit the ground running in 2021. This is, perhaps, the most important year in Masinyusane’s history. Our children’s education and future is at stake. We are still in the... Read the full report ›

Masi Girl's Scholarship Fund: Update

By Jim McKeown | Managing Director

Our Girls Scholarship Fund is off to a great start in 2021. Our high school team has already visited 40 high schools, speaking to Grade 12 classes about the year ahead and what it will take to make it... Read the full report ›

2020 Girls Scholarship Fund Success

By Jim McKeown | Managing Director

Hi Everyone, We trust you enjoyed your holiday season and that 2021 is off to a good start. I wanted to share our final 2020 project report (see attached) with you.  We hope you enjoy... Read the full report ›
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