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Computer literacy for 600 youth and orphans

by Jabavu tholimpilo care


The project aims at capacitating young from child headed families and orphans in our community in soweo and orange farm. The programme is aimed to give our beneficiaries a start to the real world after school, by providing computer, life skills, business management. We also intent at getting accreditation for primary health care nursing and social auxilliary worker courses to empower them so they are able to get jobs ans survive in the real world and change their lifestyles.

total goal


The challenges we have is that we have worked with these children from primary level as most of them are now 18yrs we wanted to create an exit programme that will be benefiacial for their future and prepare them for the real world


By providing life skills, computer literacy and the nursing couses that altleat have 4 credits they will be able to get descent jobs and improve thwir life styles and familliea as most are childheaded famillies

Long-Term Impact

We will educate and 600 children sustain over 80 household with a life time income

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).



Organization Information

Jabavu tholimpilo care

Location: johannesburg - South Africa
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Nomvula Ntshakala
johannesburg, South Africa
Donations: $0 raised ($5,000 needed)
Donors: 0 (40 needed)
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