Khulisa Social Solutions (Khulisa) combines the investments and experiences of both the public (government) and the private sector – corporations, foundations, non-governmental organisations (NGOs, NPOs CBOs) and SMMEs, universities, local businesses and diaspora groups – leveraging their capital and investments, creativity and its access to communities to solve the complex social problems facing our country.
youth in conflict with the law will receive programme support
Extended public and job skills will be created
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Khulisa, a non profit company inspires, empowers and enables vulnerable children, youth and communities to unlock their potential and develop skills towards a sustainable future. The organisation operates throughout the country and employs over 300 staff through 38 offices, working in around 400 communities around SA and reaching close to 500,000 people a year.Khulisa partners with national and local government departments, schools, correctional facilities, community leaders, corporates, diverse thought-leaders, academic institutions and private companies. Khulisa’s internationally acclaimed and locally rewarded best practice programmes deliver positive and measurable impact with the main focus on youth and community development.Multi award-winning Khulisa UK, has been operational for the past seven years.
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Khulisa Social Solutions’ vision is of a safer, healthier, more prosperous and restored South Africa; where all people – especially youth – have access to the information, skills and opportunities they need to contribute to equitable local and national development and avoid involvement in crime.
To address social vulnerabilities and inequalities by providing restorative processes and capacity building through key partnerships for initiatives at a community level that quantifiably demonstrates social impact.
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Developing multipurpose community centres
Donating 2000 tablets to those in need
Career guidance for grade 9 learners in 60 schools