CREATING PURPOSEFUL PATHWAYS
FOR YOUTH!
OUR COMMITMENT

We commit to providing a safe space for young people to make new friendships, building strong social and emotional skills and ignite a sense of hope for the future.  It is here where their sense of individual responsibility will be restored, and this will give them commitment to pursue their dreams and reach adulthood with a sense of accomplishment and happiness.  

YOUTH AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAMME


PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOL LEARNERS

AGES 10 TO 19 YEARS OF AGE


QUARTERLY CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOPS


YOUTH NOT IN EDUCATION AND TRAINING (NEET)

UNEMPLOYED WOMEN
Inform 
To create opportunities, whilst encouraging a spirit of excellence. 
 Inspire
 To encourage youth to reach for their dreams.
 Ignite 
 To bring about a burst of goals and dreams.
OUR CORE PROGRAMME PILLARS
ACADEMIC SUPPORT

TUTORING

READING SKILLS 

STEM GEMS 

DIGITAL SKILLS

CODING
PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT

BASELINE AND END LINE ASSESSMENTS

COUNSELLING    

 LIFE SKILLS

NUTRITION

THERAPEUTIC ART HUBS
ARTS AND CULTURE

         PERFORMING ARTS     

               VISUAL ARTS        

      LITERARY ARTS

RESEARCH TELLS US...

       Attending afterschool programs can improve students’ academic performance. A national evaluation found that over 40 percent of students attending 21st Century Community Learning Center programs improved their reading and math grades, and that those who attended more regularly were more likely to make gains.

(Naftzger et. al., 2007).
       Working families and businesses also derive benefits from afterschool programs that ensure that youth have a safe place to go while parents are at work. Parents concerned about their children’s afterschool care miss an average of eight days of work per year, and this decreased worker productivity costs businesses up to $300 billion annually.

Brandeis University, Community, Families and Work Program, 2004 and Catalyst & Brandeis University, 2006

       Afterschool programs can play an important role in encouraging physical activity and good dietary habits. Participation in afterschool programs has been associated with positive health outcomes, including reduced obesity.

Mahoney, J., Lord, H., & Carryl, 2005
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