One to One Africa uses peer support models to address the needs of women, children and adolescents in communities across South Africa. Their primary focus is on access to healthcare and education through practical, cost-effective interventions that leverage the lived experience of members of the communities they work in and the expertise of partner organisations and the government. The charity has been working in Africa for more than 15 years, in partnership with local organisations.
Amandla Development is a nonprofit organisation that works to empower South African youth with equal access to quality education opportunities. Amandla facilitates the Philippi Collective Network, a cross-sector group that fosters a community-driven approach to improving learner wellbeing and education outcomes.
Amandla seeks to appoint a Finance and Operations Manager to e based in Cape Town.
The Rachel Swart Fund is a non-profit organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa. Dedicated to helping individuals with physical disabilities, the Fund provides and helps maintain mobility devices for South Africans around the country who live in under-resourced communities and cannot afford them.
Rachel Swart Fund seeks to appoint an experienced Administrator to be based in Cape Town.
Remuneration: A market related package is offered.
Start Date: 1 April
Reports to: The Chairperson
Reference: THINK – SAFT- 003
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Jewish community Services is a Jewish welfare organisation offering a full range of welfare services to people across all age groups within the Jewish community.
JCS seeks to appoint a field social worker to be based in Cape Town.
The purpose of the position is to find a person to join their team to render a full range of preventative, supportive and statutory services.
Duties would include a full range of statutory services, liaison and interaction with schools and other welfare organisations, community work and residential care.
CATHCA is a registered non-profit organisation founded in 1987. CATHCA envisions a world in which even the poorest individual has access to good quality and compassionate health care. Their mission is to support and strengthen an evolving health care network of members serving the poor and marginalised, in collaboration with others. CATHCA is the associate body for health of the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference (SACBC).
Healthy Talk comprises a team of researchers who aim to propose, empirically evaluate, and develop an appropriate strategy to improve communication for healthcare professionals in South Africa. This innovative interdisciplinary project aims to propose and empirically evaluate strategies to overcome language and cultural barriers in the provision of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Diabetes healthcare in South Africa, in close collaboration with key local actors.
The Inner Peace Addiction Treatment Centre is a registered non-profit (NPO 092 704) that provides a full continuum of care, including: residential/inpatient programmes (Practice Number: 047 001 0746320), outpatient and aftercare services. Inner Peace prides itself on integrating all of the recognized and proven techniques available in substance use disorder (SUDs) and addiction recovery today and being uniquely placed as the only qualified provider of Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT) in South Africa.