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Pebbles Project: Math Programme Facilitators

The Pebbles Project Trust is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of Pebbles has five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project Trust seeks to appoint a Math Programme Facilitators, based in the Stellenbosch area.

This is a 12-month renewable contract based on performance.

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Ndlovu Care Group: Programme Manager

Ndlovu Care Group is a South African non-governmental organisation based in a rural environment, Elandsdoorn, Limpopo Province which provides comprehensive integrated health / community development services as part of a large scale HAART/TB programme.

Ndlovu Care Group seeks to appoint a Programme Manager, based in Free State.

Pebbles Project: Project Coordinator

The Pebbles Project is a registered nonprofit organisation that supports children, families and communities on the wine farms in and around Stellenbosch and Wellington. The work of the Pebbles project involves five main pillars: education, health, nutrition, protection and environment.

The Pebbles Project seeks to employ an Early Childhood Development (ECD) Special Needs Manager, based in Stellenbosch. 

The Pebbles Project Trust seeks to appoint a Project Coordinator, based in Stellenbosch. 

Free Internet for WC Communities

Economic Development and Tourism Member of the Executive Council (MEC), Alan Winde, has announced that three of Western Cape’s poorest communities will benefit from a new R3 million broadband project to be completed by 2014.
 
The communities will receive free access to high-speed wireless Internet, which the MEC says should run at about one megabyte per second (the current entry-level for most paying users).
 
“It is our intention to reach as many residents as possible. The impact will be proposal-dependent,” states Winde.

Qhubeka: Programme Manager

Qhubeka is an Nguni (Zulu, isiXhosa) word that means 'to carry on', 'to progress', 'to move forward'. Qhubeka is a nonprofit organisation that helps people move forward and progress by giving bicycles in return for work done to improve communities, the environment or academic results.

Qhubeka seeks to appoint a Programme Manager, based in Fourways, Johannesburg.

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EngenderHealth: Senior Technical Officer - Education Policy & Program Implementation

EngenderHealth works to improve the health and well-being of people in the poorest communities of the world. EngenderHealth does this by sharing our expertise in sexual and reproductive health and transforming the quality of health care. The organisation promotes gender equity, advocate for sound practices and policies, and inspire people to assert their rights to better, healthier lives. Working in partnership with local organizations, we adapt our work in response to local needs.
 

Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa: Researcher

The Socio-Economic Rights Institute of South Africa (SERI) is a non-profit organisation providing professional and dedicated socio-economic rights assistance to individuals, communities and social movements in South Africa.

SERI conducts applied research, engages with government, advocates for policy and legal reform, facilitates civil society coordination and mobilisation, conducts popular education and training, and litigates in the public interest. The SERI Law Clinic is registered as a public interest law centre.

Our thematic areas are:

Robin Trust: Registered Nurse

Robin Trust is a Christian based NPO, located in the Oude Molen Eco Village, Pinelands, Cape Town, providing health services including sub-acute hospitalisation, frail and dementia (Alzheimer’s) residential care, training to both home based carers and nurses as well as community health care services through our “Community care @ home” programme – placing EN’s, ENA’s and home based Carers with patients in both private homes and institutions.

Robin Trust seeks to appoint a Registered Nurse (RN), based in Cape Town.

Nokuphila Community Services: Part-time Tutors

Nokuphila Community Services is a nonprofit organisation that began by providing fresh food to people living with HIV/AIDS. Today Nokuphila has 56 dedicated volunteers and employees who provide food and education to over 400 children and 185 families in and around the Kwa-Thema community. Nokuphila Community Services’ mission is to promote a holistic development of every child in our care through the provision of:  

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