Providing valued-based guidance to right living through Life Skills Education for all Children and Teens. ‘The Way to Work’ programme and ‘The Job Centre’ empowers unemployed people.
Living Hope seeks to prevent the spread of chronic illnesses including HIV and AIDS using short and long term strategies among the communities in which it works. We do this by reaching out to parents, primary school children, teens and adults to equip them to make wise and healthy life choices.
Contact one of our offices closest to you:
Oceanview: 021 783 5589 Masiphumelele: 021 785 1781
Capricorn: 062 272 4183 Capri: 021 784 2800
Mzamomhle: 072 480 6671
Life Skills Education
“Its better to build a whole child than try to mend a broken man” —Avril Thomas
A host of programmes surround families to raise up children with strong values and healthy lifestyles. Programmes include:
- Children and teen clubs
- Holiday clubs
- Early Childhood Education
- Values-based education in schools
- The Eve Project (providing sanitary pads to teen girls)
- Parenting workshops and talks
- Community health education campaigns
Way To Work
This job skills training programme is a 9 day course preparing people for work. Topics include work ethic, organisational culture, values and cultivating a healthy attitude towards work. We use an experiential learning approach to allow participants to practice skills in the classroom that will aid them in finding a job, keeping a job and moving up in their career.
Many job seekers do not have affordable access to computers and lack the necessary skills to apply for jobs effectively. The Job Centre provides information and counselling services to those searching for work by sourcing advertised posts and assisting people to apply. Training is also provided to assist with improving their job-seeking skills and employability.