Yethu Network of Schools

NGO Directory


  • Lisika Unite foundation

  • We aim to build a culture of reading in deep rural schools by establishing hot spot libraries and ensuring that books are freely accessible at a zero cost to children through our One Book, One School Literacy Development Programme. Through this we hope to play our part in decreasing the high rate of illiteracy in rural areas.

  •   0817408772
     Lisika Unite foundation


    Stand number 1397, Matseke, Limpopo, 0812.

  • Kwanhliziyonye Resource Care Centre

  • Here at Kwanhliziyonye Resource Care Centre we offer a number of services that cater to vulnerable people in our community. We care for TB and HIV positive individuals, linking them with the relevant health care facilities. We also care for orphans and vulnerable children, providing nutrition and a homework / after school programme. We do school visits where we educate learners about teenage pregnancy. Above this, we also run a door to door campaign where we  engage with our community on the importance of the first one thousand days of life, where we aim to educate people about the value of good child nutrition.

  •   0712488374
     Kwanhliziyonye Resource Care Centre
  • Shine Literacy

  • In South Africa, 78% of Grade Four children cannot read for meaning (PIRLS, 2016). We, at Shine Literacy, are helping to transform the prospects of some of South Africa’s most vulnerable children by breaking the destructive cycle of poor literacy, low educational attainment, wasted potential and poverty. We do this by providing structured English literacy support to children, providing storybooks and readers and empowering parents and caregivers through Family Literacy Workshops. We work in partnership with like-minded NGO’s, individuals and non-profit organisations to raise awareness and develop approaches that are appropriate and sustainable.

     Shine Literacy


    Shine Trust, Zonnebloem College Estate, Cambridge Street, Zonnebloem, Cape Town, 7925.

  • Inspired Hope NPC

  • We provide welfare services, conduct health and social awareness campaigns and are empowering communities in asset based community development approach.

  •   0824963517


    413 Khethani, Winterton, KwaZulu-Natal, 3340.

  • Reading to Learn South Africa

  • Through rigorous training, we give teachers the tools to use the power of genre-based pedagogy in every subject for every learner at every level. Our methodology has been developed in response to current urgent needs, particularly of marginalised learners, to rapidly improve reading and writing for educational access and success. These theoretical foundations are integrated in a set of teaching strategies that are optimally practical in diverse classroom settings, and accessible for teachers to acquire and use as part of their ordinary practice in their grade or curriculum area.

  •  Reading to Learn South Africa
  • New LoveLife Trust

  • Commonly known as “LoveLife”, we are a South African non-profit youth organisation that was established in 1999 as a joint initiative of leading South African non-governmental organisations, private foundations and the South African government. With the passage of time our vision has evolved to not only focus on HIV prevention, but rather to become “a leader in Youth Health Promotion” where Health, in line with the World Health Organisation (WHO), is defined as a “state of complete physical, mental and social well-being”. We position our programmes not only for risk reduction and active lifestyles but also as the generator of empowered young people with a better future. We are POWERING THE FUTURE!

  •   031 312 7288
     New LoveLife Trust


    05 Walnut Road, Smart Xchange Building, Durban, KwaZulu-Natal 4001.

  • Teenagers and Youth Health of South Africa

  • We are a dedicated interdisciplinary youth organization with an agenda to uplift and to protect young people and key-populations of South Africa. Our Mandate is to create a safe environment for adolescents and youth. We are dedicated to fight against social ills that are destroying the future of young people in our country such as communicable diseases (HIV/AIDS,TB) ,Gender Based Violence/GBV, Drugs and Alcohol Abuse, Teenage Pregnancy and Illiteracy.

  •   0671106480
     Teenagers and Youth Health of South Africa


    Office no 16 Makhoba and Associates Building, 103 Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi drive, Eshowe, 3815.

  • Michaelhouse Community Partnership Trust

  • We engage energetically with the principals, heads of department and teachers at local community schools whilst working closely with the Department of Education Circuit Managers involved in the Lions River and Mpofana circuit. Our goal is to jointly devise projects and programmes to address challenges and opportunities for improvement of the educational experiences and outcomes for our learners.

  •   0833013038
     Michaelhouse Community Partnership Trust


    R103 Nottingham Road, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa


  • We are a non-profit education development agency. Our mission is to provide quality education development opportunities for mathematics and science teachers and learners in under-resourced and rural schools in South Africa. Our organisation offers teaching support, content support, and resources for teaching and learning. We are also offer support for professional learning communities, school leadership support and psycho-social support programmes. We are also involved in advocacy work and research within the education sector.

  •   0318262508
  • Columba Leadership

  • Our goal is to ensure that hundreds of thousands of young people become alive to their potential and recognize their ability to lead change in their own lives, their schools and communities. We also aim to ensure that high schools in South Africa become aware that learners working in partnership with adults can do much to strengthen schools through effective social action. Our purpose is to transform the culture of schools to change the trajectory of youth. We work in close association with the Department of Education, building the capacity of high schools, serving economically disadvantaged communities to embed our values-based leadership model.

  •   0835159335
     Columba Leadership
  • KHULA Education: supported by the David Rattray Foundation.

  • We work with 21 schools in a deeply rural and under-resourced area of KwaZulu-Natal. We run pre-schools, offer ‘top-up’ teaching programmes with a particular focus on Maths and English, provide educator development and mentoring support, and have a life skills and job-readiness programme. This allows us to support over 6 000 students and 200 educators from their first contact with education, through to a student’s consideration of what’s next.

  •   0716242257
     KHULA Education: supported by the David Rattray Foundation.


    426 Lena Ahrens Road

  • The Learner Advancement Group (LAG)

  • Our aim is to support learners by providing the necessary skills required to define life and career goals, enabling them to formulate high school exit plans before reaching grade twelve. Learners in Grade 8 receive an exciting psychosocial support programme called Minds and Hearts that leaves them fired up to remain committed to school. We then offer a Career Coaching programme for Grades 10 to 12. We believe that by Grade 12, every learner must have a clearly defined exit strategy. By providing the proper support at the right age and school level, we aim to transform the way learners think and feel about achieving dreams and life desires.

  •   0683854243
     The Learner Advancement Group (LAG)


    90 Bloekom Curve, Terenure, 1619, Gauteng OR 5 Carissa Road, Caversham Glen, Pinetown, 3600, KwaZulu-Natal.


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