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  • 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
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  • 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
     jdookran@lovelife.org.za
     New LoveLife Trust

    Address:

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

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  • CASME

  • 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
     info@casme.org.za
     CASME
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