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MEET SAMANTHA VILAKAZI, PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR, AT GET INFORMED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTRE – TEMBISA

MEET SAMANTHA VILAKAZI, PROJECT CO-ORDINATOR, AT GET INFORMED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CENTRE – TEMBISA2020-07-10T10:43:31+00:00

Introduction to LGBTQI+ educational programme: NOUS Counselling and Art Therapy (NCAT) & Khulisa Social Solutions (KSS)

NOUS Counselling and Art Therapy in partnership with Khulisa Social Solutions recently embarked on a joint venture to assess the knowledge of Khulisa’s community leaders, specifically social workers, in various communities across South Africa to understand whether they have adequate training to assist individuals from the LGBTQI+ community. The information that was gathered through [...]

Introduction to LGBTQI+ educational programme: NOUS Counselling and Art Therapy (NCAT) & Khulisa Social Solutions (KSS)2020-06-29T10:37:29+00:00

ACCESS TO JUSTICE – SALUTING THE EQUALITY COURT IN TONGA, MPUMALANGA

Over the past 13 years Khulisa has been actively involved, through the leadership of Lydia Sono, in promoting the rights of the highly marginalised and ostracised LGBTQI community members in the rural community of Schoemansdal, Mpumalanga Lydia is an award-winning humanitarian who has pledged to help others by telling her story.  Says Lydia, “7 [...]

ACCESS TO JUSTICE – SALUTING THE EQUALITY COURT IN TONGA, MPUMALANGA2020-05-25T11:02:46+00:00

CHESTER ROAD HOUSE : AN INITIATIVE AIMED AT IMPROVING HOUSING OPTIONS FOR THE HOMELESS

Khulisa Streetscapes will be operating a supportive housing project, CHESTER HOUSE, in Walmer Estate Cape Town,  which sleeps 26 people in a dormitory-style arrangement (rooms of 2-8 people). The house will be open weekdays 5 pm to 7.45 am, and all day during the weekends. During the week, everyone staying in the house participate in [...]

CHESTER ROAD HOUSE : AN INITIATIVE AIMED AT IMPROVING HOUSING OPTIONS FOR THE HOMELESS2020-05-16T09:43:38+00:00

FERTILE FUTURE FOR FEMALE FARMERS

Rampant teenage pregnancy, a significant cause for parents and teachers amongst Grade 11 and 12 learners.  Numbers so high that a serious intervention was needed to address the causes of this which has now become a national epidemic. 22 year old NGO, Khulisa Social Solutions, had already been operational throughout the Midlands area for [...]

FERTILE FUTURE FOR FEMALE FARMERS2019-11-21T10:27:28+00:00