About

UBUNTU BOBETHU

ABOUT US

Ubuntu is a non-profit organization that inspires and empowers the most vulnerable children and communities by developing their skills towards a sustainable future. Ubuntu partners with local and provincial government departments, schools, community leaders, academic institutions and private companies. The Ubuntu model is centred around the provision of education, primary healthcare, community engagement. Through our programmes, community members, children and their families can have an increased ability to break the cycle of poverty. In partnership with various organisations, we are able to provide comprehensive skills development programme that can empower local community members to learn new trades and improve upon existing knowledge.

WHAT WE STAND FOR

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

UBUNTU STAFF

Ubuntu is a small organization with five staff members which includes the two executive directors. The project managers are supported by staff members who have over ten years’ experience in investments, leadership training and capacitation, and project implementation. This team, is supported by an active pool of international volunteers who support the mission and vision of the organization. The board of directors provides strategic direction ensuring that the mission and vision of the organization are implemented.

 

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