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INQABA YOKULINDA YOUTH ORGANISATION (IYYO) was established in 2003 as a non-profit organisation. We are a strong community based organisation advocating for people who cannot represent themselves, including the poor and needy, children, youth, former addicts and the former offenders. We are focused on assisting people who desire to move from dependency to self-sufficiency, move from welfare to empowerment through skills development thereby helping people to lead more comfortable, secure, sustainable and independent lives.

IYYO has acknowledged how to introduce and adapt new approaches to conduct effective programs, not only for the youth but also for women, children and people living with disabilities. The team believes it is part of the value chain in human development and it is important to network and form partnership with National Development Agency to build capacity and develop other underdeveloped people thereby by “pulling them out of the poverty in to the economic mainstream

Our campaign comprises of multi-media programs which will be supported by an aggressive outreach drive, including a variety of inter-linked products aimed at creating more dynamic youth society. The campaign builds confidence and capacity amongst educators, mentors, learners and youth by providing a support structure that facilitates integration into a competitive academic environment, which is currently hostile and unsupportive. As a highly motivated campaign, we envisage on maintain a balanced support structure to assist educators, governments sectors and youth at large through these challenging times. Through this collaborative effort, we hope to motivate youth to pursue their dreams and find their purpose, thereby increasing their chances of a brighter feature.

Programmes

• Moral regeneration
• Education and distribution of sanitary towels;
• Social programmes and youth camps;
• Mentorship, Training and Coaching;
• Skills Development and entrepreneurship;
• Advice and Referral;
• Awareness campaigns and programmes (drug abuse);
• Sustainable livelihoods.


 

Background

IYYO has designed a motivational campaign to encourage youth, both in and out of school to find their strength, purpose and passion by helping them to unlock their potential, through motivation and moral regeneration.

Moral regeneration means to bring something into existence once again thus form, construct or create a new revitalising energy or a new life.

Before youth can undergo moral, spiritual, or physical renewal, it is important to understand for youth to understand their identity, origin, destiny, potential, positioning, plan and purpose.

The organisation’s campaign comprises of a multi-media programmes which will be supported by an aggressive outreach drive, including a variety of inter-linked products aimed at creating more dynamic youth society. The campaign builds confidence and capacity among educators, mentors, learners and youth by providing a support structure that facilitates integration into a competitive academic environment, which is currently hostile and unsupportive. As a highly motivated campaign, IYYO envisages on maintaining a balanced support structure to assist educators, governments sectors and youth at large through these challenging times. Through this collaborative effort, the organisation hopes to motivate youth to pursue their dreams and find their purpose, thereby increasing their chances of a brighter feature.


 

Value Add

Our organisation is aware that government and private sectors are investing money in building infrastructure to create an environment conducive for learning. IYYO further acknowledges government’s effort to reduce illiteracy and number of drop-outs. The organisation wants to add value in these efforts by enhancing the moral and morale element to these efforts. It also works with government in reducing juvenile delinquency and to empower learners to take decisions.

“But we remain concerned by the report of the General Household Survey in 2010 that just over 120 000 children in that band are out of school,” says SA President, Jacob Zuma, in his 2012 State of the Nation. The organisation therefore wants to add value with these efforts.

IYYO’s contribution cannot be measured in financial terms but its long term impact will be realised in the future through the number children who will be able to overcome certain obstacles through its support. IYYO commits to provide after-care and post-support evaluation using a case study approach.

The team believes it is part of the value chain in human development and it is important to network and form partnership and networks build capacity and develop other underdeveloped people thereby ‘pulling them out of poverty into the economic mainstream’.


 

Our Mission

Inqaba’s programmes will enable Youth to fulfil their potential and take an active responsible role in society through simulative; distinctive and enjoyable programmes and to have a sense of community involvement along the way. This would form part off a fun, interactive and non-threatening environment in which the youth will be given the opportunity to talk about behaviours that could put them at risk of infection of HIV,STI’s,teenage pregnancies, drug abuse etc.


 

Objectives

• To bring back and instill values and spirit of Ubuntu amongst youth in school and out of school

• Promoting and encouraging good relations, mutual trust and social coexistence

• Encourage participation by finding lasting solutions

• Promote values and creating a sense of being communal

• Create opportunity to share,learn,network and mobilize resources

• Create a vibrant healthy, active role within their group ensuring unity and uniformity

• Encourage youth to explore their creativity and turn that into formal careers by making it livelihood.

Contact details

Physical Address
RATANDA ADDRESS
Portion 2 of ERF 621, Sikhonde Street
Ratanda
Heidelberg
1864

Tel:
081 514 3308

Email:
info@inqaba.org.za


 

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