OUR WORK

 
 
 
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VISION

BUILDING AFRICA’S FUTURE

 

MISSION

To empower youth in Africa to fulfilL their full potential in the future of work, shifting Africa to a prosperous future. 


OUR STRATEGY

Our long-term strategic goal is to become the premier partner of choice for funders and implementing agencies delivering structured youth development programmes in Africa. This is based on the following strategic objectives

 
 
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Provide funding to adequately resource organisations and implementing agencies future of work programmes.

 
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Provide capacity building to organisations and implementing agencies through provision of resources, tools and implementation, monitoring and evaluation models for future of work programmes.

 
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Be thought leaders in youth development in Africa through our knowledge hub. By sharing lessons learned for future of work programmes.

 
 

OUR MODEL

We enable the implementing agencies to deliver at two tiers:

 

 OUR TEAM

Our team members and Board offer more than 100 years combined experience working in the African context.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 
 
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Clayton Peters (Chairperson)

 
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Matthew Denver Ragavan

 
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Nkhensani Violet Mabunda

 

Munya Tshuma

 
 
 
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Teressa Malevu

 
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Prakshna Somai

 

Youth bridge trust TEAM

 
 
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Seth Mulli

Executive Director

 
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Haroon Hassen

Financial Controller

 
 
 
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Hazel Muparaganda

Program Officer

 
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Mmabatho Ledwaba

Office Administrator

 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
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 GRANTEES

The Fit for Life, Fit for Work Programme is implemented through our implementing agents in both South Africa and Namibia with four implementing sites in South Africa and one in Namibia. The South African sites are based in three provinces, namely Western Cape, Gauteng and Limpopo while the Namibian site is based in Windhoek.

 
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