2019: A Year of Outreach
This year will be a year of bringing the film to township communities. We have raised starter funds to develop a handbook to accompany the film. We have also scheduled an upcoming workshop to train trainers who will then take back these workshop skills to their local community.
We are currently raising funds to be able to pay these trainers to give workshops in their communities. Our plan is to create a network of trainers across South Africa who can give these film-based two-day workshops in their local community. This will create a multiplier effect where we will be reaching potentially many hundred young people, women, and disadvantaged people in the townships this year.
Outcome effectivity is assessed in an ongoing manner to keep the workshops focused on meeting community needs and on producing results for the workshop participants.
2020 and Beyond
We will be bringing A Growing Thing to disadvantaged communities in other countries as well: the United States, England, and Australia.
There is a profound desire for fellow South Africans & global citizens to make meaningful contributions to the lives of those who need it most.
Mentorship makes a dramatic difference to the lives of those keen to break out of poverty and disadvantaged backgrounds. It transforms adversity into triumph. Khulisa Global Mentorship Movement (KGMM) provides a unique and measurable way to make global mentorship accessible to multiple communities of disadvantaged South Africans.
Khulisa partners with national and local government departments, schools, correctional facilities, community leaders, corporates, diverse thought-leaders, academic institutions and private companies. Khulisa’s internationally acclaimed and locally rewarded best practice programmes deliver positive and measurable impact with the main focus on youth and community development.