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Educo Africa First Quarter Newsletter 2017

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, We are delighted to present to you our first newsletter for 2017. We trust and believe that your year started off with a great bang! Educo Africa experienced a number of big changes in the first quarter. Firstly, we bid farewell to Milly Churchill, a legend within Educo who served the […]



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October Newsletter 2016!

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, In 1986, Paul Simon sang ‘she’s a rich girl she don’t try to hide it, diamonds on the soles of her shoes, he’s a poor boy, empty as a pocket, empty as a pocket with nothing to lose’ with Ladysmith Black Mambazo. After only a view days in South Africa, Simon […]



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Educo Africa celebrates 22 years!!

July/August 2016 Newsletter!!!



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MLGW Event is happening in Langa 25th June 2016!!!



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Happy Youth Month-Educo Africa June Newsletter 2016

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, Happy Youth Day for the 16th of June. This month we celebrate young people in South Africa. We also commit to listening to them and supporting them. To honour their voices, our newsletter this month includes three pieces written by our beneficiaries, telling us their inspiring stories and projects. Out on […]



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Educo Africa-May Newsletter 2016

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, This month’s newsletter celebrates three young individuals in our Sihambela Phambili Programme. The programme is for young South Africans who have been on an Educo Africa wilderness course, to initiate and develop a community upliftment project or activity. The ‘Making Local Government Work’ Project, where young people are learning on how […]



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Young People leaving their footprint in Eastern Cape 2015



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April Newsletter 2016

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, We trust that you had a wonderful Easter Weekend and enjoyed the holidays. March saw the end of our 2015 Expanded Public Works Programme(EPWP) contract which meant that we had to say goodbye to most of the staff who have been gaining experience working and assisting us both on courses, and […]



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March Newsletter 2016

Dear Educo Africa Supporter, February has the Disas in full bloom in the rivers, a treat for our many TSiBA Education Wilderness course participants exploring their own inner potential and beauty. With the season in full steam we had 24 students going on a Personal Development and Leadership courses in the Groot Winterhoek, their stories […]



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Advertisement for position: Finance Administrator

This is an independent contract position with standard hours weekly, for a fixed term period open for renewal, and a 3 month probation period. Will report to: Executive Leadership Team: Finance. Start date: April/May 2016. For Competencies and KPA’s please see below Applications with CV and motivation to be sent to Duncan Souchon at duncan@educo.org.za […]



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‘The Magic Dot Touch After School Care (Madtasc) Programme has made me a Better Person for my Community’.

Thabo Skotoyi started a project called Madtasc Programme in 2013 in Khayelitsha. He then became part of the Educo Africa Sihambela Phambili Programme, because he thought it was a platform for networking, and for an opportunity for his organisation to be taken to the next level. In an interview with one of the Madtasc programmes’s […]



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HAPPY BIRTHDAY EDUCO AFRICA

The 4th of July, 21- years ago, Educo Africa opened its doors. Join us as we celebrate this landmark moment, by taking a moment to remember how Educo Africa has impacted your life or the lives of people you know. Furthermore, most of us are out in the field running courses over the June/July holidays, […]



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4 July 2015 – Educo Africa 21st birthday

Hello Educo Africa Supporters! We are one week away from our 21st Birthday Watch this space on the 4th of July.



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A loyal Educo Africa Supporter – Pam

Pam’s journey began in April of 2011 when she was selected as one of only 24 teachers in the U.S. to visit South Africa funded through the Toyota International Teacher Program, courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales and the Institute of International Education. What Pam considered would be a “once-in-a-lifetime experience” has transformed her and the […]



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Change starts with you

I always wanted to make a change, but I did not believe in myself and my ability. So, I would always complain about how things were not going the way they are supposed to be. Instead of trying to change the situation in my community, I would post a complaint on Facebook. However, things started […]



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