Poverty and all negative side effects are still part of daily life in Africa. In collaboration with the local community, companies and the government we change this negative cycle. Together we build strong and self-sustainable communities. We do this through our Rhiza Cycle. The strength of this cycle is the teamwork (ownership/buy-in) with local partners. This lays the foundation for the self-sustainability of a project. We work demand based in the sense that we only initiate a project in areas where the community identified the need for the project themselves.
Our focus is on offering primary healthcare, mother and child care and demand-driven treatments.
Starting new businesses and/or further developing existing businesses in disadvantaged areas.
We offer relevant skills training for unemployed young people and guide them through applying for a job.
Students graduate in Diepsloot, Orange Farm and Tembisa!December 12, 2019
Last week it was raining hats during the graduation in Johannesburg. In total 117 students received their diploma after a succes skills training. 5 Fa...