SKILLS & SUSTAINABILITY

March 2015 Quarterly Programs Report Using available resources – time, land and local markets – Seed of Hope empowers people to change their own lives. In our Sewing Program, Ernestina (Sewing Trainer) and 2 of our graduates are taking an advanced fashion design course. This term the course has covered skills such as pattern drafting, new techniques for linings, and …

DEVELOPING CHILDREN AND YOUTH

March 2015 Quarterly Programs Report Our Christian-based academic and life skills programs build confidence and prepare children for a healthy, productive life. Simunye After-school Children’s Program (ages: 4-14 years old): Virtue-based themes taught so far include love,forgiveness and unity in our Simunye 1 class; honour, caring and patience in our Simunye 2 class; and idealism, moderation and humility in our …

Keeping up to date on HIV

A couple of weeks ago during our staff meeting we looked at HIV-related statistics and what these numbers actually mean to us in our daily ministry at SOH. We used styrofoam cups to represent vulnerable age groups/population groups, and their vulnerability was shown by smashing the cups with a hammer. Big picture stats: • 37 million people living in the world with HIV. …

Matric Results 2014

  As we can see in the above posts, last year Kwa-Zulu Natal had the second lowest Grade 12 results in the country. At Seed of Hope we want to make sure we are equipping tomorrows leaders in every area of their lives. This year, the Live Out Loud leadership development program will expand, from two to four years  – …