The following themes cut across all or most of SAEP’s programmes

  • Empowering women and girls – identifying the obstacles to equality and personal success that women and girls face, and ensuring that our services address those challenges
  • Child protection –promoting and strengthening child protection best practices
  • Environmental awareness – ensuring that environmental awareness and sustainability features in programmes’ activities and content
  • Career guidance – providing support and information to assist programme participants to make the most appropriate subject, course and career choices
  • Psycho-social support – providing social work and psycho-social support services for beneficiaries and their families as situations require to enable them to overcome the personal and social obstacles they face
  • Non-academic skills – facilitating the development of soft skills that beneficiaries can use to make good academic and life decisions, including critical thinking
  • Information and communication technology – progressively incorporating ICT resources and methodologies into programmes in order to bridge the digital divide
  • Mentoring – linking beneficiaries with mentors so they may receive additional support, insight and guidance

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Highlights and Outcomes from 2016

Icon Cross Cutting Child protection
13 Protective behaviour sessions

Icon Funders Individuals    60 Active mentor-mentee relationships in out post matric programmes

Icon community house75 home visits by social workers



Highlights and Outcomes from 2015

Icon Cross Cutting Child protection
13 Protective behaviour workshops to help children keep themselves safe

Icon Funders Individuals    22 Mentors paired with 60 active mentees

Icon community house86 home visits by social workers