About

The South African Education Project (SAEP) is a non-profit organisation, based in Cape Town, South Africa. Since 1994, we have provided education, life skills, and psycho-social support programmes for children youth and education providers. 

Address

SAEP SA
Unit B15, Waverley Court
7 Kotzee Rd, Mowbray, Cape Town, 7925

 

SAEP ECD Resource Centre
Beautiful Gate
Stock Road , Philippi East

SAEP USA

#102
2116 Chesapeake Harbour Drive
Annapolis, MD 21403

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Contact

SAEP SA
info@saep.org
021 447 3610

SAEP USA

contact@saep-usa.org
+1 (410) 626-1747

South African Education Project

Educating for a brighter future

The South African Education Project (SAEP), is a registered non-profit based in Mowbray, Cape Town, South Africa. We provide holistic education through academic tutoring, extended experiential learning, life skills, and psycho-social support for children and youth through our five learning programmes.

Our programmes are all targeted at children, youth and/or education providers from under-resourced communities and have developed in response to specific needs expressed by learners, teachers or principals in the Philippi community.

Assisting to develop under-resourced township educare centres

After-school literacy strengthening at primary schools

Academic tutoring, life skills and career guidance for grades 8 & 9 learners

University preparedness and academic literacy skills for recent matriculants

Promoting retention and success in tertiary studies

OUR IMPACT

79%

of our Bridging Year Scholars go on to earn a tertiary qualification

28984

total beneficiaries in SAEP's 25 years of operation

135

Early Childhood Development Centers—and counting!

NEWS

Join Us!

RSVP to Gary Mulder at gary@clubtravel.co.za

Cost is R3500 per 4-ball (includes Halfway House & Dinner!)

Hole sponsorship - R2500, first come first served

“SAEP taught me so many things in so many ways. I was taught to give even when not having enough. I was also taught to never let anyone come between me and my dreams, but most of all I was taught how to love and respect others for who and what they are

Andolene Buys - former Bridging Year Scholar

 

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