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Image: Help our 25 year old organisation enthuse young South Africans for another 25 years It's our birthday! This year we are 25 years old and we are launching a drive to secure our next 25 years.

Educo Africa has been successfully providing important and effective interventions to young and at risk South Africans for the last twenty five years. We rely on the generosity and support of individuals and organisations to enable us to deliver our critical work programmes. We are asking for financial support from organisations, networks that could assist on funding Educo Africa.   Read More...


Image: Educo Africa celebrates 22 Years This year we celebrated our 22nd year in Youth Development

This year we celebrated our 22nd year in Youth Development. Educo Africa would like to send a huge thank you to all our donors, funders and supporters who have made it possible for us to continue tyaking young people on experiental learning interventions.   Read More...


Image: Youth Month & EDUCO successes   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.   Read More...


Image: What do you think the ideal South African Youth Policy would look like? Was the National Youth Policy(NYP) 2014-2019 written for government officials or for the Youth of South Africa? Niki Alexander takes a deeper look.

The National Youth Policy recognises that young people are not passive, but are champions of their own development who need space to actively participate in their own growth and development as members of society. This may be a positive step forward by government, but The NYP does not illustrate of “how” platforms will be made available to young people in order to demonstrate their potential.   Read More...


Image: The Magic Dot Touch After School Care (Madtasc) Programme This 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   Read More...


Image: 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, so think of us out in the mountains with young inspiring people realising their potential and their greater selves (and maybe put an extra jersey two on for us as well!!…)   Read More...


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