To create a community that is skilled, self-sustained with economic opportunities.!
Promoting a culture of democracy and human rights by creating and emphasizing awareness of civic responsibility, To aid communities in identifying and developing projects that address their specific needs, To be a source of information for communities and thus bridging the digital divide across the continent, To eradicate poverty with all its root causes, Increase stakeholder participation in all projects undertaken.
The Foundation is a registered Non-Profit Organization(NPO),
therefore all donations are exempted from Tax NPO Registration Number : 035-206 NPO
Education and training, ,Youth Development and Leadership, Sports development and Administration ,Welfare Services, Health Services, Social Research.
SMME development, Market research ,Contractor training and support ,Skills audit ,Consumer and marketing services.
Adult education services, Education awareness services, Adult education services
Community liaison and development, Public event management, News agency services, Community Radio Station.
Market research services, Public opinion polling services, Mass mobilization, Advocacy
Conducting research & profiling of communities and services, Organizational development services, Linkage between communities and funders, Drafting of constitutions and registration of CBOs, Writing proposals on behalf of Organizations, Keep a database of CBOs, Needs analysis, Marketing and Awareness services.
Financial management training, Project management training
General, Waste management, Pollution control
Social Services, Economic Development, Health Services.
The aim of this is to empower individuals through identify unemployment individuals especially the youth in the communities and together with the communities identified and develop sustainable community projects that will have the effect of creating employment, thus reducing crime and poverty. This project will be achieved through fostering partnerships with the government, SETAs and Corporate including SMMEs to incorporate youth in their learnership programs, as well as assisting and developing young entrepreneurs so as to be active contributors in to the countrys economy
The aim of this programme is to educate and empower youth with the history of this country and the role the youth has played in this democratic South Africa. Focus will be placed on empowering the youth on Freedom Charter, the Constitution of South Africa and commemoration of Youth Day and Freedom Day, as well as to incorporate the current trend of Broad Based Black Empowerment initiatives, Skills development strategy and the Sector Charters
The aim of the forum is to generate a sharing of information and knowledge, a pool of issues and strategies from various black political parties, youth structures, woman structures, disabled group structures, CBO, FBO, NGO, NPO, community leaders, PDIs, business and government in ensuring that we all strive towards the same goals, using different methodologies and models of transforming the economy and people sharing in the countries wealth, land, equal rights, work and security, and peace and friendship as prescribed in the Freedom Charter. We will ensure the highest level of public participation and awareness of the Freedom Charter. Information will be shared, discussed and debated on new developments by the government. One of the discussion document drafted is on Union transformation charter and to be open.
This project focuses on programmes that build a community to accept and embrace those living with HIV/AIDS. Partnership with community NPO, CBO and NGO whom are in the Health care support and OVC sector will be approached so that we may reach maximum targets. To change the tide on HIV/AIDS by changing the mindset of our people, as well as removing the stigma attached to the epidemic. Informative sessions will held nationally so we may achieve this goal.
The aim of this programme is to educate and empower youth with the history of this country and the role the youth has played in this democratic South Africa. Focus will be placed on empowering the youth on Freedom Charter, the Constitution of South Africa and commemoration of Youth Day and Freedom Day, as well as to incorporate the current trend of Broad Based Black Empowerment initiatives, Skills development strategy and the Sector Charters.
Amongst its objective HBR aims to promote the participation students in Mathematics, Science, Information, Technology and Communication. By raising learner participation through innovative, performance in maths, science, information, communication and technology the best results will be achieved. Our criteria focus is on historically disadvantaged pupils and communities. Partnerships with the government department and private entities initiatives are underway. The project is rolled out in the previously disadvantaged areas such as townships, informal settlements, and rural areas.
The aim of this project is to create awareness in the communities about the importance of maintaining a healthy environment in which they live. Consumer rights awareness on environment health and safety. Programmes: Waste management, Water sanitation and Sewage.
One of the aims of this project is to boost the moral of the youth, ex-convicts, retrenched individuals, and entrepreneurs. Whereby Counseling, integration, and self-sustainable projects will be systematically implemented, controlled and monitored, our major target is to influence men into being role players and support them for any manhood, difficulties encountered.
Early Childhood Development Programme The initiative of this project is aimed at allowing access to early childhood development programmes for all children irrespective of colour, creed, race and religion. The aim is to develop, train and prepare children for future educational challenges that they will face ahead. The preparation for integration at primary school level for children is made easier because of efforts of exposing children to educational conditions prior to commencing their primary schooling.
Black Amina is a name given to Priksa Mthethwa after the ancient Hausa Queen Amina who in the African history is believed to have been a real ruler, legend, and a warrior who subjected to have conquered many battles. Priska Mthethwa is a woman who believes that the only way to restore the dignity of a woman from the hands of her oppressor is by a barrel of a gun.
She is assigned to fight to bring back the sexually exploited African women who had been trapped in the modern-day slavery for years but she finds herself trapped between life and death in the hands of human and drug trafficking terror syndicate
but she sees herself coming out with victory A film with an emotional story of a woman called Priska Mthethwa a Hawks initiated agent and warrior, who is hired by the South African government to combat a top serious crime of human trafficking It also shows the intelligence and the power of femininity in a woman who is always NOT her struggles.
but who always keep back up going on ,It also shows there also women who can tackle cases which no man cant The moral of the story is of south Africa women who comes together and celebrate femininity amongst themselves and fight crime against human trafficking, women and child abuse that restores the dignity of African women from gender based violence and sexually exploitation.
HBR Foundation Team