Non Profit Articles

The Gender Gap in STEM – Empowering Women

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills are becoming increasingly sought after as we take steps to achieve our global goal of becoming a more sustainably impactful society. These fields, however, continue to be dominated by men. Worldwide. While...

What Are 21st Century Skills?

In today’s rapidly changing and constantly shifting world, students need to be equipped with skills that will offer them flexibility and confidence to adapt. The idea of ‘21st Century skills’ has grown in popularity, and while it has not yet been concretely defined or...

New ways of teaching: Easy-to-use digital learning apps for children

Technology is developing at an incredible speed. This has led to an overall shift from analogue to digital ways of working and has sparked the infusion of e-learning in schools. While many traditional methods of teaching still hold a lot of value, technology is there...

How Can You Commemorate Youth Day This Year?

Each year on June 16, South Africans celebrate Youth Day. It is a day of reflection, where we are called to think back on the youth who rose up to add their voices to the struggle against apartheid rule. It has been memorialised as a public holiday, to honour those...

I have a fondness for non-profit, and NGO type work and I think it’s a default with any human who grows up in the third world. You see the poverty, the lack, the problems, the hell it creates for people and their lives and you want to help. Over time I’ve modified how I view “it all” and what I can do, and some of those thoughts are expressed here. Just don’t read what I thought when I was 21! I was young and silly.

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