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Help us train 40 Unemployed Youth to become Entrepreneurs

Help us train 40 Unemployed Youth to become Entrepreneurs

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Community House situated in Salt River, Cape Town is a unique and historic site of living heritage. It has always been known as a site of activism from around the mid-1980s which has shaped and continues to shape the socio-political landscape of its extended communities.

The building itself houses NGOs and Trade Unions as well as a labour and community history museum centered on the Trade Union Library and its archive. It presently houses twenty-four organizations that focus on labour research, popular education, gender advocacy, HIV/AIDS education, environmental issues, youth development, media production, and union organization.

Community House has partnered with a SETA accredited training provider in New Oaks College. Together we plan to train 40 unemployed youth in New Venture Creation Level 2 (ID: 49648). 

The purpose of the New Venture Creation Level 2 qualification is to provide a qualification for potential and existing entrepreneurs to capitalise on opportunities to start and grow sustainable businesses that form part of the mainstream economy, enabling the learners to tender for business opportunities within both the public and private sectors. 

With this fundraiser, we will be able to provide a full qualification and stipends for 40 unemployed youth, provide funding to maintain the building and pay the training provider

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  • May 16, 2021 - USD $ 3.54
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R 50.03

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R 2 000 000.00
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Community House situated in Salt River, Cape Town is a unique and historic site of living heritage. It has always been known as a site of activism from around the mid-1980s which has shaped and continues to shape the socio-political landscape of its extended communities.