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Funda Helping Program

Funda Helping Program

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I am Khanyiswa Malotana a director of an NPC (Funda Helping Program, mostly known as Funda) founded by Mr. Bahle Madayi in 2017, the whole vision behind Funda is to provide much needed academic assistance to schools in urban areas where we feel learners do not get enough academic attention and with most of them having uneducated parents who do not afford private tutors also plays a big role in the lack of academic excellence in these areas.

We are working with children from disadvantaged backgrounds so now our ultimate goal is not only to tutor and mentor these children but also to feed their little tummies when conducting the program. We also looking to provide them with stationery, uniform, and sanitary towels. To ensure that their daily school needs are met and assure things are less rough for them at school so that they able to focus and pay more attention to their academics.

We are working in the areas of Phillipi and Khayelitsha, Cape Town. We will be able to make sure our learners are well fed during and after lessons and also make sure all necessary equipment/stationery is available for both tutors and learners is available.

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  • Jun 25, 2021 - R 100.00
  • "Building a better generation of leaders" - Khanyiswa

  • May 10, 2021 - R 30.00
  • "

    Better education better future.

    " - Bahle

  • May 08, 2021 - R 50.00
  • "In support of the movement to educate the nation. " - Lunga Ziwele

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Funda Helping Program

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Funda Helping Program is an NPC founded in 2017 by Mr. Bahle Madayi but got registered in 2018. This is a tutoring program based in Phillipi which assists primary school learners (Grade 4-7) in mainly Mathematics, Science, and English, the reason we chose these learning areas was that we discovered a need for these in previously disadvantaged schools. Learners do not get individual attention enough as most of the time the workload would be too much for the teachers due to congested classes of 40+ learners.

So what we do as Funda we divide those learners into small groups and help them with whatever might be the stumbling block in the above-mentioned areas. Not only do we assist them academically but we also provide them with food during these lessons as we believe that one cannot possibly learn on an empty stomach, we also provide them with uniform here and there and sanitary towels for the girls as most of them come from disadvantaged homes with unemployed parents if any.