The Small Projects Foundation
Making meaning. Taking action. Changing lives.
“Finding out that I can talk about puberty has changed my life. Now I know that I should wait to have kids, because kids might compromise my future.”
Yonela, 13 years old
Bright Futures Programme
With the right skills and knowledge, female children can have mastery over their own lives.
Participatory Learning and Action Workshops
We are a conscientious non-governmental organisation committed to empowering and developing communities in the Eastern Cape and South Africa.
Priorities for Local Aids Control Efforts (PLACE)
PLACE is a rapid assessment tool to monitor and improve AIDS prevention program coverage in areas where HIV transmission is most likely to occur.
Our dialogues encourage people to talk about the health status of their communities and name their challenges.
Just under one hundred young people from Openshaw are well on their way to owning their first identification documents SPF is pleased with the latest developments in the PEPFAR OVC programme. The programme, which is coordinated by Zandile Matyila, ensures that safety net care is provided to orphans and vulnerable woman and children in 18 […]
The latest from our mentor moms in Newlands and Cuba. The Mentor Moms and Vitamin Angels project, which aims to prevent and address nutritional stunting among infants and young children, does this by empowering pregnant woman early on in their pregnancies through antenatal classes and continued support up to two years after they have delivered […]
An array of sporting fixtures were arranged, including games of soccer and netball, which drew large crowds of enthusiastic spectators. After a successful Be More Roadshow, the Bumb’Ingomso team had their sights set on a sports day for the young people of Dimbaza in Buffalo City, and this is exactly what they did. The […]
Nine young leaders from Buffalo City to take part in the Mandela Children’s Fund National Consultation in Cape Town this month. SPF is very pleased that nine young women who have been a part of the Bumb’Ingomso Leadership Programme have been selected to represent their province at the National Assembly later this month, as part […]
Let’s talk Menstruation! Menstrual Hygiene Day raises awareness of the challenges women and girls worldwide face due to their menstruation and highlights solutions that address these challenges, including through media work. Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day) is a global platform that brings together non-profits, government agencies, the private sector, the media and individuals to promote […]