People Winning Against Poverty Through
The ability to read, write and analyse; the confidence to stand up and demand justice and equality; the qualifications and connections to get your foot in that door and take your seat at that table – all of that starts with education
To educate girls is to reduce poverty
Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine, that a child of farm workers can become the president of a great nation. It is what we make out of what we have, not what we are given, that separates one person from another
Education is the foundation for everything we need to do to succeed
WE ARE IMPACT ENTHUSIASTS
The Umlambo Foundation since its genesis in 2009 has always sought to achieve positive impact through interventions that improve learner outcomes in public schools. We do this by forging alliances , partnerships and relationships that are living systems and evolve progressively in their possibilities.
No child is left behind.
To win against poverty through education.
- Improved leadership and management competencies in school principals
- Improved digital literacy in teachers
- Career guidance and financial support for graduate studies for learners
- In service teacher training for STEM , Robotics and Coding Teachers
- Support for Foundation Phase Teachers to teach reading for meaning
It's only possible because of friends like you
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MINISTER ANGIE MOTSHEKGA: SACE FIRST TEACHERS’ CONFERENCE
Keynote Address by the Minister of Basic Education, Mrs Angie Motshekga, MP, at the SACE First Teachers’ Conference held at Birchwood hotel, Gauteng Read full
DBE WANTS FUNDING TO HELP GRADE 4 PUPILS WITH MEANING FOR UNDRSTANDING
The Department of Basic Education (DBE) has promised to improve the situation of learners after a report indicated that the majority of learners can not
EXPERTS NOT HAPPY WITH SA’S EDUCATION
An education expert says it comes “as no surprise” that 81% of grade 4 pupils in SA can’t read for meaning. Speaking to Sowetan after
We can never achieve our goals without the contributions of our partners .The Umlambo Foundation appreciates the power of collaborative effort. We thank our partners for making the work we do possible .