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Despite the freedom that came in 1994 women are still very much marginalized, discriminated and subjected to various forms of abuse. When women realize their economic goals, whether it’s growing a business, improving their home, or investing in training or education, they’re more resilient and able to provide for themselves and their families. Our aim is to empower our women to be independent and to know their rights and responsibilities. We want to partner with other organizations who share the same objective of NOSTOP.

Food Security Programme

Sustainability is important for many reasons including: Environmental Quality, to have healthy communities, we need clean air, natural resources, and a nontoxic environment. When considering sustainable food development, the goal is to ensure a future when this expanded population has both enough food available to eat and access to high quality, nutritious foods. With this program we can provide fresh, healthy harvest for residents and allow them to reduce their food bills.


In a developing country such as South Africa, where poverty is not only rife, but also among the highest in the world, people inevitably go hungry. According to the World Bank, from a list of 149 countries, South Africa has the highest inequality in the world. Many poor families spend their meagre income on travel, rent, utilities, clothes, etc., some of them cannot afford enough food for the family. Therefore, many children go to school on an empty stomach and often return to a house with limited or no food to eat.


During October 2020 Stats SA indicated that an analysis of household survey indicates that in recent years at least 50% of youth complete grade 12. Apart from the social impact of such large numbers the young people are moving into early adulthood with very little prospects or hope of improving their situations. We believe that some youth members have several latent skills and we want to help them to unlock it and therefore to facilitate their holistic development.


Using art making to develop the personal growth and wellbeing of individuals who are going through personal challenges or trauma. Through this programme we aim to cultivate individuals mental and emotional resilience to develop a strong self-esteem and self-evidence or even to find beauty in life.


South Africans live in a world of dynamic challenges and opportunities and the focus on this program will also help the communities to deal with change and their environment. Recent years we have seen global trend move in both negative and positive directions. The focus on our life skills programs is also to find oneself. We want to provide opportunities in collaboration with partners to create opportunities to unemployed youth and the life they desire. To build personal and social relationships and the ability to be active participants in their communities to the greater South African society. 


Obtain data of the most vulnerable families in the communities where we served our cooked meals and distributing of hampers.
Assist the community of those who received grants and when it was stopped especially the Disability Grant. We arranged food parcels for these families.
Coaching session with matriculants in Scottsville area, Manenberg and Lavender Hill.
Information session about COVID prevention and safety precaution by a registered health practitioner.

Received guitars donation from “joinbandandnotgangs” where we currently teach kids to play guitar.

Offered free computer training in liaison with YoungPeople@work for the unemployed youth.
Entertainment to the community 12 December 2020 with live band.
School cloth drive and distribute to the most vulnerable.
Received books from Western Cape Education Department (WCED) and Community Chest for our After School Programme.
Starting Vegetable Garden at Primary School in Kraaifontein (AME).
The media had interviews with NOSTOP and placed articles in the community papers.
Organisation donating masks for our soup kitchens.
Received PPE from Bracken Can.
Received Blankets from international congregation Church located in Mowbray.
 Identify youth in the community to attend a youth camp at Usiko Rites of passage.
Clothing distributions in various areas.
Partnering with other organizations sharing the same objectives.
Fundraising between families, friends, colleagues, and business.
Rally in Scottsville on Gender base Violence.

Assist and refer community members to organisation or government departments to assist with some enquiries.

Assist an organisation FHI 360 Dream Programme to enroll girls between age of 16-24 to prepare them for the world of work and future mentoring opportunities.
Sanitary Towel Drives and donate it to some schools and communities.

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According to Statistics South Africa (Stats SA), Quarterly Labour Force Survey released on 23 June 2020, the unemployment rate in South Africa has increased to 30,1% in the first quarter of 2020. The youth unemployment rate for those between the ages of 16 and 24 was around 8 percent in early 2017. Typically, teenagers report the highest rates of unemployment. Those in their early 20s are more likely to be working, but their status often depends more on whether they remain in school. Although there are various reasons for youth unemployment vis-à-vis population growth, lack of experience, inappropriate ways of searching for a job and lack of career guidance in schools, the unemployment rate for first-time jobseekers in South Africa is unacceptably high. We partnered with FHI 360 and enrolled a number of girls between the age of 16-24 to prepare them for the world of work and to place them on an internship programme in different organisations.