Wayden Michaels | 12 September 2023
The skills development provider hosted their very first programme which was a success and said that they’re now ready to collaborate with companies to bridge the unskilled youth gap.
Local skills development NPO, Seven Fold Mystery launched a new programme in partnership with NACOSA – a community service organisation working to build strong, equal, and healthy communities free from the burden of HIV, Aids, TB and gender-based violence.
The programme is aimed at young women between the ages of 15 to 24 years and the launch took place at Roodepoort City Hall from September 4 to September 6.
This three-day intervention programme focused on empowering young women to build an Aids-free future and addressing gender-based violence issues around communities which saw ‘No Means No’ sessions, financial literacy, and sexual reproductive health classes presented.
The free intervention strategy also saw mentorship offering over six months, referral, and layering to relevant partners and certified courses, while beneficiaries were awarded certificates at the end of the three days.
Seven Fold Mystery is a non-profit organisation, which has been operating for three years now and is dedicated to skills development and industry-related activities. Their mission is to empower vulnerable, young, and disabled individuals by providing opportunities for training, skills development, employment, and personal pride. Their dedication to inclusion, diversity, and empowerment motivates them to develop skills, employment opportunities, personal development, and community participation.
“At Seven Fold Mystery, we are dedicated to nurturing talent, fostering growth, and creating lasting change. Join us in our journey to empower the vulnerable, youth, and the disabled, and together, let’s build a more inclusive and prosperous future,” Kopano Ntsele Toguen, the founder of the NPO, said.
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