What we say
Senzakahle Non profit organisation believe that youth and women’s have power to drive change in the country,Our young generation of today has both good qualities and some deficiencies in them. This generation has a series of understandings and emotions that the previous generations (1976 youth ) did not possess their legacy , we must always give them the benefit of the doubt by continuing driving change in our society and encouraging other young people to educate and fight against gender based violence .
At the same time, they also have some corrupt thoughts and negative ethical traits which must be removed from their character. It is not possible to remove these traits from them without keeping in mind and respecting the good qualities that the youth possess – meaning their understandings, emotions and their other noble traits and qualities – thus, we must show respect to them in these regards
To be the number organization providing direct support and become the part and parcel of the journey for the affected and infected community members as they grow strong to live positive life regardless of the health status. To be a wagon to ensure that affect youth remains with hope for their future and build courage to put their acts together in building their future.
Senzakahle Non-profit organization (SNP) strive to provide develop a strong team with skills that will be able to provide maximum social services which will later translate to communities with positive social and health life style.
As the organization we are guided by the following 6 principles in the way we relate and interact with our clients and beneficiaries: Integrity – We always do what we say Honesty – We speak openly and directly, with care and compassion, we also work hard to understand and resolves issues Relationship- We value relation, we committed to sustainable relationships Quality – Absolute quality service at all times Community conscious – We reach all communities with its own diversity Reliability – We deliver on all promises made.
Our previous portfolios
TB awareness campaign
Anele Tshona with the Department of Health officials and First son of king Goodwill Zwelithini, prince Nhlanganiso Zulu explaining how daily cigar smokers can cause many disease but many people they not aware, he said cancer of the oral cavity, larynx, esophagus, and lung. It may also cause cancer of the pancreas. Moreover, daily cigar smokers, particularly those who inhale, are at increased risk for developing heart disease and other types of lung disease.
Recognition for Leadership Certificates
Senzakahle was handover the recognition certificate to the leaners with Ms Nonhlanhla from Vuleka Community Centre by providing a training to the Clermont young people in leadership skills and empowering them.
Brothers4life Soka Campaign
Door to door campaign encouraging all men to go any nearest clinic any make circumcision to reduce the risk of infections such as STIs, HIV&AIDS and other related diseases that can affect them.