The Alliance for Children’s Entitlement to Social Security (ACESS) is an alliance of almost 1 000 children’s sector organisations, drawn from all nine provinces. They are rural and urban based, small and large. Members include community-based organisations, faith-based organisations, formal NGOs, social security service providers, academic institutions and other research bodies. All of them share a commitment to the realisation of a comprehensive, efficient and effective social security system in South Africa which is accessible to all poor children, and which provides their socio-economic rights as guaranteed in the South African Constitution.Continue reading →
The ACVV is the oldest non-profit organisation in the social services field.
The ACVV consists of a National Council & Head Office (NPO 002 834), 115 branches in 4 provinces affiliated to ACVV National Council and 220 service programs across 5 service focus areas: Social work and child protection, early childhood development, older persons and special needs, leadership and training
Aganang Bophelong is a NPO that was formed in 2014 under Section Act of Social Development. It is an organization that cares for children with Dyslexia, ADHD and Learning Disability. Aganang Bophelong has been involved in advocating the rights of Dyslexia Children/Learners around the community the rights and now implementing the special learning aid for these learners in all schools. Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurobiological in origin. It affects their ability to read, write, spell and speak.
We do Screening, Counseling, Referrals to Educational Psychologist and Tutoring.
We have After-School Care and School Holidays Care from Monday – Saturday.
The SA Professional Institute for Kinderkinetics (SAPIK) is a non-profit professional organization representing the interests of Kinderkinetics across South Africa.
SAPIK is therefore the professional home of Kinderkineticists in South Africa where the professional behaviour of Kinderkineticists are regulated by registration.
SAPIK is dedicated to the advancement of the Kinderkinetics profession and the improvement of services to the consumer and take pride in representing the profession. This Professional body was established in 2002 with the support of various academic training institutions and qualified members of this profession in order to set up a quality control mechanism to guide the profession but also to protect the public.Continue reading →
SOS Childrens Villages provide care through our family-like villages, our family strengthening programmes and our community service centres. We build families for children in need, we help them shape their own futures, and we share in the development of their communities.Continue reading →
The SA Association for Early Childhood Educare provides assistance with Registration Applications of Nursery Schools at the Department of Social Development. Assistance with Registration Applications of Private Independent Primary Schools at the Department of Education. Assistance with the Registration of Grade R Independent sites at the Department of Education. This Association also offers a variety of support services to Nursery SchoolsContinue reading →
The SA Association for Learning and Educational Disabilities (SAALED) is a non-profit Southern African organisation of educators, parents and professionals from a variety of disciplines, who are concerned with effective learning.Continue reading →
The ECF has three simple goals: to empower women to teach young children, to teach women how to run their own small business, changing the trajectory for children in low-income aeasContinue reading →
The main objective of Pretoria Daycare Association is the promotion of the physical, educational, individual, loving care in a homely-religious atmosphere of toddlers, toddlers and babies.Continue reading →
Welfare organisation caring for children in PretoriaContinue reading →