Newsletter September 2018
ENTREPRENEURIAL & ENVIRONMENTAL EMPOWERMENT FOR SOUTH AFRICAN YOUTH
My Voice, My Action This year has been about school business teams expanding on the business ideas they put into action in 2017. The annual report from last year was used to further develop the business plan in 2018 – just as this year’s annual report will help the teams further refine their plans for 2019.
“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” Walt Disney
The EEESAY project has reached 1156 learners across the four districts, giving these young people the opportunity to develop skills and experience the need to be leaders of the future. The achievements of the EEESAY team are exactly that – a team effort. The successes achieved would not be possible without the support of the Department of Education, who give ongoing support, guidance and engagement. The project would not exist without the commitment of organisations who have invested in the project’s success. The EEESAY team and schools say a huge thank you to: • The European Community,
I’ve also learned that the biggest lessons came from my biggest mistakes. Gurbaksh Chahal, founder of RadiumOne
The EEESAY project team are very proud of the following achievements: • The project was awarded Gold in the Green Economy category of the Eco-Logic awards, • Cathcart High School was awarded Best Business Idea in the School Enterprise Challenge, and they received special recognition for the Provincial Department of Education, • Amazulu High School was awarded the 1 st Runner Up in the KZN Province Eskom Youth Entrepreneurial competition and won R25 000 for their school.
• The Marr Manning Trust, and • Social Charitable Foundation
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Where schools are situated The Start-Up Starts here
Types of businesses started Profit from Food Preparation Tuckshop Businesses Learning about Services Craft & Beading Businesses The Business of Market Gardening Manufacturing / Gaining Video Storytelling Skills EEESAY Noticeboard
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EEESAY is a three-year project funded by the European Community and implemented by Teach A Man To Fish and WESSA
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