On 28th September SLF welcomed Joanna Wheeler, expert in citizenship, participation and accountability from the Institute of Development Studies in Sussex, to join a play rehearsal with the Delft Youth drama group and members of Afrika Tikkun. The ongoing theatre for health promotion project uses a novel modification of the goal-oriented project planning approach plus.
Engaging a vulnerable South African community in tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS prevention through a participatory approachSeptember 5, 2011 · Office · Health & Welfare, Latest News · 0 Comments
Today saw the launch of the new collaborative project between the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation and the University of the Western Cape – ‘Engaging a vulnerable South African community in tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS prevention through a participatory approach’. This initiative uses theatre for youth empowerment and tuberculosis and HIV prevention. The objective is to work with.
Wanting to know what on earth the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation gets up to when they say they are doing field work? Well, in the case of our informal economy research here is a short video showcasing a sample of our recent activity – the where, how and why we are doing what we do… Researching.
Attached is the original copy of the Cape Times editorial published on 15 August 2011 as “Slow Death of our Wildlife and Plants” by Leif Petersen. Cape Town – your local tragedy of the commons
The Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation have released the following video detailing one of our key research interests within Cape Town’s informal economy – understanding the world of the retail grocery market. The link below is a 10 minute video highlighting research findings within Delft South, detailing the dynamics of trade in that community…. Spaza shop survivalists.