Philippi Trust Namibia is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation that exists to provide a professional level of counselling and training to the Church and community in Namibia.
Through the provision of Counselling and Counselling Training, based on Christian principles, they aim to give the people of Namibia all the psycho-social resources they require, to make healthy and informed choices which will enable them to determine their own destiny in a self-reliant manner.
Philippi Trust UK offers a broad based, professional counselling service. The model of counselling used is integrative. It combines appropriate secular wisdom with the best of Christian practices in seeking to bring understanding and healing to those in need.
Our counsellors work on a voluntary basis. They are fully trained, and drawn from varied professional and Christian backgrounds thus offering considerable experience and expertise. All counsellors receive regular ongoing training and independent supervision.
Philippi Trust also has a branch in Germany. Please click on their logo if you would like to be redirected to their website.
Resilient Kids SA works with community based organisations, churches and individuals to empower and equip communities to take care of our vulnerable children.
We provide training and support which enables adults and youth in a community to work with children in a way that helps build the resilience of each child.
Our aim is to have, in each community, a team of safe, caring adults and youth who can provide on going support to the children of their community.
The main offices of the DTTC (Desmond Tutu Tuberculosis Centre) are housed in the Clinical Building on the campus of the Faculty of Health Sciences. In addition, numerous field offices are located in eight communities and townships in the Cape Town Metropolitan area and other districts of the Western Cape – through work in the communities, DTTC assists Stellenbosch University to “leave its scientific footprint in communities”. These field offices were erected by Stellenbosch University in collaboration with the relevant Departments/Directorates of Health of the districts.
The National Lotteries Board (NLB) was established in terms of the Lotteries Act (No 57 of 1997) to regulate the National Lottery as well as other lotteries, including society lotteries to raise funds and promotional competitions.
HDA works to improve health and social systems including HIV programmes in developing countries. We focus on HIV programmes relating to both health and social development and provide technical support in the Southern and East Africa region. We undertake research, evaluation and implementation of health and social services, putting us in a unique position to bring multiple perspectives to our working practice.
The depatment of health aim to improve health status through the prevention of illnesses and the promotion of healthy lifestyles and to consistently improve the healthcare delivery system by focusing on access, equity, efficiency, quality and sustainability.
We are a dynamic group of skilled and experienced financial, business, marketing, IT and development specialists who understand the immense challenges faced by NPOs and are geared to provide your organisation with an extensive range of products and financial services. These sustainable solutions will be tailor-made according to your NPO's specific financial requirements and objectives in the most cost-effective way. We are serious about creating financial security and stability for your NPO.
Dignity Centre has been dedicated to help women and teenage girls with unplanned pregnancies since 2004. It is our goal to help teens and young women achieve their full potential.
We offer many FREE services, such as Champion Teen Workshops, counseling, and community resources. Please browse through the pages of our website to find out more about us and what we do. We are glad you stopped by!
We are a family of Christ-followers who have taken to heart the truth of God’s grace shown us in Jesus. We see our family life as a”grace-space” where people can feel safe enough to be authentic and free to move beyond what was, to become all that God designed them to be.
Edge Church exists to make disciples of Jesus who impact our world – not just for our generation, but for many more to come.
We’re a multi-site church, which means we’re one church that meets in two locations – Melkbos and Edgemead. We seek to be a place for all – a place that’s relevant, multi-generational, welcoming, loving and accepting of all people.
The Father’s House seeks to connect all people to the Father’s Love and Healing.
We seek to be a community that places a high value on praying for the sick and healing life’s hurts in the name of Jesus Christ.
We embrace and practice core biblical values believing in the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
The Department of Social Development ensures that a comprehensive network of social development services is provided to enable and empower the poor, vulnerable and those with special needs.