The Phumelela Project was set up in 2016 to empower at risk youth in Swaziland, through knowledge, compassion and opportunity.
The Project is a dedicated NGO for young adults at risk. Together with our partners, we support 13 to 25 year olds suffering with issues of homelessness, drug abuse, gender based violence and abandonment. Our individually tailored programmes provide counselling, education and rehabilitation and equip the young people we work with, with the tools, experience and education needed to find stability in their lives, whilst empowering them to be confident, independent and valued members of society.
Most of the young people we work with have faced extreme hardships as children, and have found it difficult to integrate into Swazi society.
The project deliberately shifts away from traditional NGO structures. It’s in essence an empowerment project, and we will only help those who are willing to help themselves.
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