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Faculty of Healing – Care and Support Services to Families Project ( CSSF)

The main Objective of the project is the preservation of families and the well-being of its family members

Belhar-Delft Youth Cafe

seeks to EMPOWER, INSPIRE and AMPLIFY young people by providing them with a  platform where they can access skills, self-development training, economic and social development  opportunities, and creative spaces where they are able to express themselves at a local and global  scale.

Faculty of Healing – CSSF Project

Belhar-Delft Youth Cafe

School of Empowerment:AFICA’s (SOEAFRICA) project to children and families are in line with the strategies in the National Development Plan 2030 and the policies of the Department of Social Development, which are to:

  • Promote and strengthen healthy family life.
  • Contribute towards all families, vulnerable children and the youth’s sense of safety.
  • Enhance a sense of community, social cohesion and social inclusion.
  • Alleviate poverty.
  • Enhance family members’ opportunities to enter the job market.
  • Provide an infrastructure for child protection.
  • Mitigate risk factors in families through collaboration with internal and external service providers.




SOEAFRICA delivers a continuum of services to protect children and strengthen family life. These services include Prevention and Early Intervention Services

What can a young person expect to find at the Delft Youth Café?

  • A vibrant, welcoming, positive and affirming environment.
  • An environment of high aspirations for, and expectations of, young people.
  • Well planned, specially designed programmes and activities that are presented by skilled, confident, and empathetic staff who build trusting relationships with young people.
  • A ‘deliberate learning environment’ for staff and participants.
  • Maximised opportunities for learning and growth, and meaningful involvement of young people in choosing and designing activities.
  • Emotional and moral support, physical and psychological safety.
  • The Building of strong links between young people, their families, communities and broader community resources.



SOEAFRICA delivers a continum of services to The project focuses on three categories of young people targeting ​180​ total number of young people. These Services, Opportunities and Support include Prevention and Early Intervention in :


(1) Targeted interventions which targets families with special needs. (2) Evidence-based family support programmes including topics such as communication, life skills, safe choices, problem solving, protective behaviours. (3) Parental responsibilities and rights programmes in terms of the Children’s Act 38/2005, including but not limited to safety and protective behaviours.


Promotes a vision for a future of the countries where the SOEAFRICA works in which women and men, regardless of socio-economic status, have the same rights and opportunities to access finance and assets, establish and lead business, participate in decision-making processes.


(1) Family Preservation Services (2) Couple / Marriage Counselling (3) Family Counselling / Trauma-informed counselling,


(1) Divorce Mediation (2) Parental Responsibilities and Rights Agreements (3) Parenting Plans (4) Family Group Conferencing


(1) Promoting and strengthening the institution of marriage through marriage preparation or marriage enrichment interventions and programmes. (2) Promoting and strengthening parenting skills programmes for families at risk, first-time parents, fathers, young mothers, single parents and granny headed families. (3) Fatherhood programmes (4) Teenage parenting programmes (5) Parenting of teenagers’ programmes


is a lifelong process. It is a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential..


Mentoring is often one component of our programme that involves other elements, such as tutoring or life skills training and coaching. The supportive, healthy relationships formed between mentors and mentees are both immediate and long-term and contribute to a host of benefits for mentors and mentees.


Is to equip these Delft Youth with innovative skills and deepen their engagement in the process of shaping the country’s entrepreneurship and leadership path way. It seeks to contribute to the reduction of youth unemployment and create sustainable livelihood opportunities for young people in Delft community

Partnerships towards offering accredited formal training and job preparedness, specifically those Not in Employment, Not in Education and Not in Training (NEETs)

Accredited computer skills training

we have partnered with Microsoft and

Delft Kids Tennis Club

delft kids tennis


SOEAFRICA  is working to create opportunities for children and youth, their families and communities through our sustainable child-focused, community-based development programs such as Delft Tennis Club where children are impacted by violence, drug abuse, poverty and global health issues.


We have developed a clear rationale for what we do in our sport for development programs. Our approach if focused on how change for children is driven at three levels: players, Volunteer Coaches and Facilitators and communities:



Young players complete integrated tennis and life skills learning modules to improve their leadership and life skills, sports skills, attitudes and behaviours in a safe and structured way. Playing as part of a team provides disadvantaged children with access to an expanded support network. Players can carry their learnings back to their communities, and become future coaches in the program.



Volunteer Coaches and Facilitators are supported to deliver tennis and life skills activities to children in the Delft community. These Volunteer Coaches and Facilitators have increased resilience, confidence, vision, voice and the ability to drive positive change and promote learning in the Delft community. They become active citizens promoting positive social change.



Community members, including parents and caregivers, allow their children to participate in Delft kids Tennis Club and over time place an increased value on young people’s participation in structured sport. This, in turn, allows parents and caregivers to place an increased value on their children’s participation in activities contributing to positive social change.


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Our Main Faculties / Programmes

Faculty of Entreprenuership

Entrepreneurship and reveals that magic & genius are not the necessary ingredients for success but instead proposes a scientific process that can be learned and replicated.

Faculty of Talent – EXPRESS

Talent people are a dream to us because we provide them with the opportunities to accelarate their own development.

Faculty of Healing

School of Empowerment believe Healing is the first phase to Happiness and Empowerment.t.

Faculty of Discipleship

You will effectively apply the truth of God into your own life and be further equipped to discover and fulfill your own unique purpose and plan – the plan that God has appointed for each one individually

Faculty of Mentoring & Coaching

People come to Mentoring & Coaching for a variety of reasons, but the bottom line is empowerment to change.

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