Programs

This program is aimed at providing a platform for newly arrived refugee children to integrate into the South African education system.

Initiated in 2018 the program is aimed at providing academic and resource assistance to students of all grades.

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Learning a country’s language is the key to integration. We offer you the opportunity to improve your English. Your teacher helps you with writing, understanding grammar and having conversations. Level-based classes provide an adequate environment and the flexibility of coming to lessons in the morning, afternoon or evening make it easy for you to join.

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Finding a job, searching for an accommodation or a car – the internet is a tool you need all the time. Learning how to use a computer gives you access to many new possibilities. Please come and join us to get your computer skills training.

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Discussing women’s key issues – that is the goal of our bi-weekly workshops. You get the chance to talk about children, health, personal development and more in a safe environment. Facilitators from SASA or one of our partner organisations will provide you with information about the discussed topics. Baking class is another platform to empower women so that they can be self-sustainable.

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Coming to a new country with different culture, people and customs can be very hard. The bi-monthly workshops focus on adjusting to life in South Africa and personal development and provide you with information concerning the topics health, housing, refugee rights and more

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Taking measurements, cutting cloth, operating sewing machines and initiating a small business – these are just a few of the skills students are taught in our sewing class. Starting off by sewing simple lines at the end of our course students will have been equipped with a new employable skill.

In partnership with sclabirini

Soccer does not need much words – it has its own language and is known all over the world. This is why we offer soccer practice twice a week and one match a month. Young Somalis and South Africans get the chance to meet each other while doing sports.

This program currently has no sponsers and has been suspended

This is a platform where local South Africans and foreign nationals have a opportunity to have a dialogue and discuss business opportunities.

Do you have a challenge with your documents and face discrimination or any other challenges? Dont worry, our SASA offices are there to help you countrywide. We offer paralegal interpretation and at Police station, Home affairs and other private institutions to offer for refugees  and asylum seekers.

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