2019 Impact Audit

Supporting education in the South African winelands

 

CWA Trust’s 28 partners for 2019/2020

Aitsa Aftercare

Anna Foundation

Bergzicht Training

Calling Education NPC

Cape Wine Makers’ Guild

Click Foundation

Community Keepers

Constantia Primary School

De Rust Futura Akademie

Emerging Leaders

 

Grootbos Foundation

Hope Through Action Franschhoek

Hope Through Action Nompumelelo

Hope Through Action Malmesbury

Joostenberg Primer

Klapmuts Primary School

The Kusasa Project

Laureus Sport for Good

Love to Give Skills Academy

 The Lunchbox Fund

Maranatha Trust

Norval Foundation

Partners for Possibility

Pebbles Project

Pebbles Hemel & Aarde Education Project

Pinotage Youth Development Academy

Spieel Collective

Wemmershoek Primary School

An overview of impact from some of our partners…

3 960 learners in 12 primary schools had access to an online English literacy programme, assisting them to read with comprehension. Data is collected from each session to track results, and the online sessions are managed by 12 facilitators who are employed to assist the children get the most from the programme.

Click Foundation

660 children in rural winelands areas receive a safe after school space where food is provided and they complete homework, get reading support, enjoy physical development through sport and games, and crucial social and emotional guidance and support.

Anna Foundation

 

70% of our recent Wine and Tourism graduates (2019) have found employment.

Pinotage Youth Development Academy

 

4 principals were funded to partner with local businesspeople in 2019. Through these partnerships 55 teachers and 1, 484 learners were impacted.

Partners for Possibility

 

12 unemployed women will continue the advanced Food and Beverage Service Assistant course from January to March 2020 at the Private Hotel School. Each woman supports approximately 7 dependents, so if they are all employed after graduating the lives of 84 people will be changed for the better.

Bergzicht Training

CWA Trust supports the employment of a Maths teacher, Mr Raoul Hamman, who holds a Master’s Degree in Maths Education, was the chairperson of the SRC at North West University, was a Grade Head at Durbanville High School and teaches Additional Mathematics up to Grade 12! Mr Hamman followed his passion to invest in learners from low income backgrounds and one learner, Aiden Gabriels from Idasvalley, saw an improvement in his Maths mark from 38% in November of 2018 to 71% in November of 2019. Aiden attributes this to Mr Hamman’s quality of teaching as well as the innovative Whatsapp extra maths group which was set up by the school.

Calling Academy

Psychosocial trauma is a barrier to effective learning, which is why CWA Trust supports Community Keepers offices at 5 schools in vulnerable communities in the winelands. In 2019 655 learners, teachers and parents had 3708 sessions (including individual and various group therapy sessions) by professionals offering psychosocial support.

Community Keepers

A hungry child cannot concentrate or have the energy to learn. In 2019 750 000 meals were delivered to 3 200 children across the winelands, with a 100% successful delivery rate.

The Lunchbox Fund

0 – the number of Grade R learner who had to repeat the year because of poor English skills! Since English is not the mother-tongue of our learners, we had to build vocabulary and help with the acquisition of language skills. Home circumstances are often difficult and these affect learners’ performance. This was the first year that we started Reading Eggs at Grade R level and not Grade 1 level, and it greatly improved the learners’ phonics ability.

The Kusasa Project

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