Project Literacy was established in 1973 to organise volunteers to teach basic literacy and sewing to domestic workers and gardeners living in urban areas. In 1986 a Trust Fund and a Section 21 company were formed to promote literacy in a more professional way by employing teachers who were retrained to teach adults.
Project Literacy’s current mission statement is to deliver a wide range of education and training programmes to educationally disadvantaged adults, youth and children by way of adult education centres, teacher training, curriculum development and community outreach. Its vision is to effect broad based black socio-economic development through high quality education and training programmes.
We have always developed and used materials in all the languages relevant to the communities. Our beneficiaries have changed enormously over the last 50 years.Read More
With our headquarters in Pretoria, our AET programmes reach adults and youth learners nationwide.
To effect broad based black socio-economic development through high quality education and training programmes.
To deliver a wide range of Education and Training programmes to educationally disadvantaged people by way of education centres, educator training, curriculum development and community outreach.
Project Literacy is a leader in learning and works nationally with individuals, communities and government specialising in the following areas
Project Literacy's approach to planning and implementing out AET/FLC/RPL programmes is based on the following processes, elements and principles....Learn More
Our funded family literacy programme is presently operational in Soshanguwe, Polokwane and Smash Block in Limpopo, Kliptown in Gauteng and Mpumalanga...Learn More
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