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About Us

Overview and Contact

Registration Number
004-962 NPO

Public Benefit Organisation, Section 18A

18/11/13/2164

Contact
Rodrick Vuxika Mhlongo (Executive Director)
082 975 2079
Nwamugulana Collence Shipalana
0839818310
Telephone
+27 (0)15 303 6006 or 015 303 0006
Fax
+27 (0)15 303 0006 or 0866923060
Physical Address
Factory Unit No. 18
Delta Street
Nkowankowa
Industrial Area No. 1
Tzaneen
0850
Limpopo
Postal Address
PO Box 3443
Letaba
0870
Email Address
huresic @ telkomsa. net
Founders
Rodrick Vuxika Mhlongo
Madangi Baloyi

Mafemana Reuben Ngobeni 

Founding Date
March 1995

Geographic Area


  • Rural areas of Limpopo province.

  • Mopani Distric Municipality.

  • Greater Tzaneen Municipality.

  • Greater Letaba Municipality.

  • Greater Giyani Municipality.

  • Greater Ba-phalaborwa Municipality.

    Products and Services

    • Vegetables
    • Chickens
    • Egg production project
    • Computer skills
    • Career Information
    • HIV and AIDS information
    • Caring for sick people at home
    • Cultural Equipment for youth
    • Soccer, Netball and volleyball equipment for youth
    • Cultural equipment for youth by children
    • Academic support
    • Child centre committees
    • food distribution for needy children and sick people
    • Cultural or traditional dance festivals and competitions

    Awards

    In 2001, we received one of the Education Africa Presidential and Premier Education Awards, in the category of non-profit sector, AIDS in Education.

    About Us

    The Human Resource and Social Information Centre (Huresic) was established in 1995 by unemployed youth in the Tzaneen area.  The organisation's aim is to address the socio economic development needs of people particularly children and youth in communities of Limpopo province.

    The organisation comprises 52 full time staff, a governing board with 10 members, and council of youth leaders.  The board takes decisions and approves programmes and budgets. The organisation runs seven major developmental programmes that address the needs of people in rural areas.

    Goals and Objectives

    MISSION STATEMENT
    “The advancement of socio-economic development of children and youth through business skills training, career guidance, job creation projects, sports and cultural development for better future”



    VISION STATEMENT
    “HURESIC seeks to realize a society in which young people live a better life through among other things good health, involvement in community development initiatives, employment, access to information and awareness about the essentials of development”


    STRATEGY
    1. Provide programmes to develop the unemployed through job creation projects, skills and financial management training.
    2. Provide career and study information.

    3. Provide professional training to develop skills on curriculum vitae writing and interview handling.

    4. Provide care and support to sick people through Home Community Based Care and assist them to take prescribed medical treatment and refer to clinics and hospitals.

    5. Provide leadership skills training to youth groups and organisations, Learner Representative Councils, Community Based Organisation and emerging Non Government Organisations.

    6. Conduct HIV/AIDS education and awareness to schools, communities, prisons and organisations through inter alia the Workshops, Drama, Campaigns and Health talks.

    7. Provide food, clothes and pay school fees, uniforms and where necessary provide shelter for orphans and poor children.

    8. Provide food parcels and home steady gardens for sick people and poor families.

    9. Assist emerging organisations and individual about writing project proposals and business plans.

    10. Liase and network with other organisation both local, national and international as well as government in mobilising resources to advance the developmental cause for which the organisation is established.

    11. Embark on children and youth development projects that will develop talent and remove them from criminal and risky activities using approaches such as sports development projects, for example soccer, volleyball, netball, athletics, cricket and indigenous games.

    12. Initiate local Art and Cultural projects.

    13. Provide Learner and Community Youth Entrepreneurship projects.

    14. Administer youth camps and cultural exchange programmes.

    15. Embark on campaigns to make people aware of social and economic development issues affecting them through workshops, campaigns and seminars.

    16. Encourage business institutions to train, fund training or sponsor training of people in business and technical fields.

    17. Deal with long term aspects of development whose genesis is a cogent scrutinising of obstacles of real development and among other things, the causes of poverty.

    Core Activities

    • Training and support in food gardening.
    • Training in income-generating skills.
    • Distribution of food parcels.
    • Education and training in HIV prevention.
    • Distributing food parcels of mealie meal, sugar, tea, milk, sugar beans, soya meat, soup, vegetable oil, and tins of vegetables and fish.
    • Training unemployed youth, women and men in lifeskills as well as professional skills such as marketing management, poultry production and project management.
    • Most of the people helped by the Centre are between the ages of 7 and 24 years old.
    • Home-based carers are trained by the provincial Department of Health.

    Target Groups

    • Youth
    • Youth living with HIV and AIDS
    • All members of the community
    • Orphans and vulnerable children

    Programmes

    • Career guidance and vocational education
    • Entrepreneurship development programme - Youth Enterprise Society (YES)
    • Business skills training
    • Job creation/ poverty alleviation projects
    • HIV and AIDS education
    • Home Community Based Care
    • Care and support for orphans and vulnerable children
    • School child support programme
    • Leadership skills training
    • Sports and Cultural development

    Achievements

    • Engaged in international youth exchange in United Kingdom.
    • Provided information on careers from more than 20 000 learners.
    • Reached more than 30 000 people through HIV and AIDS education and awareness.
    • More than 300 children and youth benefited from the sports and cultural development programmes.
    • More than 10 chicken projects have been established in more than 10 communities, benefiting more than 60 unemployed people.
    • Cultural festival and cultural exchange programmes have been contacted reaching more than 1000 people.
    • More than 120 people have received care, treatment and were healed through the Home Community Based care.
    • More than 20 emerging community based organisations received training on leadership skills, some have been assisted to register as Non Profit Organisations and received certificates.