Skills Develpment

Young people who have gone through the culture schools conduct peer education in their communities. They get invited to talk on radio and TV programmes aimed at promoting and advocating positive behaviour among young people. 

Since the launch of the programme in 2011, we have had a successful implementation, with over three thousand young people benefitting from and attending the various events hosted by Indoni between 2012 and 2019. In addition, over 2,500 direct and indirect job opportunities have been created in production, directorship, arts, facilitation, skills development, manufacture of costumes and gowns and other related fields. This was complemented by transfer of dance, arts, choreography, pottery, farming, facilitation and other skills to our volunteers and our learners during the hosting of the cultural schools and the Cultural festival.

Furthermore, the cultural schools promoted social cohesion, moral regeneration and appreciation of heritage as part of the formal topics prepared for the learners. Various stakeholders from National, Provincial and Local Government made presentations to the young people on national symbols, social cohesion and other key government priority areas. The programme therefore played a key role in the
conscientisation of young and old over the various programmes of government.

Our Official Partners

Indoni SA is supported by the National and the KwaZulu-Natal Departments of Arts and Culture

Contact Us

Tel: 031 765 6318
Fax: 086 591 9000

Address: 20 Old Main Road,
B7 Heritage House, Hillcrest

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