Community Work Program

Community Work Program


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Donation Total: R10.00




Community Worker Programmes are area-based programmes where participants are provided with a minimum number of days of regular work (typically two days in a week) in a defined location or designated site.


The Department of Cooperative Governance (DCoG) contracted Insika Foundation to implement CWP in close partnership with various Municipalities and Wards at the local level. Sites are managed by a Site Manager and different programmes are implemented at each site. Site Managers are responsible for accurate and timely reporting on all matters related to CWP implementation, safety compliance, operational management and staff management of CWP site personnel (Site Coordinator, Site Administrator, Health and Safety Representative, Storekeeper etc).

1. Early Childhood Development (ECD)

2. Planting food gardens

3. Fencing food gardens

4. Maintaining roads, graveyards, parks, churches and water pipelines

5. Doing repairs at schools and clinics

6. Repairing dongas

7. Conducting programmes for orphans and vulnerable children

8. Providing security in unsafe areas

9. Sewing and dressmaking

10. Maintaining grass and trees to keep the community tidy

11. Safety and Health monitoring

12. Hairdressing, Barber and Nail technology initiatives

13. Baking initiatives

14. Carpentry initiatives

15. Hospital administration initiatives

16. Construction

17. Scholar patrol

18. Brick making

19. Painting

20. Classroom assistants

21. Home base care

22. Caring for disabled children

23. Caring for the aged

24. Caring for patients living with HIV and AIDS

25. Sport coaching

26. Feeding schemes


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