Worker and community engagement on development projects
Renewable community energy sources
Capacity developed for sustainable
Creches and after-school care
Improve capacity and leadership of core foundation beneficiaries
The month of August also know as Women’s Month in South Africa, created an acute awareness for some of the core functions of women.
The Waitrose Foundation demonstrates its belief in the value/potential of partnerships by working closely with its member farms to design and implement social development projects...
Boomerang farm launched a social development initiative that impacts 60-70 children in Valley Road, Grabouw, Western Cape. The success of their afterschool programme that offers academic, sport and cultural development opportunities attracted children from neighbouring farms as well.
Male agri-workers and managers agreed that their female workers add great value to the workplace and their community.
July 25, 2018
Siyabonga Mathebula is currently at CSIR (The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research) in Stellenbosch..
June 15, 2018
Over the last few years, the drumbeat for quality education for agri-worker’s children, sounds clarion clear at The Waitrose Foundation and within its partnerships with member farms.