Ukuzithanda ukuzihlonipha kwakha umphakathi.
Self-love, self-respect, building communities.
Ntethelelo Foundation is a Non-Profit Organisation that uses applied drama , theatre techniques and weaving indigenous knowledge as facilitation tools for dialogue to foster change within marginalised communities.
We create a safe space with the aim of enabling support for social and behavioral change, healing and personal growth among marginalised communities of youth, girls, young womyn and the LGBTI community.
For greater understanding, appreciation and acceptance of marginalised individuals and communities for an equal society.
To develop a theatre intervention in consultation with young womyn that can aid them to build resilience in order to make positive choices
To prepare womyn on how to strengthen their network and support one another and their families
To enable young womyn to view themselves as part of the community and to take decisive positive action
To explore how theatre can be used to facilitate discussion on at risk behaviors
To create a safe space where young women could dialogue about their issues of concern, share their life experiences and work towards their desired future.
To help develop family and community supportive environments. Synergies with indigenous knowledge non-formal educational base models in reducing female youth recidivism and the behavior that correlates with high levels of HIV infections.
To address the unique needs and problems of female adolescents as they re-enter their communities and their lives with family members.
Change in society begins with change of individuals
Without knowledge of self, there can be no value of self, society and therefore, no change in society