Penreach NGO Mpumalanga
Making equal education possible for all South African children
If there is perhaps something that should keep us up at night, as a nation, this is it:
58% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa cannot read for meaning, while 29% are considered illiterate.
The effects of this crisis will continue to be felt for decades to come.
It is a crisis in education that continues to perpetuate inequality and poverty.
We invite you to receive a glimpse of our humble efforts to contribute to education excellence for one and all South Africans.
ECD 33% Improvement in Development Milestones
English Literacy 47% Improvement
Maths and Science 41% Improvement
Penreach Annual Teacher Awards Honours Educators across Ehlanzeni 24 November 2018 Each year Penreach celebrates educators who diligently and passionately work towards delivering quality education in our communities. These teachers partner with Penreach, a local NGO,...read more
By Jerry Machikopa Penreach Change Agent Only 3 of 13 members of the council for the Academy of Science of South Africa are women. University enrolment and Science workforce environment in South Africa is highly dominated by males. According to John Butler-Adam...read more
Joanne van der Walt, Manager of Sage Foundation South Africa and Adelaide Ngema Adelaide Ngema is a Penreach Reading Camp volunteer who resides in the Pienaar area near Vukasambe Primary School. In 2016, she was honoured for running the most successful Reading Camp at...read more
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