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An Update on Chibini

Imagine going to church and trying to worship, pray, and listen to the message while also quieting the roaring grumble of your empty stomach as to not interrupt the service. 470 more words

Poverty Relief.

More Than Just a Job...

Carmen is bubbly, feisty, and makes friends with everyone she meets.  Over the past few months Carmen has volunteered with Careerlinx, a partner non-profit organisation of CAST that is focused on empowering the unemployed and under-employed.   350 more words

Durban

The story so far

In some ways it seems like yesterday, in other ways it seems like such a long time ago. This is the story so far of Child Promotion School…well, i have given the short version which cuts out most of the drama, otherwise you’d be reading this all day! 1,051 more words

Non-profit Organisation

The role of journalism in making change: watch these spaces

As anyone with a stake in social policy change knows well, the media can play a big role in generating the ‘power to persuade’ – making the case for change in a way that moves the public, policy makers, and politicians. 1,264 more words

Community Sector

Mrs. Tabete

Mrs. Tabete’s journey with CAST began when her pension money was taken away.  Life became very difficult for their family, so Mrs. Tabete came to CAST’s Lamontville Community Coordinator looking for help.   192 more words

Poverty Relief.

Lamontville Pt. II

Last week, we met Mama Palesa, a grandmother in Lamontville who has been empowered through CAST’s various programmes. During the next several weeks, CAST would like to introduce you to several women living in the community of Lamontville who are actively involved in CAST. 309 more words

Durban

Homelessness research and the influence of targeted policy

Is it more effective to target interventions at those most in need? Or should we  ‘act universally’, addressing the basic welfare of all? When it comes to addressing the causes of inequality, there is growing evidence to suggest that universal approaches are more effective. 1,410 more words

Policy Change