PBIS AFRICA TM
PBIS AFRICA TM is a research based school management programme designed to improve behavioural outcomes of learners in every grade. The primary goal is to prevent the development of inappropriate behaviour, reduce ongoing patterns of problem behaviour and improve academic performance of all learners. Clearly defined behavioural expectations are taught to learners everyday based on the following core values: Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible and Be Healthy.
Family Food Security
Food security is in our hands. Family Food Security NPO provides availability and access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.
Our vision: TO CREATE A WORLD OF ZERO HUNGER, DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH, THROUGHOUT SOUTH AFRICA AND THE ENTIRE CONTINENT OF AFRICA. (ignore caps)
Our mission: to drive awareness and action in schools, families and communities on how to move from food insecurity to food security.
The Psychology of Incarceration© is a community re-entry and recovery program. It is based on the principles and practices of restorative justice and focuses on the impact of incarceration on individuals, families and communities. It is designed to empower incarcerated and formerly incarcerated men and women to identify and overcome self-imposed limitations and other barriers to their successful re-entry and recovery.
TLC–Talking and Listening with Care book is a self-help guide to help individuals and couples communicate and resolve conflict effectively. This book first focuses on the power of words and communication fundamentals including: effective talking and listening, communication and connection, gender differences in communication, and processing styles. TLC then outlines three steps for communicating and provides a three-step program to help couples resolve conflicts. TLC includes exercises at the end of the book to help individuals and couples explore their communication styles and to increase their communication competencies and skills.
The ‘school-to-prison pipeline’, a term coined in the USA, refers to the policies and practices that force children already at risk, out of the formal education system and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems.