The Basadi Pele Foundation firmly believes that skills are the road to job creation in South Africa.
Utilizing the maxim of a very wise man “that one man one job” is the most important requisite for a developing country; Basadi Pele unlocks the latent potential and skills of communities.
Close to 5000 women have discovered their own ability and the miracle of self-sustainability within this space.
Basadi Pele Foundation (BPF) was established on 8 February 1993. 17 women across all political, cultural, social, racial and religious barriers identified with the needs of…
Training provided in the following skills: Sewing Department: Domestic sewing, design, manufacturing of school wear, curtain making, making of soft toys and patchwork…
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900 400 hours of skills transfer has produced the most unimaginable tools of self-management and self-deployment for women with little education, no money yet a burning desire to make a difference in communities.
In partnership with our generous sponsors, corporate and private, Basadi Pele imparts the gift of self-sustainability.
Self- sustainability obliterates poverty, low self-esteem, crime and indifference. It unleashes entrepreneurial skills, authentic potential and increases the awareness of “I am because we are”.
The gift of self-management and sustainability is the only lasting gift with the magnitude for empowered change.
Self-sustainability is the hallmark of a wise and responsible mature nation.
Our very existence depends on it.