P r o g r e s s . . .

V i s i o n   2 0 2 3

- 2019 -

 

  • Stichting Ubomi Obutsha Nederlands (SUON) comes alongside the Ubomi Obutsha Centre Management Committee to strategise on how to build capacity and deepen the impact of the UOC
     

  • The "Stepping Forward - Vision 2023" idea is discussed and workshopped and a plan is finalised

- 2020 - Q1 -

 

  • Significant and consistent local supporters are approached to work together on a new Ubomi Obutsha Centre Support Team
     

  • Initial meeting held with 14 supporters - Ideas and plans laid out for all to consider

- 2020 - Q2 -

 

  • Covid-19 pandemic sets in and lockdown implemented
     

  • Operationally - All group programmes are closed and the UOC goes into  "maintenance-mode" supporting high-risk families​ with basic needs
     

  • Series of meetings are held . . .
     

  • A new organisational structure is formulated and a few individuals are approached to form a new executive board/steering committee

2020 - UOC - New Support Structure.png

  • A new programme structure is formulated to accommodate operational changes that are expected post lockdown and to place families (instead of activities) at the centre of our work.

2020 - UOC - Previous Program Structure.
2020 - UOC - New Program Structure.png

- 2020 - Q3 -

 

  • The "old" Management Committee formally nominates 5 individuals for specific positions on the new Executive Board
     

  • The next meeting is scheduled for 30 July 2020 to formalise the new board
     

  • To be continued ...

     

Director: Mark Lawler  -  +2782 473 4389    Manager: Nondumiso Langa  -  +2772 685 4379

Collections: Guy Cloete  -  +2782 490 7913    Community Rep: Mabhele Mafuna  -  +2782 488 7999

Location: 164 Salamntu Street, KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth, South Africa

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“If you do away with the yoke of oppression, with the pointing finger and malicious talk, and if you spend yourselves on behalf of the hungry and satisfy the needs of the oppressed, then your light will rise in the darkness, and your night will become like the noonday."

- Isaiah 58 vs 9-10