SIOC-CDT funded PILO to implement a district-based change model in the John Taolo Gaetsewe Education District. This was based on SIOC-cdt’s strong commitment to sustainable education change. PILO was a collaborative effort between the public and private sectors to bring about systemic change and improve schooling for young people.
PILO aims to strengthen and improve ordinary practices of schools and the education system. The objective of PILO is to implement programme interventions that can be easily copied and rolled-out to realise improvements throughout the entire education system.
R 21 699, 710.00
NUMBER OF BENEFICIARIES
71 000 LEARNERS
PILO has succeeded in giving beneficiaries the appropriate tools, including the knowledge, skills, values, and support material that will enable them to do their core work of ensuring curriculum coverage more effectively.
PROJECT BENEFICIARY TESTIMONIALS
Jean April- HOD, Noord Kaap Primary
Aobakwe Baikepi- Principal, Kopano primary school
Flora Booysen- Logobate primary school, Acting Principal
Nong Aron- Educator, Mamasilo primary school
Dalene Coetzee- Educator, Kalahari High School
Selao Kgomotso- HOD, A.B. Kolwane
SIOC-CDT's primary goal is to implement sustainable socio-economic initiatives through partnering with key stakeholders to ensure that beneficiary communities have sustainable income and are empowered to thrive beyond the lifespan of the mine.