What We Do

Our key strategic areas of intervention include Economic Empowerment, Integrated Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights and Gender. Our core strategies include direct service provision, capacity building, mentorship, information dissemination and referrals.

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The Fighting Chance Program

The current economic challenges faced by many African countries make it extremely difficult for young people to complete either primary or secondary school.  The competing need for limited family resources especially in the advent of HIV and AIDS usually results in education being given little or no priority at all.  This usually results in children being forced to drop out of school, or in some instances the children attend school and are not able to meet the basic requirements needed by the school in regards, uniforms and stationery.  To date SADI has been able to assist 25 children complete primary school, this has been done through the provision of school uniforms and stationery as well as through the payment of school fees. 

School uniforms being handed over to beneficaries
Participants during group work

Entrepreneurship Capacity Development Program

The following programmes are implemented:

  1. Entrepreneurial Training, coaching and mentoring
  2. Business enterprise management, education and training
  3. Saving income lending clubs for women (SILC’s)
  4. Application of the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach in ensuring improved household income and resources
  5. Access to educational, and social services
  6. Establishment of Smart Technology hubs which will aim to provide computer literacy for vulnerable groups

Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights

The following programmes are implemented:


  1. Provision of support for innovative communication programs that increase access to SRHR information and services for adolescents.
  2. Partnering with schools and other programs for youth (e.g. peer education) for the provision of SRH information and education both in and out of school, including the institutionalization of gender-sensitive life-skills SRH education in schools.
  3. Provision of training and seminars on SRH and HIV topical issues for different target groups with the aim of improving quality of life for vulnerable communities e.g. (Treatment literacy, counseling, etc.)


Gender, rights & power analysis skills

The following programmes are implemented:

  1. Provision of gender and rights awareness and education to the different target groups.
  2. Increase identification & tracking of gender and rights issues that affect vulnerable groups/ communities and report them on open advocacy platforms of discussions & engagement.


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