The Organisation starts each year with the Management Committee determining a year plan in a consultative decision-making process with the Advisory Committee. The year plan is then road mapped with various stakeholders which include Nkuna Royal Council, Department of Basic Education (DBE), School Governing Body (SGB) and Local Government. The year plan is then implemented with various stakeholders such as partners and sponsors.
To provide mentorship and coaching support to matriculants from VIN Project area throughout their academic year.
The event offers VIN program students a chance to explore diverse career paths, education options, and network with professionals from different fields.
A well-organized event that celebrates remarkable achievements, with a focus on outstanding Matric Results and exceptional teachers in the VIN Project area.
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Mawaveni Hike is an annual event that happens in December, Participants get a break after VIN Projects as well as raising funds to help with registration fees for less previgiled, Career Day, Gala Dinner and Chairpersons Lunch.
The purpose of the Gauteng Hike is to connect individuals in the Gauteng region who are unable to attend VIN Projects, thereby expanding the VIN network. The event serves a dual role by fostering connections among people and fundraising for the organization.
VIN aims to collaborate with like-minded organisations working within the VIN Project area. The organisation is collaborating with #Be_Proud who’s main focus is girl child within the VIN Project area. VIN provide funding to #Be_Proud for the girl child projects.
The Organisation and Bonn Academy are in communication with regard to a formal collaborative agreement as they both work in the same project area. Bonn Academy having three objectives, namely: School Sport, Community Sport and Skill Centre. Strong potential synergistic relations exist with regard to the skill development centre.
Collaborative opportunities also exist with local Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges on projects to encourage skill-based education and early exit of high school. This has the greatest potential of improving the socio-economic status of the VIN Project area i.e. employability and incoming earning potential.