The Rising Need for Self-Preservation in our Communities
The sorrowful state of our socio and economic reality has resulted in the demolition of income streams, leaving poor communities to battle appalling living conditions.
As a foundation that is relevant and responsive the Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation is set to undertake a process that will gear us for self-preservation & self-empowerment.
The Annual Youth Conference For Boys & Men
The Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation is focused on the wellbeing of boys & men. We apply interventions to equip male members of our society with the tools and skills to make meaningful contributions to our society.
This event is earmarked to become an annual event for the foundation. The focus of the event will be on key societal issues that impact the lives of young people.
- DMF Purpose and Background”
- Reconnecting the Boy-child – Moving from Fear to Freedom
- Spirituality amongst Men – Becoming a Metrosexual Man
- Mental Health awareness for Boys & Men
- LGBTQIA+ Community’, Sexuality and stepping away from the Casanova trend
- Politics and Economic Freedom
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The Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation says - NO - to Gender-based violence
We at Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation find Gender-based violence disheartening, especially because the victims of the experienced violence are women and children.
We know all the advertise our fellow citizens are experiencing because of the pandemic.
We believe that even with what has transpired around the world, it cannot be an excuse for men to inflict violence on a woman or child.
To read more on GBV follow the link below.
The Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation GBV Roundtable
We discuss the various forms of Gender-based Violence experienced by many women not only in Africa but around the world.
Women empowerment was our major discussion where our panel dissected the different ways in which we play a role in not only uplifting ourselves but also the community around us.
Serve The People: Our Weekly Mamelodi Food Drive
Serving and helping our community is very important to at the Dlalisa Moyeni Foundation. Over the last few months we have held a weekly food drive in Mamelodi, which aims to provide at least one cooked meal to members of the community who are in need.
This has proved to be a tough task as we are not always able to provide each and every person a meal. We will continue with our mission to provide for the community and help where we can.
We urge and ask that you get behind us and offer any assistance that may further help us in serving the communtiy.
Serve The People: Mamelodi Food Drive
Our food drive commenced on the 14th of May. This is after Bongani & Tumisang Skosana noticed the impact of the national lockdown on the community.
They decided to make a difference and provide some relief to the community of Mamelodi. The Skosana Family proposed to help the less fortunate by providing warm meals on a weekly basis.
Over the past few months the food drive has been able to feed over 400 members of the community.
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GBV Round table Talk: Girl, Take Your Power Back
Join our zoom round table discussion on Saturday the 29th of August 2020 as we discuss the various forms of Gender-based Violence experienced by many women not only in Africa but around the world.
Women empowerment will be our other major discussion where we as women will dissect the different ways in which we play a role in not only uplifting ourselves but also the community around us.
Date: Saturday, 29th August 2020
Time: 10:00 AM till 11:00 AM