Our Education Footprint

Monitoring impact for sustainable results

We  select the school we work with as your Corporate Social Investment should not be a cost to company but an investment in our human capital and  leave a legacy.

We interview School Governing Body with our Programme Coordinator to ensure that educators and School management Team Members will commit towards the School Enrichment Programmes while educators will provide support to our beneficiaries. Learners will also be selected by Valued Citizens Initiative according to their will-power to commit to our programmes and character identified through a psychometric test designed with our Clinical Social Worker.

These pre-selection criteria allow our partners to invest on fertile soil to provide opportunities and sustainable solutions to the youth from our urban, rural and townships areas. Our programmes answer to the needs of our country, the National Development Plan and the new BBBEE codes to be implemented from October 2014.  

Our tools to measure success throughout the years assess the quantitative and qualitative of our programmes, and are composed of the following methods:
  • Personal, Peer and Learner’s assessment
  • Quality management forms completed by the beneficiaries after each module
  • Quarterly one-on-one interviews with learners
  • Behaviour analysis
  • Statistics  - Pool for HR created
  • Quarterly operational report and financial report every semester provided to partners and stakeholders from District to national levels
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Latest News

My Identity Document deepening my sense of Belonging

iVALUE Identity programme in support of “Schools Rights and Lights Campaign”, in partnership with La Voix de l’Enfant and Engie Foundation, is already enabling 2069 learners above 16 from 12 public high schools to get their Identity Document and become active citizens in Gauteng.

Currently, many school children above the age of 16 in South Africa still lack access to their vital life documents such as birth certificates, and Identity Document. As a result, our children lose their sense of identity and face tremendous difficulties when wanting to exercise their rights such as enrolment in schools, writing Matric examinations, right to vote and enjoy social benefits such as being able to purchase a cell phone, search and apply for employment and lead their lives. At Olievenhoutbosch Secondary School, the principal is grateful as she was used to have a tremendous drop out of learners just because they did not have access to this vital right to an Identity Document and some felt at risk as foreigners.


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