About MIET AFRICA
Established in 1996, with its head office in Durban, South Africa, MIET AFRICA has grown into a regional organization with satellite offices in South Africa and in the SADC region. Its purpose is to promote the holistic development of children and youth and their associated school communities in the SADC region by supporting education, as well as health and socioeconomic development, where it relates to education.
For over 20 years MIET AFRICA has assisted Ministries of Education to strengthen their education systems so that they are better able to address barriers to learning, all towards securing the education rights of the region’s children and youth.
As an African NGO and an innovator of education approaches, the organization is able to make a significant contribution to sustainable development in the region. Through strong partnerships, it has pioneered many development models and programmes, and its influence extends across Africa and beyond.
- Click here to read the latest edition of FutureLife-Now! News, designed to share information, good practices and lessons learnt related to the education, health and development of young people in the SADC Region. Whether you are a young person, a teacher, a health worker, a parent or caregiver, or policy maker, … ... Read More »
- Register your participation to this webinar which will introduce the CSTL community to the SADC Child and Youth Agency Framework. This useful webinar will also share information on available resources and support to encourage all Member States to use the Framework to enrich their education systems. Click here for the invitation with … ... Read More »
- MIET AFRICA seeks to appoint a Payroll Co-ordinator on a two year contract. Applicants will be required to fulfil a full Pastel payroll capturing and processing role, inclusive of statutory returns. Closing date for applications: 10 May 2022. Click here for more information and to apply. ... Read More »
Schools’ Webinar Series| A Learner’s Role in the Fight Against Deforestation| Register to Participate!Next up in the series of the FutureLife-Now! Schools’ Webinars is with learners from Bwaila Secondary School (Malawi) and Motsekuoa High School (Lesotho). Learners will discuss their role in the fight against deforestation. Registration is free and all are welcome. DETAILS: Thursday, 28 April at 10am on Zoom. Register here: … ... Read More »