MIET AFRICA’s regional programme, FutureLife-Now! is an intervention designed to contribute to the reduction of new HIV infections and the increase in ART adherence among young people in the SADC Region. Its goal is to promote greater self-confidence and hope for the future among young people in the SADC region by advancing the region’s priority goals and commitments – especially those related to education, health, gender equality and climate change. The programme requires the services of an established and suitably experienced video production company to shoot short video clips on key programme themes in two Southern African countries. Tender closing date is 4 April 2022. For more information and to submit, click here.
Join MIET AFRICA and the Regional Education Learning Initiative (RELI) on 4 April for a dialogue on the need for regional collaboration for education. Now more than ever, the need for collaboration in education is needed to improve our education systems and to support our learners. Hear from panellists on how RELI and MIET AFRICA have enabled collaborative work across multiple organisations, countries and governments in the East African and SADC regions to strengthen inclusive learning opportunities and quality education across these regions. Click here to find out more and to RSVP.
The year 2022 starts off on an exciting note for MIET AFRICA. A regional research study on youth agency is being conducted across five countries in Southern Africa. The “Youth Agency Research Study” is part of a FutureLife-Now! activity that seeks to establish evidence on how to better support young people to exercise their rights and their responsibilities. Read more in the latest edition of FutureLife-Now! News here. Sign up to the newsletter so the next edition is sent straight to your inbox, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
MIET AFRICA requires a service provider for IT support and services including but not limited to daily back-ups, setting up laptops, backup drives and ad hoc IT support. Please direct all queries to and submit quotations to email@example.com by 5pm on Monday, 28 February 2022. Click here for more information and to submit a quotation.
MIET AFRICA requires a service provider for roof maintenance including but not limited to inspections, general roof repairs, debris removal, gutter cleaning, and bird-proofing. Please direct all queries to and submit quotations to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Monday, 14 February 2022. Click here for more information and to submit a quotation.
Since its adoption by SADC Ministers of Education in 2008, the Care and Support for Teaching and Learning (CSTL) Framework has been instituted within the South African Department of Basic Education as a guide for mainstreaming care and support. An evaluation of CSTL was planned for 2019/2020, but with the advent of the coronavirus in early 2020, this was not possible. In addition, the COVID-19 pandemic and related government lockdowns have resulted in numerous consequences for the education sector and the children it serves. It was thus determined necessary to conduct a rapid evaluation of CSTL implementation in schools, to determine how schools have coped during the COVID-19 period. The findings of the rapid evaluation were presented at the November 2021 CSTL conference, as a contribution to discussions around strengthening the system for effective delivery of school-based care and support services and preparing the system and schools for future disruptions or emergencies.
MIET AFRICA’s Cooperation partner wishes to engage the services of an audit firm for the purpose of auditing the FoRCESA – Frontiers of Resistance – Championing Children’s Rights across ESA Project, as stipulated in the agreement between MIET AFRICA and Save the Children International. The audit shall be carried out in accordance with international audit standards issued by IAASB. The audit shall be carried out by an external, independent and qualified auditor. Click hereto access the full Terms of Reference for more details and to submit.
The family home of a beloved and hardworking MIET AFRICAN burnt down on New Years’ Day, 1 January 2022, resulting in devastation for the family. The accidental fire started during a time when there had been no electricity in the area for two days, so cell batteries were flat.
When the emergency services were finally reached, they were battling other fires and unfortunately took a while to arrive – and then ran short of water.
Heroic neighbours rescued the family members stuck inside the house and got them out of the burning building to safety. Thankfully nobody was hurt.
However, the fire quickly engulfed the house destroying it completely, together with all their possessions, leaving them with nothing.
Please help us to rebuild their home and lives!
Even the smallest contribution will be greatly appreciated.