Welcome to our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page, where we provide detailed insights into MOT – a life-skills training Non-Profit Organisation. We are part of a global network that empowers youth with the courage to live, care, and say no through various programme interventions. Explore this page to discover what MOT stands for, how it collaborates […]
MOT SA JOINS TWILIGHT RUN TO STAND UP AGAINST GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE
MOT was created to develop youth’s awareness, resilience and courage to stand against bullying, violence and substance abuse.
As MOT SA we came together with our Young MOTivators and MOT Youth to stand against the uprising of gender-based violence in our country at the Community Chest Twilight run in December 2019. This was done during the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children. The aim of the 16 Days of Activism is to create an increase awareness of the negative impact that violence and abuse have on women and children and support those who are victims to it.
Thank you, Community Chest for inviting us to be a part of this amazing day and initiative!
In January and February, MOT SA successfully hosted its first MOT Coaches’ Basic Education for the year. The intensive training provided our educators with the tools and knowledge to facilitate the MOT programme with their students. The comprehensive curriculum covers essential life skills such as communication, problem-solving, decision-making, emotional intelligence, and building mental resilience – […]
We are excited to reveal our theme for 2024: #MOTWorks. Coupled with MOT being 16 years in South Africa, this theme expresses the essence of the positive impact MOT SA has made in the lives of youth and adults alike over the years. The theme for this year was born when Timothy Mc Bride presented […]