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MOT SA works remotely during COVID-19 lockdown
In light of the President of South Africa declaring a national shutdown which will be in effect from Thursday, 26 March 2020, the Board and Management have put the health and safety of our staff and partners in top priority, therefore staff have been working remotely since 16 March 2020 and will continue to do so.
The MOT life-skills programmes in South Africa is aimed at high school learners (12 – 16) and TVET college students (16 – 35) to strengthen youth’s awareness, resilience and courage. Through the MOT life-skills programmes, youth make conscious choices in order for them to develop to their full potential and become positive role models and active citizens in their communities.
MOT serves youth and educators by engaging in interactive activities and hands-on experiential learning. MOT SA’s two programmes will, therefore, be suspended until the new term begins and schools and colleges reopen. MOT activities, such as camps and training workshops, will be suspended until further notice. However, the MOT SA office staff will continue to work on projects and programme developments remotely.
We pray for peace during these uncertain times and we wish you and your loved ones health and strength. Stay safe!
MOT SA Board of Directors and the MOT Management Team are grateful for your continued support of our youth and programmes and we look forward to operating at full capacity again soon.