Over 50 youth empowered with Courage through our MOT Life Skills Programme
We are excited to share that in April, we have empowered over 50 Youth with Courage through our partnership with JP21 Foundation – founder being our MOT Brand Ambassador and Former Professional Cricket Player, JP Duminy through their Cricket Skills Holiday Programme.
The purpose of the holiday programme is to empower our future cricket stars in developing skills of cricket as well developing and strengthening life skills, and that is where MOT South Africa comes in.
Our inspiring MOT Coaches empowered the learners with the necessary leadership skills to reinforce the good in themselves and others. They are taught to show courage through MOT’s 3 core values: Courage to Live, Courage to Care, and Courage to say No.
We are so proud of our MOT Coaches, Cheslyn Rippenaar and Shouneez Dearham, who were first trained as Young MOTivators (Youth Leaders) for their continued passion and enthusiasm. And for facilitating the MOT Programme and educating our youth to become robust, show courage and become active citizens and role models in our society. Our youth are after all the next generation!
Mbekweni Youth Centre kickstarts their MOT sessions
We are also excited to share that our newly trained MOT Coaches have started facilitating the MOT Programme sessions during their holiday programme to more than 30 learners.
These are the very same MOT Coaches that have been trained during our MOT Coaches Basic Education in March 2021. Read more here
We are super proud of all our MOT Coaches for their perseverance, dedication, and for being innovative when it comes to running the MOT Programmes, despite the challenges that the pandemic brings.
Our MOT Coaches are the first point in reaching our youth and therefore play a huge role in their lives.
Our next generation is now empowered with tools to make better choices, and to be the change they wish to see in this world!
Let us continue to empower the youth of tomorrow with the Courage to lead themselves.
Read up on our latest MOT Coaches Basic Education here in which 26 MOT Coaches were trained from the Grassy Park community
Read up on the Courage to Care projects (community service) that our MOT Family got up to in 2020 here
This month’s MOT Youth Blogger of the Month presents a captivating and heartfelt poem written by our Young MOTivator, Preston Saayman. This powerful poem, written during our Young MOTivators’ Education (Youth Leadership Camp) in 2019, serves as a testament to the remarkable impact of MOT and its invaluable work. Today, Preston says that his motivation […]
MOT South Africa hosted their first MOT Coaches’ Basic Education of the year between 5 to 7 May 7, 2023, at the College of Cape Town, Crawford Campus. The event was attended by 35 educators, community and social workers from various TVET Colleges, High schools, and Community Organisations in the Western Cape. What is a […]
MOT South Africa is excited to announce its upcoming event aimed at empowering young men to lead responsible and choice-filled lives despite the social ills and abuse they face. The event seeks to engage young men in meaningful activities and interactions related to empowerment, civic responsibility, and identity. Event details Date: 20, 21, 22 September […]
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