ESST People

It is ESST’s policy to appoint and create opportunities for historically disadvantaged individuals, especially youth and middle-aged women.

Non-HDIs* are employed in a freelance and consultancy capacity only, and on condition that they transfer their skills to HDIs.

Except for a vital core of staff members, individuals are employed on a project-to-project basis, according to their expertise and experience. Each of the provinces has a Project Coordinator who runs all the project in their district and is overseen by our Project Manager. 

Thus, all funding is channelled directly into projects and is not used to sustain salaries.

*Non-Historically Disadvantaged Individuals





Women Empowerment Programmes 2018

The programme creates a platform for disadvantaged, marginalised women and youth, including the disabled, to come together to share ideas and solutions not just with regard to income generation and related problem-solving, but also to social issues which deeply affect their communities.

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Posted by Michelle de Jager on Monday, September 17, 2018 Views: 82