Jehovah Jirah Job and Micro-business Creation Project
Jehovah Jirah is a job creation project aimed at setting up clients in small entrepreneurial-type businesses to further ensure their long-term self-reliance.
Responsible fieldworkers: Nicolas Ngubane and Rob Kluge
Qedindlala Community Garden.
The objectives of this project are: the production of vegetables in low input cost and sustainable way, to promote self-reliance, initiative, entrepreneurship and to promote the practice of organic farming in the community. The agreed basic principles for the garden are: no use of any chemicals, intercropping, crop rotation and mulching.
The Mission has a co-operative project with ACAT to develop micro-business entrepreneurial projects. There is currently one group of five clients running selling secondhand clothing business.
The Mission is working with the poultry section at Cedara Agricultural College to establish a home-based rearing project with Zulu chickens.
Employment opportunities are sought for clients.
Non Profit Organisation:
Reg. No. 0 38-801NPO
Section 18A Public Benefit Organisation:
Reg. No. 930 022 643
Reg. No. Pending
Reg. No. 1288461/4
Auditors: M.Q. Sturgeon C.F.A. (SA)
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