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Allied Communities Network (ALCON)

6128 Marasha Street, Orlando East
1804 Orlando, Gauteng
Afrique du Sud

Telefon: +27-11-079-4058; +27 (0)11 056 7931; +27 82 621 7777
Telefax: +27-86-666-7774
Adresse e-mail:alliedcommunitiesnetwork@gmail.com
Internet:http://www.my365.co.za/Allied-Communities-Network/
 http://www.charitysa.co.za/allied-communities-network-alcon.html
Interlocuteur: Alcon Dube

Les Thèmes


Allied Communities Network (ALCON) was founded in 2007 in Orlando, Johannesburg South Africa, in order to raise and distribute capital to fund grassroots projects and programmes that support the improvement of the health, social and economic conditions of the poor and vulnerable social groups - children, youth, women, dispersed people, victims of war, poverty, social and administrative injustice in the poor urban and rural communities of South Africa.

The organisation seeks the participation of people with a significant interest in the health, social and economic welfare of children, women, youth and vulnerable groups and invites their support through private giving.

We support our beneficiary communities of practice through the promotion of community development, relief and advocacy, for the respect and observation of the rule of law, universal human rights and support for education and training, health, cultural, artistic, social and economic development efforts targeting the beneficiaries above.

Mission
To develop an environment that promotes giving and therein seek, receive, manage, and distribute resources for the creation and development of projects and programmes that support social and economic development efforts targeting the promotion of access to education and training, community health, skills development, social welfare and sustainable livelihoods for children, women, youth, dispersed people, victims of war, poverty, social and administrative injustice

Our work
The organisation operates in the areas of relief, advocacy and development. Key focus is on training, youth development and employment generation. Now offers the SETA accredited courses to the NGO community:
• Plant and crop production
• Video Production Training and Services
• Child and Youth Care Work
• Ancillary Health Care Work
• Community Health Work
• Early Childhood Development
• Social Auxiliary
• Education Development Practices
• Facilitator Training
• Programme in Geriatric Care for jobseekers.

Alcon Dube is the First Secretary of Allied Communities Network (ALCON).

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.



 

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