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Second Report on Black Community Programmes and Zimele Trust Fund

This is an unofficial report on Black Community Programmes and Zimele Trust Fund written without the authority of the two organisations, in order to keep friends overseas in touch.

Black Community Programmes Limited: 1976 Report

Annual Report of the Black Community Programmes

Black Community Programmes: Year report 1972

The goals of the Black community programmes are to help the Black community become aware of its own identity, to help the Black community create a sense of its own power; to enable the Black community to organise itself, to analyse its own needs and problems and to revitalise its resources to mee

Report on Seminar on Community Development (Involvement)

The report on the seminar includes an essay on "Some aspects of community development" and "Paolo Freire's ideas concerning education"

The Urban Foundation: Another Perspective
Photographs of houses in the New Brighton Native Village

Photographs of houses in various stages of construction in New Brighton African Village.

Black Community Programmes Limited: Projects and people

A pamphlet containing photographs from projects of the Black Community Programmes.The goals of the Black Community Programmes are to help the Black community become aware of its own identity, create a sense of empowerment and to revitalise resources to meet its own needs

Black Community Programmes

This document contains suggestions for action for the Sprocas Black Community Programmes which were presented for discussion at the Sprocas Co-ordinating Group in September 1971 in Johannesburg. The contents represent a rationale for the Black Community Programmes ie.

Winterveld Community Project

This memorandum contains an outline of the community upliftment project planned by SASO in the area of Winterveld, north of Pretoria in the Transvaal, South Africa

Community Action and Development

For effective programs that make the Black communities aware of the problems that bedevil it, SASO developed well planned educational programmes to train Black leaders. The aim was to create a just and healthy community which would be able to realise its full potential.

Local organisation: fact paper

The effectiveness of any organisation depends on the organisational ability of its leaders. This memorandum maps out a guide toward effective leadership amongst the Black community particularly in the home situation.

Life in the soviet union: Building, building, building
Workers and the community
Urban Foundation: diffusing frustrations
A kibbutz in the Boland
Community health work at Bochum
The Driefontein Community Health Clinic
Towards a school for PHC personnel at Alex Clinic and the Institute for Urban PHC
Primary health care team: what is it and who is best equipped to lead it?
Community participation in health - the Tamboville Health Committee


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