PUSELETSO LEPHATSWA 3865650 FINAL BLOCK FISANTEKRAAL (USAPHO) 30/06/2021
[Audio] Fisantekraal is a township in the Western Cape province of South Africa. It is located 10 kilometres ( 6 mi) northeast of Durbanville and about 40 kilometres ( 20 mi) northeast of central Cape Town. According to the 2011 census it has a population of 12,369 people, however the population has substantially increased since then. The population is predominantly 52% black african and 47% coloured, the main languages spoken are Afrikaans and Xhosa Fisatekraal is organized into 3 sections, the old RDP housing (with 1 bedroom in each), the new RDP housing in Greenville and Fruitville (with two bedrooms in each) and the informal settlements. The community is a low socioeconomic area that faces many issues such as violence, gangsterism, drugs, alcoholism and teen pregnancy.
OVERVIEW OF COMMUNITY
L ocated 10 kilometres northeast of Durbanville P opulation of 12369 Black and coloured Afrikaans and isiXhosa Old Fisantekraal , Greenville, Fruitville & Squatters
Picture taken by the student in Fisantekraal
[Audio] Usapho (means family) and it is a non-profitable organization that was founded in 2013 to empower families through specific preventative and developmental programs. The values of Usapho are Interdependence, Mastery, Belonging and Generosity. The vision statement of Usapho is "we believe everyone deserves to belong to a great family". Usapho has seven areas of service which include: Fisantekraal, Bellville, Klipheuwel, Delft, Kensigton and many more. The programs that are currently offered by Usapho is Teen parenting, Positive parenting, Amandla support group. The Amandla project focuses on strengthening and empowering those who have been abused and helping women within the community of Fisantekraal take a stand against violence, through maintaining a positive self-esteem and using strategies of non-violence and anti-violence. Teen parenting program focuses on educating young mothers on parenting skills and life skills. And this is the program I was focused on.
OVERVIEW OF PLACEMENT
E mpowers families I nterdependence, mastery, belonging & generosity E veryone deserves to belong to a great family S even areas of service T een parenting program Amandla project
Unsafe Scared Will not fit in Gangsters Violence
Introduction to action Social obligations and behavior Dialogues Do not broadcast Passive engagement Social relationship - Bridget - Thabiso
ASSET BASED COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Focuses on community assets Community driven Relationship driven Methods: Asset mapping
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HAIR SALOON PLAY PARK RDP houses & squatter camps shacks ASSET MAP y slCAL/ ENVIRONMENT GROUPS/ ORGANISATIONS HOME BASED CARERS Churches: built and tents RESSURECTION churches CHOIR JOEY ABIGAIL WESLEY MICHELLE SENIOR CITIZENS GROI IP clinic FISANTEKRA.A L RUGBY TEAM SOCIAL SUNDAYS USAPHO FOUNDATION Spaza shops Business hubs PRUDENCE Fisantekraal OWNLIFE BALI-JLA ITIFS New primary school Library + community hall SISTER POEKIE LEONAY BRIDGET AUNT LORETTA RESILIENT KIDS Fisantekraal ECD centre Trevor Manuel primary school
Violence (GBV, Bullying ) Leisure boredom Poor parenting Stigma
Occupational marginalization Occupational imbalance Occupational alienation Occupational deprivation
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EVALUATION OF PREVIOUS PROJECT
Vision meets the need of the mothers Does not address occupational injustice No core steering group All community members unavailable Referral system with clinic failed Conscientization on social injustice and education on assets Duration in community and accessibility of young mothers
Usapho values Teen program Facilitators of the program Conscientization Education
By the end of 1 year the young mothers should have developed self-reliance and become their own agents of change to address stigmatization in Fisantekraal. Furthermore, they should be empowered with parenting and life skills to be better parents to their children as they mentioned in the first meeting with me that all they want is to be the best parents to their children. They should be “healed” through counselling and support as they mentioned that as their need which Usapho has the capacity to address.
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[Audio] By the end of 4 weeks the student should have gone through community entry and engaged with the young mothers to an extent that a group consisting of at least six girls is established. Successful By the end of 4 weeks the student should have developed a core steering group to ensure the sustainability of the relationship between Usapho and the young mothers. Partially successful, there are potential members for the core steering group but the group structure was not developed. By the end of 4 weeks the student and Usapho facilitators would have adapted and made changes to the teen parenting program. Due to time constraints it was not done. By the end of teen program, the mothers should have become self-reliant to an extent that they can partner with Usapho to mobilize more girls to work with and take a step to address the social injustice. One conscientization session was held with the mothers which appeared to not be efficient. Furthermore the facilitators were not enabled to conscientize therefore the objective was unsuccessful.
1. Community entry Social relationships with young mothers
3. P rogram adaptations Usapho program
2. Core steering group Community assets
4. S elf reliancy and partnering P artnering with Usapho
[Audio] The student should ensure that they communicate with Elize Lombard, the Usapho founder to find out about their current focus in the program so that their contribution can align with the focus of Usapho. Because even though there are posters in the offices, not all the aspects are currently being focussed on in the community. The student should immerse in the community and ask questions so that they understand the community better and be in the community. Usapho foundation should immerse in the community and develop IPR because that is important in gaining the trust of the community members. The student should ensure that the mothers are conscientized to address the social injustice while also speaking to their need, not only focus on addressing the social injustice but note their wellbeing as well. Develop group roles to avoid the mother's developing dependency on one of the members or the student but play a role in the development of their project and the group itself. The student should work closely with Abigail and ensure clear and consistent communication.
Know Usapho’s focus Develop an understanding of the program Immerse and ask questions Develop IPR Conscientization of the mothers Group roles Close working relationship
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