Inanda Seminary NPC was founded by American missionaries in 1869. Since then it has provided quality high school education to thousands of black South African women, before, during, and after the apartheid era. At its core is a holistic education programme that upholds Christian values and philosophies and embraces African tradition and heritage. The school’s motto is “Shine where you are”.
Khanyisa Inanda Seminary Community Projects (KICP) has emerged from the work that the school has been doing in the community public schools surrounding it.
For more information on Inanda Seminary, have a look at their website http://www.inanda.org
The Khanyisa Inanda Seminary Community Projects (KICP) was birthed officially at the beginning of 2016 and includes the following interventions:
- A fully operative Saturday School, Winter, Easter and Spring School Programme providing maths, science, accounting and English classes for high school students
- The SMILE primary school oral literacy programme in three schools in the Inanda area
- Professional development for teachers from community and public schools in Ethekwini, Ilembe and Camperdown Municipalities
- Teacher-intern programme in 8 primary schools in Ndwedwe
- ICT access for high school students – we are busy building a new computer centre which will house offices for KICP and a wonderful new facility for students and teacher-interns to be able to access the internet and ICT
The exciting news is that KICP has now officially been established as a non-profit company and our new NPC no. is 2017/357598/08