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Enza conceptualises and implements donor-funded, strategic programmes with a strong focus on research and accredited training. We pride ourselves on our innovative yet sound research methodologies and our proven project management track record and monitoring & evaluation skills. Enza is a DSD-registered NPO as well as a 100% black-managed organisation with a BBBEE level 1 rating.

 

Why choose Enza?

  • We are experienced implementers of donor-funded, multi-sectoral, national programmes
  • We have a proven track record: We’ve been delivering quality projects since 2008
  • We have a robust research methodology and proven research instruments, plus electronic tools that allow for rapid deployment and anonymous & unlinked data collection 
  • We have experience in the design and delivery of SETA-accredited training programmes, especially programmes designed to empower the community, civil society and government agencies

What's our intervention model?

 


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Who've we worked with?

 

We’ve worked with government structures (such as SAPS, NDoH, DTI), international funders (such as GFATM), Sector Education and Training Authorities (such as CHIETA, MerSETA and others), organised labour (such as SAPU and others), NGOs (such as SABCOHA and others) and corporate companies (such as Aspen, Sasol and others) to deliver a range of interventions, from small projects to award-winning national, multi-sectoral programmes. Highlights include:

  • Global Fund Round 9 (Phase II): This programme included research and training for the South African Police Service (SAPS). Part of the research focused specifically on understanding attitudes & practises of SAPS workers towards the LGBTI community and identifying knowledge gaps in terms of servicing the LGBTI community. Programme highlights include: Over 3000 survey responses, and 1459 learners trained across 4 provinces on a SETA-accredited 5-day training programme which included topics such as: the amended Sexual Offences Act, Gender Equality, Gender Based Violence, Post Exposure Prophylaxis, LGBTI-specific issues, including corrective rape and other hate crimes.
  • Global Fund Round 6: This programme included workplace research interventions (including impact assessments, KAPB surveys and HR & HIV/AIDS policy audits) for 258 individual organisations as well as accredited training for over 1500 learners. 
  • CHIETA National HIV/AIDS workplace programmes: This includes a range of programmes that provided important sectoral research for skills planning, and included training for over 1000 learners from 50 companies. 
  • MerSETA HIV/AIDS Project: This project included comprehensive, organisation-specific HIVAIDS research interventions for 63 companies in the manufacturing, engineering and related services sector, and training for more than 800 learners.
  • Co-operatives research and training projects: Spanning over 3 individual projects funded by the CHIETA, this programme has included focus group- and electronic-based research among 43 co-operatives in three provinces as well as accredited training for over 300 learners from more than 100 co-operatives.

Did you know?

 

Enza and Redpeg have been working together for more than a decade on many different projects. We both decided that it made more sense to officially team up and formally merge our expertise under one banner. Therefore, Enza and Redpeg together are now known as Enza Social Research.