Enza is a registered non-profit organisation that works to improve the lives of people in Southern Africa through tailor-made online, blended training and research with a focus on human rights and development.
We conceptualize and implement strategic programmes with a strong focus on research, online and blended training, and community development
We convert existing content, design and
develop new materials and deliver online training.
We conduct research through qualitative studies, KAP surveys, desktop reviews to inform your planning, interventions and policies.
This training will help the SAPS to work hand in hand with the LGBTI community and empower SAPS members” SAPS member – Tsakane
I’m going to approach [the LGBTI community] differently; before the training I was … in the dark, I was so skeptical when I approached [LGBTI community members], but now I have changed” SAPS member – Tsakane
I believe [the intervention] changed lots of participants’ mindsets, and it’s going to help when people interact with the police. [After this training] SAPS’ community service centre (CSC) members will know what to do, to be sensitive to needs, and so on.” LGBTI community member – Tsakane
The training was very fruitful and not a waste of time and resources.
Training with Enza was good and hopefully more will follow
The course was informative, empowering and the knowledge acquired will assist us in dealing with human rights related matters better.
Nothing missing. I believe this is something new and we only need to get use to this manner of training.
The training was very well structured. Facilitators were available for any questions and queries ranging from the training content to connectivity issues. The training was very pleasurable.
I cannot find fault with this training nor the manner in which it was co-ordinated. This is the future and find it better to do online training than having to physically attend training.
I'm very happy I attended the course I don't regret my time at all.
The training was of high standards. Keep up the good work ENZA!!
I am happy to be part of this training. it makes me realize how important work as a paralegal is.
The training, the way it was presented and facilitated by the presenters was extremely professional taking into consideration the current lockdown restrictions which required the training to be done online.
The material is straight forward and student friendly. Very helpful.
It really helped me to understand discrimination that is taking place against vulnerable people in society.
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