About Us

Our areas of expertise

Enza has a multi-talented team of subject matter experts, materials developers, assessors, researchers, creatives and facilitators. Our niche is in e-learning and research; building knowledge, skills and changing attitudes.


Enza specialises in developing and delivering strategic research and training interventions that are relevant and responsive to the needs of our partners. Over the past 17 years, we have worked with private and public organisations, local and international NGOs, government departments, trade unions, corporates and donors, to deliver a range of interventions, from small projects to award-winning national, multi-sectoral programmes including


  • Addressing sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR); HIV: sexual and gender-based violence and femicide (SGBVF); human rights and the law, sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI), women’s rights.
  • Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) surveys
  • Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) training and tools
  • Design, development and curation of eLearning content
  • Unit standards-based HIV training programmes
  • Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) of health, justice and social programmes


We can develop SETA-accredited training courses for a variety of audiences, from government agencies to civil society to the private sector. Our programmes are offered both in-person and online and result in a certificate of competence.

How we make a difference

We believe that building capacity in individuals and organisations is key – so that they are better able to meet the needs of the community they serve. For us it does not end there – we are committed to channeling our resources into our advocacy work – focusing on SGBV.


We aim to bring life to the promises of the key regional legislation, such as the Constitution of South Africa and the Bill of Rights, the National Strategic Plan on Gender-Based Violence and Femicide the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights.?

This video demonstrates our intervention model to promote community-driven responses to GBV and femicide.