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Intersectoral Partnerships

A complete overview of our Youth Development Programme can be understood by taking an in-depth look at the organisations and departments of government that we have partnered with. These sectors vary considerably; however, they all possess the authority required for us to be the market leader we are today. At BOSASA, we utilise our partnerships with governmental departments to complete objectives and deliver on promises, which unite on education, rehabilitation and legal counselling.

Benefits of the BOSASA Youth Development Intersectoral Partnerships -

One of our fundamental principles is revealed through the emphasis we place on education. This is a tool with which people are able to broaden their knowledge and define their value. We also work tirelessly to uplift communities and provide ways for people to better themselves. Thanks to our carefully considered partnerships.


  • Excellent teaching resources – By partnering with the Department of Education (including Basic Education and Higher Education and Training), we have easy access to the resources required for proper learning. We also provide our staff with teaching courses and training programmes that are accredited and aligned with both SETA and the National Qualifications Framework (NQF). This means that we can provide a complete and effective solution for schooling at our centres.
  • The care and upliftment of our children – In 1995, we united with the Department of Social Development and implemented numerous Youth Centres nationwide. Together, we endeavour to continually improve the quality of the care and services rendered to children in conflict with the law within our centres.
  • Suitable legal aid – We have made successful alliances with three highly respected departments: Legal Aid South Africa, the National Prosecuting Authority and the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development. As a result of these partnerships, we are equipped to provide our children with the necessary legal representation in order to get a fair trial.
At BOSASA, each and every one of our trusted partners is regarded with the utmost respect and appreciation. Their continued investment and endless support has helped us obtain the necessary means to achieving our strategic objectives.

We take our title and responsibility as the market leader of secure care for children very seriously and will continue to strive towards being the best. We are fully committed and devoted to providing both unique and world-class child and youth care.

"Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential." - John Maxwell
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