Stimulating rural and under privileged children through Early Childhood DevelopmentHow can we help?
Ntataise Lowveld is an Accredited Training Provider, delivering training and support in the field of Early Childhood Development.View Programmes
Ntataise Lowveld Trust was established in 1986 as a mentee of Ntataise Trust, Viljoenskroon.Read More
Our aim is to assist rural and under-privileged children during their Early Childhood Development years so that they can perform better and with greater success through their formal schooling years.
We do this by training ECD Practitioners and their assistants through formal Childhood Development programs. Our focus is on the Mpumalanga Lowveld.
We directly impacted and changed the lives of 47 234 children. Giving them the basic child development required.
We have transformed 1 566 ECD (Early Childhood Development) Centres across Mpumalanga.
We have trained 1 863 practitioners within our community, pre-schools and ECD centres.
Ntataise Lowveld is an Accredited Training Provider, delivering training and support in the field of Early Childhood Development.
We use the well-researched training materials and assessment guides developed by Ntataise Lowveld Trust, Viljoenskroon and offer Courses (Core, Electives + Fundamentals which is Maths + Literacy, Level 4, leading to a Full National Qualification Certificate in ECD.
For some, it offers the chance to give back to their community or make a difference in the lives of people around them.
For others, it provides an opportunity to develop new skills or build on existing capabilities. Regardless of the motivation, we appreciate each and every helping hand.I want to help
However you decide to donate to us, your money will go towards supporting the 2000 plus people that we work with each year. Whatever the amount, your money will help us to make a lasting impact to the lives of under privilaged children.Make a donation
Since 1986 Ntataise Lowveld has influenced the lives of thousands of children through our training. To date we have received more than 14 awards for the efforts and work we do.See our awards
We are grateful to the foundations, government agencies, individual donors, universities, associations, private companies and other clients who support our work, as well as the organizations we partner with to propel our missionSee our funders
We are glad to announce our 2020 new venture to the rural area of Sabi Sand Wildtuin; with immediate focus on Utah and Dixie communities which forms part of the Northern cluster. These communities are less privileged with very little exposure to adequate and up to date ECD services.See our future plans