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Jems Foundation

Jems Foundation is a Non-Profit Organisation (NPO 169-591)  founded in 2011 by Shailen & Mel Singh with a mandate to transform society one life at a time. Jems Foundation focuses primarily on community development, youth development, educational development & fighting against societal injustice and inequalities. Since its inception in 2011 Jems has launched various programmes, including a fully functional counselling centre run by professional counsellors & psychologists, an Early Childhood Development facility (ECD) which takes in 25 students annually from near by informal settlements & a fully fledged drug and substance abuse rehabilitation facility. Jems also conducts counselling in over thirteen schools across the durban south-basin region and has counselled well over a thousand learners since its inception. Educational development is a fundamental aspect of our organisation, we have run several training programmes including, No Apologies, FFF & Anti-Drug programmes together with various stakeholders.

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Clinton shares his story about his journey with drug abuse & his road to recovery with Jems Foundation.

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