Dear Sir/Madam (Manager: Community affairs)
The Aslan youth development (AYD), is a South Africa non-profit organization, founded in 2013 and based in Cape Wineland’s
initial expand in Three Area’s The objective is to directing of youth in becoming more responsible citizens through sport and
culture where children and youth become active leaders in building a culture of peace. The encouragement of youth to take an
active part in civic affairs. It wasn’t too many years ago that the Kwanonqaba and surround areas earned its reputation as a
tough community with many of the same problems faced by similar mostly urban, minority neighborhoods. We heard too much
about crime, truancy, substance abuse, obesity, and Arts and culture drop.
Aslan youth development need to play a big part to the transformation Now, instead of seeing throngs of kids hanging out on
street corners with nothing to do but engage in illicit activity, you might see kids enjoying life skills and arts and culture program
on a warm at Asla park afternoon. They hit forehands and backhands while yelling “Nice shot” from across the stage; they pride
themselves on well-stroked balls; they shake hands cordially at the end of session and events.
Methodology consists of five programmes:
Request Dibeke equipment and Medals Easter tournament