NASHO is a small but dynamic outputs based organisation.
We are committed to the development of a strong and sustainable social housing sector in South Africa. One that provides good quality, well managed rental housing to households on low and moderate incomes in well located parts of South African Cities.
To achieve this, we require a Capacity Development Co-ordinator to further develop and manage our Capacity Development programme targeted at entrepreneurial but non-profit Social Housing Institutions and other social housing stakeholders.
We are looking for a person who is highly self-motivated and able to work co-operatively as part of a team with at least 3 years of completed tertiary education. Preferably with an existing understanding of the social housing sector in South Africa. Proven experience in either programme or project management of capacity development or similar initiatives is necessary. A strong ability to understand organisations and to develop responses that can strengthen their ability to deliver is important.
NASHO is committed to equity in employment and supporting transformation. Our goal is a diverse, inclusive workforce that reflects the communities we serve. Applications are strongly encouraged from candidates from previously disadvantaged groups who historically suffered discrimination particularly racial and gender discrimination.
Applications must be submitted before close of business on the 28th of February 2018 to Vanessa Watman at: email@example.com
09/02/18Annual General Meeting 2017
On the 8th and 9th of November 2017 NASHO hosted it’s Annual General Meeting at the Parktonian Hotel in Braamfontein.
It was two days of positive engagement and sharing. Day One saw a number of speakers addressing delivery of Social Housing and the Greening of Social Housing. Below are the presentations used by the speakers:
The Technical Advisors working at the NASHO offices from the Equal Spaces Programme, funded by Global Affairs Canada also shared their respective areas of focus:
NASHO would like to thank all those who attended and participated in the event to make it such a success.Read more
On the 11th of October 2017 NASHO launched it’s innovation stream as part of it’s learning hub programme.
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The Innovation stream is intended to explore small and large transformative ideas SHIs are putting in place to ensure their SHI is as effective and efficient as possible.
Below you will find the presentations from the day:
Mr George Xaba from Emalahleni presented the following:
Mr Mike Marler from Yeast City Housing had the following presentation:
Ms Lindi Malinga of Makhulong A Matala, JHC’s community Development Company, presented the following: