Useful work that empowers

Community Work Programme

Useful Work That Empowers

Smart Partnerships

Useful Work

Imparting Skills

What is CWP?

CWP is an innovative offering from government intended to provide a job safety net for unemployed people of working age. Over the years CWP has grown and currently has a database of no less than 255 000 participants.

CWP

is integral in the implementation of the District Development Model (DDM) as it enables local economic development and skilling initiatives as well as service delivery.

What is CWP Reimagined?

CWP has been reimagined for greater impact, emphasising smart partnerships for artisan and enterprise development, targeting youth as key beneficiaries.

What are key Pillars of CWP?

The aim is to deliver useful work that supports service delivery and builds community assets through strong partnerships, both intergovernmental and corporate.

Tuesday, 30 April 2024 | 09h00am

CWP Smart Partnerships Launch

Mobilizing Public
and Private Sector Smart Partnerships
For an impactful cwp toward artisan and enterprise development

VENUE
Nangoza Jebe Hall, Ntshekisa Rd, New Brighton, Gqeberha
AREA
Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality

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Useful Work That Empowers

CWP
Smart
Partnerships

initiatives in useful work, skilling and enterprise development.

Approved PARTNERSHIPS

Efficient, effective, and value-driven service delivery provision requires a social compact with public and private sector entities, to meet socio-economic challenges facing citizens.