Partnering, sharing and working together
to influence and impact language and mathematics
Leading | Connecting | Learning
The Zenex Foundation is an independent grant-maker
established in 1995 to improve language and mathematics education in South Africa through supporting the delivery of evidence-based learning, monitoring and evaluation programmes across South Africa.
The Zenex Foundation is responding to the impact of COVID-19 on education at a number of levels.
Our grant-making approach
- Identified clear focus areas,
- Exploring new initiatives to curb the impact of the pandemic in the education sector;
- Rapid, but thorough project approval cycle, underpinned by the principle of
Commitment to our partners and beneficiaries
- Managing current grants and projects and determining the impact of the pandemic on our partners’ operations,
- Utilising existing capacity,
- Ensuring sustainability of sector partners,
- Supporting new thinking and ways of working.
Partnering in interventions and participating in various local and international forums
- learn and share information,
- ensure our own efforts are co-ordinated and aligned,
- keep informed and connected, and
- provide leadership and counsel in sector.
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Our Focus Areas
Early Grade Language and Mathematics
Senior Phase English and Mathematics
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