We are approaching the final stretch of our first full school year at Bulunugula College! After a year of hard work, we came together to celebrate our learners, staff, and supporters. A day full of dancing, singing, and awards with family and community members!...
Give a Wave Project “Up to 80% of all litter in our oceans is made of plastic. At the rate at which we are dumping items such as plastic bottles, bags, cups and straws after a single use, by 2050 we will have more plastics in the oceans than fish,.”– Erik Solheim,...
We live in one of the most beautiful and fertile parts of the country where we have an opportunity to farm for food security and income generation. Therefore, one of the subjects offered at the Bulungula College is Agricultural Sciences. In addition to the theoretical curriculum, we have a strong emphasis on the development of practical farming skills.
Once again we had tons of fun welcoming the intrepid Imana Wild Riders to our shores: ‘out there alone, racing the tide’!
The Bulungula Incubator team were the proud hosts of the Wild Coast Forum this year
For the work of the Bulungula Incubator we have been warded the British Council Study UK Global Award for Social Impact. We are thrilled to be recognised on this global platform. See: https://study-uk.britishcouncil.org/alumni-awards/winners
We have been chosen as one of 21 Study UK Alumni Award global finalists for 2019 for our work at the Bulungula Incubator. We are thrilled to be chosen for this prestigious award and await the announcement of the winners on 4 April 🙂
Check out this short video for an overview of the Bulungula Incubator projects
The Xhora Mouth Administrative Area, where the Bulungula Incubator is based, has never has access to High School education. The highest grade level available in the area, at the local Junior Secondary School, is Grade 9. Hence, we have committed to accepting all...
In addition to excellent academic teaching, the Bulungula College has begun offering learners extra curricula activities including sport and creative activities. The College has partnered with the BI Vibrant Villages programme. this collaboration will enable sharing...
The Bulungula College team wanted to do away with traditional uniform styles, add a little unique flair that reflects how special we think the Bulungula College is 🙂 and importantly keep costs down for parents and learners. We decided to ditch the old-style tie and...
Towards the end of 2018, our Vibrant Villages programme launched the first in a series of Talent Competitions for the youth of the Xhora Mouth Administrative Area. These fun weekend activities are to give our youth something interesting and fun to participate in while...
From the 14 – 18 November, the Bulungula Youth Centre hosted an exciting Art Workshop. The facilitators were expert in bringing out the inner-Picasso in everyone 🙂
An important part of the Bulungula Incubator work is to share our resources, particularly the skills and toolkits we have developed and lessons learned over the years across all our projects.
In 2018 we began to develop a languages component to our online learning programme. We are still in the process of testing and selecting the best online programmes in this area.
On 27 August 2018 the Bulungula College held its first Open Day for learners and parents.
Under the energetic drive of our Vibrant Villages Programme Manager, Mzuzile, the Bulungula Youth Centre is providing interesting and exciting opportunities for young people in our area.
The successes of our excellent Health Programme Team was featured in the news, highlighting the important role of Homebased Care and Community Health Workers, particularly in remote and rural communities.
The Bulungula Incubator is constantly engaged in the improvement of our management skills and the development of a deep base of quality leadership for the long term sustainability of the organisation and good succession planning.
Bulungula Community Radio receives training from the Children’s Radio Foundation