About Us

About Us

After a long research and serious scrutiny on children education & development, and being privately involved in youth community services for years, Busisiwe Mdletshe & Sanelisiwe Dlamini together, began the undertaking which is now "BusiM Foundation"

Though the project activities has grown considerably, BusiM Foundation's main objective remains the same: Improving the knowledge and standard education of the children, Promoting the passion of education In the upcoming generation, Helping children to discover their talents, Keeping them away from the street, drugs, alcohol and premarital sex activities, all through proffesional designed and appropriate programs to deal with issues mentioned above.

BusiM Foundation is a grass-roots South African organization with the fundamental goal of improving the lives of children in the communities. Through partnerships with the local community, along with national and international groups, BusiM Foundation will be able to work with the community to care for those most vulnerable.

BusiM Foundation’s overall mission is to empower and educate young individuals to be self-sufficient leaders in their communities. We believe this is achieved not only through knowledge, it is also necessary for children to be healthy and to work collectively to create better solutions to some of the challenges they may face in the future.

Our Mission

BusiM Foundation exists to reduce vulnerablity to children through education support, community empowerment, and facilitating access to basic and appropriate Education

Our Vision

We envision a community in which children are Educated ,Skilled, Successful, and happy.

Our Strategic Direction

Provide psychosocial and education support to Vulnerable and disadvanteged children, as well as Strengthen BusiM Foundation's organisational governance and management systems.


Children’s rights education (or children’s human rights education) is the teaching and practice of children’s rights in schools and educational institutions, as informed by and consistent with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. When fully implemented, a children's rights education program consists of both a curriculum to teach children their human rights, and framework to operate the school in a manner that respects children's rights. Articles 29 and 42 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child require children to be educated about their rights. In addition to meeting legal obligations of the Convention to spread awareness of children’s rights to children and to adults, teaching children about their rights has the benefits of improving their awareness of rights in general, making them more respectful of other people's rights, and empowering them to take action in support of other people's rights