More than two million people benefit from Ditikeni’s success over the past 20 years, through our beneficiaries, the NPOs that work with children and youth, in crime prevention and reintegration, community development, education and training, HIV and AIDS, land and agricultural rights, people with disabilities, women and gender based violence, and poverty alleviation. A large percentage of the budgets of Ditikeni NPOs are committed to the rural areas.
Many NPOs have been functioning for more than 30 years, some as long as 60 (Black Sash) and even 100 years (SACC). All shareholders invited to invest in Ditikeni have stood the test of time, are financially reputable and are recognised for their contribution. Ditikeni’s shareholders continue to demonstrate remarkable resilience and discover innovative survival tactics, whilst safeguarding their means of delivery to poor and often powerless communities.