Our team is comprised of smart and dedicated people who believe in our long-term vision, that it is indeed possible for all South African kids to learn to read for meaning and calculate with confidence by age 10 by 2030. These are the people we trust to lead our programs, develop our materials, and advocate for their widespread uptake by government.
Qhamani is an experienced development practitioner, researcher, policy analyst and registered professional planner. He has experience managing a range of community development projects and programmes related to informal settlement upgrading, urban governance, urban reform and early childhood development.
He holds a masters degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of the Free State and is currently pursuing his PhD in Urban Planning at the University of Stellenbosch. His activism is underpinned by ideals of social justice, concepts of shared citizen power and the pursuit of an equitable society.
He often writes on the intersection between space, people and basic services, his work has been published on many of South Africa’s popular news platforms.
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