Henley South Africa's MAP+ students complete NGO programme

10 December 2015

Henley South Africa's MAP+ students complete NGO programme

Students at Henley Business School Africa’s Managers’ Accelerated Progression Programme (MAP+) have just completed Henley’s latest seven month programme which includes assisting selected NGOs to facilitate solutions.

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Students at Henley Business School Africa’s Managers’ Accelerated Progression Programme (MAP+) have just completed Henley’s latest seven month programme which includes assisting selected NGOs to facilitate solutions.

The NGOs participating in the programme were Special Olympics South Africa (SOSA); South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG); iThemba Social Counselling, a social counselling organisation in Centurion; Germiston Family and Child Welfare; Lambano Sanctuary; Tears; Rare Diseases SA; and Healthchek International.

See the full story on the Henley South Africa website.