Community development to promote stewardship in water resource management. Working with 129 volunteers to develop capacity and enhance climate change resilience of the ecological resources. Support sustainable livelihoods in a peri-urban and rural community within eThekwini Municipality, through environmental health promotion, enterprise development in green economies.

Provide a structured career pathing training programme that provides volunteers with critical skills such as clearing invasive plants, monitoring river health using citizen science tools and solid waste management.

The skills developed provide opportunities for enterprise development and job creation. Awareness creation around issues impacting on the environment through a structured community education programme.

Promotion of water conservation by identifying potable water loss through leaks and burst pipes. Monitor and report spilling manhole to minimize the impacts of sewer contamination on the environment.