Each organisation we license in our programmes becomes part of our community of practice, and receives regular updates of our programmes and key lessons from each partner organisation.
The Mikhulu Trust is an implementing partner of the World Health Organisation’s Parenting for Lifelong Health Suite. In this capacity, we are committed to ensuring that the delivery of our programmes is evidence-based, affordable to partner organisations, and free to parents.
The Mikhulu Trust is registered in South Africa as a NPC, and as a charitable Trust in the United Kingdom. The South African NPC and its partners focus exclusively on implementation in South Africa, while the British charity and its partners operate in the UK and internationally. As a registered charity, the Mikhulu Trust does not pay organisational overhead when dispersing funds.
Save the Children South Africa, Seven Passes, Institute of Security Studies, Love to Give, Sikhula Sonke, Little Libraries, and the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention,
Southwark Parents and Communities Together Project. and the Reading Borough Council
Nostra Famiglia, and the Carpi Comune
South Africa and Lesotho
Prof. Mark Tomlinson, Dr. Chandre Gould, Marguerite Marlow, Dr Sarah Skeen, Sarah Gordon, Jackie Stewart, Prof. Cathy Ward, Nicholas Dowdall, Dr Miemie du Preez, Prof Dan Stein and Dr Karen Mare
Prof John Duncan, Pof Claire Hughes, Prof Ted Melhuish and Dr Joni Holmes
Prof. Sebastian Volmer, Esther Heeseman and Cara Elbert
Prof. Pier Ferrari, Prof. Rosario Montirosso and Dr Lorenzo Giusti
Prof Egle Mocciaro
Prof. Joseph Murray, Prof Iná Santos, Dr Suelen Henriques da Cruz and Dr Luciana Anselmi
Prof. Brenda Salley and Prof. Debbie Daniels