That all children in South Africa are educated in their home language on: the fundamentals of the human brain, how to use their full brain capabilities effectively, understanding their true value as a whole person, living for the benefit of others; not just themselves, the values of living life as a journey towards fulfilment as a life goal regardless of gender, age, religion or culture.


  • To support the Government of South Africa achieve their strategic basic education mission statement; “To see a South Africa in which all our people will have access to lifelong learning, education and training opportunities, which will, in turn, contribute towards improving the quality of life and building a peaceful, prosperous and democratic South Africa.”


  • To support strategic goals as listed in the; “The 27 Schooling 2030 goals” that form part of the Government of South Africa’s “Strategic Action Plans for the Department of Education” as listed in “The Action Plan to 2019: Towards the Realisation of Schooling 2030”


  • To provide whole brain education frameworks & programmes to our poor and needy people of South Africa, community leaders, parents & guardians.



In 2018 1.2mil babies were born in South Africa

This programme is aimed at all: baby clinics, hospitals, orphanages (and all other relevant baby centres), and ECD schools.

Through establishing relationships with all relevant stakeholders throughout the country, and via a registry system, we aim to provide a BNB to each new born baby under the guardianship of their parent/s or carer.

Each BNB would contain some basic and practical baby items (such as clothing and essential consumables) but more importantly would contain basic educational guides to: “my new born baby’s brain; and how to nurture it effectively.”

Each baby receiving their BNB is just the tip of the ice berg and the start of a life long journey and responsibility. The most important aspect of this programme is to on-board the baby’s parents / carers onto a MULTI-THRIVE sponsorship programme so they can obtain access to ongoing educational support and training material. Ongoing monitoring and support is a fundamental and vital element of the BNB programme if we are to have a lasting impact on the programme outcomes and to ensure that the programme serves it’s VISION.

A strategic imperative of this goal is to teach the recipients how to organise and use the knowledge after they acquire it.