We realise both our goals and the dreams of communities by empowering people and managing projects.

Empowering people

We offer personalised, non-accredited training, including soft skills training, in various fields to ensure community developers are well equipped to fulfil their roles and obligations to local communities.

Project management

Second Generation Consulting focuses on developing business plans, fostering stakeholder relations and assisting communities to implement their plans.

Our out-of-the-box approach to entrepreneurship and upliftment allows us to establish plans and projects that deliver maximum benefit to communities.

As part of every project, we forge, where possible, mutually beneficial alliances and associations with companies owned by previously disadvantaged individuals.

Our project management services include:

  • Conflict management
  • Environmental management
  • Institutional and social development
  • Leadership and team building
  • Costing
  • Implementation
  • Project monitoring and evaluation
  • Social facilitation
  • Research and impact assessment
  • Internal audits
  • Rural Development
  • Land Reform Implementation Programme
We have two flagship community-oriented programmes, namely tourism, wildlife and parks, and HIV/Aids awareness.

Tourism, wildlife and parks

This programme promotes tourism, wildlife conservation, preservation of endangered species, and arts and culture within our communities.

Programme services include:
  • Assisting communities, municipalities, tourism agencies etc. to apply for funds with the relevant funding institutions and departments
  • Drafting business plans
  • Implementing projects
  • Accredited and non-accredited training
  • Assisting with ‘after implementation’ project care and project marketing, including developing relevant marketing material

HIV/Aids awareness

This programme raises awareness around HIV/Aids among everyone involved in, and connected to, our projects.  

It covers the following focus areas:

  • The causes, signs and symptoms of HIV/Aids
  • Understanding HIV/Aids
  • Government policy on HIV/Aids
  • The stigma surrounding HIV/Aids (attitudes and perception)
  • Gender and HIV/Aids implications (cultural practices and beliefs, ability and inability to negotiate for safe sex, rape etc.)
  • Pandemic prevention
  • The effects of HIV/Aids on family life, communities and productivity (work)
  • Economic and social impacts of HIV/Aids
  • Living with HIV/Aids and relating to other people
  • How to treat people or colleagues infected or affected by the disease


“We promote tourism by facilitating the conservation of wildlife, preservation of
endangered species, and arts and culture projects within our communities.”