Resource Management Policy

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Southern Africa Youth Project identify and provide human, physical, and financial resources need for carrying out all require functions and activities of the Southern Africa Youth Project.

Human Resources: Southern Africa Youth Project provide enough suitably qualified personnel, on a full time or part-time basis, to ensure the quality of the learning experience and achievement of the specified Standards and Programmes and Qualifications.

Physical Resources: Southern Africa Youth Project physical resources including, facilities, equipment, and learning materials, provide to support the learning process and appropriate, suitable, and sufficient.

Southern Africa Youth Project provides a safe environment for the knees of beneficiaries, staff, and visitors by ensuring that all venues use structurally sound and secure and well maintained. Premises and facilities suitable for the functions they use for, large enough and capable of operating throughout the year with the appropriate temperature, ventilation, and light. Use of facilities for training and programmes and teaching and recreational and social activities plane, and include refreshment services and facilities, there require, to meet the knees of beneficiaries, staff, and visitors. The use of all venues controlled by the project management office. All venue bookings made according to a booking system.

Equipment and materials (consumables) adequate in type and amounts for the number of beneficiaries and the programmes undertaken. All equipment well maintained safe and secure.

Financial Resources: Southern Africa Youth Project provide sufficient financial resources to ensure Southern Africa Youth Project can effectively function when providing Youth Development Interventions. Financial support manages by the Financial Management Policy ECS POLICY 006.