Partners

strong partnerships for healthy communities

Madulammoho operates on the philosophy that strong partnerships are a key element to success.

The sharing of information and skills is necessary when it comes to fostering a holistic community, and a real partnership is one in which each party brings something to the table.

madulammoho & metro evangelical services (mes)

Madulammoho and MES work in a sibling arrangement. We undertake the "hardware" of housing development and management, while MES deals with the "software" of social development.

Together, Madulammoho and MES operate a 72-hour emergency shelter, a creche facility and training and assessment centers for our low-income clients. While Madulammoho provides the facilities (or hardware), MES deals with the operation of these important services (or software).
 

ekhaya neighbourhood city improvement district (ekhaya cid)

Madulammoho is a leading stakeholder in the eKhaya Neighbourhood City Improvement District (CID). The eKhaya CID is comprised of property owners (for-profit and non-profit) who have pioneered a model of urban regeneration that looks past the simple delivery of housing to focus on the realization of well-functioning, sustainable neighbourhood development that promotes community and an empowered citizenry.

The eKhaya CID has demonstrated that while it may be easier and quicker to simply deal with the physical aspects of regeneration, the social aspects - concerning people and communities and dealing with issues of good management and sound relationships - are critical to making neighbourhood regeneration sustainable.

Madulammoho's CEO, Renier Erasmus, is eKhaya's acting chair.

national association of social housing organizations (nasho)

The National Association of Social Housing Organisations (NASHO) is a member-based federation of 16 social housing institutions with one affiliated member, who together own and/or manage 23, 044 housing units across the country. Affiliated/member institutions are all non-profit institutions operating within the rental and co-operative tenure options for low- to middle-income families.

NASHO serves its members with advocacy, information and training, maintaining strong links between NASHO and its members in order to reduce the isolation of individual members and ensure that services and information are widely available.

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