About FFSA

Our Vision

The vision of the FFSA is to create healthy, thriving communities throughout South Africa that are functional, making a positive difference to the development of a South African Society that contributes to the development of all its peoples. How? - By Educating and Inspiring all people, and especially men and fathers, through successful and effective mentoring courses, motivational events, targeted electronic media & awareness campaigns, comprehensive research and other resources. - By Training and Developing Men & Fathers and Leaders of national, business and community. Equipping them through fathering initiatives, forums, conferences, festivals and mentoring courses, using specially developed curricula, training and technical assistance with measurable outcomes. - By Engaging & Interacting with all sectors of society (National, Regional, Community, Business, and Religious) through beneficial strategic alliances and partnerships driving our positioning statement

Our Mission

The mission of the Fatherhood Foundation is to improve the well-being of communities by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, committed and loving fathers.

Executive Summary

The Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa is a non–profit organization that seeks to improve the well-being, and development of the potential of, all communities in South Africa through the increased proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, committed and loving fathers. The Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa was established in 2006 by Zane Meas who has, for the past thirteen (13) years been speaking throughout the country on the effects of, and solutions to, Fatherless-ness in South Africa. Zane has addressed more than 600 hundred seminars across the country on Fatherhood and has reached out to over 550 000 (five hundred and fifty thousand) people. Zane’s speaking engagements have seen him address meetings across the length and breadth of South Africa, in all the nine provinces. His presentations on Fatherhood have been widely received and continue to garner support from all sectors of the population in the country. Film, Television & Media FFSA established Malakai Productions and Communications as the media, television, film and training wing of the organization. Malakai Productions and Communications facilitates Client’s needs in a variety of different fields as indicated below. Positioned as a one-stop facility offering Clients comprehensive solutions for their communications in a quick, reliable and above all, cost effective manner, Malakai Productions has the capability to procure and offer services throughout Southern Africa. Through Malakai Productions and Communications; Industrial Theatre, Edutainment Television, In-House Training Films, Multi-media presentations and facilities, Radio commercial production, Graphic Design, Art Direction, Layout and Production, Corporate ID, Brochures, Industrial and Commercial Photography, Book publication, Photo Illustration, Cartoons and Animation, Access to and production of Business Television. Fatherhood Media™ (‘FATHER’ the movie, ‘Daddy Come Home’ book {also used in some curricula}, ‘Hart van die Vader’ Afrikaans CD) Fatherhood Forums and Conferences, Public Speaking Tours/Seminars For the past five years FFSA has been spreading the message of Responsible Fathering to all nine provinces in SA. The principal implication for fathering programs is that these programs should involve a wide range of interventions, reflecting the multiple domains of responsible fathering, the varied residential and marital circumstances of fathers, and the array of personal, relational, and environmental factors that influence men as fathers. "Father" is a telemovie conceived by Zane Meas and written in conjunction with Valente Bosch, who also directed. It deals with the issue of influence and fatherlessness, forgiveness, loss and reconciliation. It's basic premise is that we are all entitled to "a second chance". The story revolves around a single father who has to fight to keep his two very different sons from making the wrong decisions in life - before it's too late. In this process he himself learns a few lessons along the way. Play the embedded trailor below.
Reg #: 2009/012079/08
© Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa
Our Social Development Programs Include Fathering to Prisoners and Fathering from Prison The Department of Correctional Services has estimated that over 400 000 children under age 18 have a parent who is in prison, jail, on probation, or on parole. Given these numbers, it is important to understand how children and their caregivers are affected by the criminal activity of a parent and their subsequent arrest, incarceration, and release. Additionally, it is important to know which services and assistance might be available to those under criminal justice supervision to help them be better parents and to return successfully to the community. FFSA is in the process of developing and registering a program that helps paroled and freed men to reintegrate with their communities and more importantly, their families. International Men's Day Last year the Fatherhood Foundation of SA instituted the inaugural Dad of the Year national awards. it was our way of celebrating International Mens Day and was held in partnership with the Department of Social Development Gauteng. Since 1999 the methods of commemorating International Men's Day have included public seminars, classroom activities at schools, radio and television programs, Church observances, peaceful gatherings and marches, awards ceremonies, and art displays. International Men's Day has the potential to become the global medium to heal our world. The concept and themes of IMD are designed to give hope to the depressed, faith to the lonely, comfort to the broken-hearted, transcend barriers, eliminate stereotypes and create a more caring humanity
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FATHERHOOD FOUNDATION OF SOUTH AFRICA
Reg #: 2009/012079/08
© Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa

About FFSA

Our Vision

The vision of the FFSA is to create healthy, thriving communities throughout South Africa that are functional, making a positive difference to the development of a South African Society that contributes to the development of all its peoples. How? - By Educating and Inspiring all people, and especially men and fathers, through successful and effective mentoring courses, motivational events, targeted electronic media & awareness campaigns, comprehensive research and other resources. - By Training and Developing Men & Fathers and Leaders of national, business and community. Equipping them through fathering initiatives, forums, conferences, festivals and mentoring courses, using specially developed curricula, training and technical assistance with measurable outcomes. - By Engaging & Interacting with all sectors of society (National, Regional, Community, Business, and Religious) through beneficial strategic alliances and partnerships driving our positioning statement

Our Mission

The mission of the Fatherhood Foundation is to improve the well-being of communities by increasing the proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, committed and loving fathers.

Executive Summary

The Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa is a non–profit organization that seeks to improve the well- being, and development of the potential of, all communities in South Africa through the increased proportion of children growing up with involved, responsible, committed and loving fathers. The Fatherhood Foundation of South Africa was established in 2006 by Zane Meas who has, for the past thirteen (13) years been speaking throughout the country on the effects of, and solutions to, Fatherless-ness in South Africa. Zane has addressed more than 600 hundred seminars across the country on Fatherhood and has reached out to over 550 000 (five hundred and fifty thousand) people. Zane’s speaking engagements have seen him address meetings across the length and breadth of South Africa, in all the nine provinces. His presentations on Fatherhood have been widely received and continue to garner support from all sectors of the population in the country. Film, Television & Media FFSA established Malakai Productions and Communications as the media, television, film and training wing of the organization. Malakai Productions and Communications facilitates Client’s needs in a variety of different fields as indicated below. Positioned as a one-stop facility offering Clients comprehensive solutions for their communications in a quick, reliable and above all, cost effective manner, Malakai Productions has the capability to procure and offer services throughout Southern Africa. Through Malakai Productions and Communications; Industrial Theatre, Edutainment Television, In- House Training Films, Multi-media presentations and facilities, Radio commercial production, Graphic Design, Art Direction, Layout and Production, Corporate ID, Brochures, Industrial and Commercial Photography, Book publication, Photo Illustration, Cartoons and Animation, Access to and production of Business Television. Fatherhood Media™ (‘FATHER’ the movie, ‘Daddy Come Home’ book {also used in some curricula}, ‘Hart van die Vader’ Afrikaans CD) Fatherhood Forums and Conferences, Public Speaking Tours/Seminars For the past five years FFSA has been spreading the message of Responsible Fathering to all nine provinces in SA. The principal implication for fathering programs is that these programs should involve a wide range of interventions, reflecting the multiple domains of responsible fathering, the varied residential and marital circumstances of fathers, and the array of personal, relational, and environmental factors that influence men as fathers. "Father" is a telemovie conceived by Zane Meas and written in conjunction with Valente Bosch, who also directed. It deals with the issue of influence and fatherlessness, forgiveness, loss and reconciliation. It's basic premise is that we are all entitled to "a second chance". The story revolves around a single father who has to fight to keep his two very different sons from making the wrong decisions in life - before it's too late. In this process he himself learns a few lessons along the way. Play the embedded trailor below.
‘FATHER’ Movie Trailer
Our Social Development Programs Include Fathering to Prisoners and Fathering from Prison The Department of Correctional Services has estimated that over 400 000 children under age 18 have a parent who is in prison, jail, on probation, or on parole. Given these numbers, it is important to understand how children and their caregivers are affected by the criminal activity of a parent and their subsequent arrest, incarceration, and release. Additionally, it is important to know which services and assistance might be available to those under criminal justice supervision to help them be better parents and to return successfully to the community. FFSA is in the process of developing and registering a program that helps paroled and freed men to reintegrate with their communities and more importantly, their families. International Men's Day Last year the Fatherhood Foundation of SA instituted the inaugural Dad of the Year national awards. it was our way of celebrating International Mens Day and was held in partnership with the Department of Social Development Gauteng. Since 1999 the methods of commemorating International Men's Day have included public seminars, classroom activities at schools, radio and television programs, Church observances, peaceful gatherings and marches, awards ceremonies, and art displays. International Men's Day has the potential to become the global medium to heal our world. The concept and themes of IMD are designed to give hope to the depressed, faith to the lonely, comfort to the broken- hearted, transcend barriers, eliminate stereotypes and create a more caring humanity
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