CBE Advice Desk
The Council for the Built Environment’s third Transformation Indaba, hosted in October 2019, produced a number of key resolutions, in relation to challenges impeding Transformation in the sector. The CBE expects to deliver on these resolutions to ensure transformational progress. The main vehicle for driving these activities is the Transformation Collaborative Committees (TCCs), constituted in collaboration with the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) to specifically address these challenges. These TCCs, with support from the DPWI, are commissioned to engage with all relevant departments and industry role players to resolve key challenges identified by stakeholders.
The Women Empowerment and Gender Equality Transformation Collaborative Committee (WEGE TCC) is specifically focused on issues of women empowerment, gender equality and inclusivity within the Built Environment Professions. One of these TCCs objectives is to have a Gender, Youth and Persons with Disabilities Advice Desk operational at the CBE with consideration of other role players involved on issues affecting youth, women and people with disability.
The intended purpose of this advice desk is:
- To provide a central point of contact for industry related requests for advice or guidance on queries and complaints relating to gender, youth or persons living with disabilities within the Built Environment.
- To direct any received complaints to the appropriate channels and to ensure that they are addressed.
- To establish a database on the nature and frequency of requests for advice and complaints received to inform and advise relevant stakeholders.
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Gender/Youth/People with Disabilities Organisations (Advice Desks)
Contact Number: 071 627 1574
Contact Number: 021 486 7900 / 08610 42272
National Green Fund funding women-headed green projects for women empowerment working with EPWP
Contact Number: 086 111 2468
Contact Number: 011 029 0006 / 011 028 2410/ 082 560 0066
Contact Number: 011 403 2165 / 2938 / 372
Tel: 021 422 0255
Helpline: 021 712 6699
To book a counselling appointment:
Telephone: 021 422 0255
People with Disabilities
Contact Number: 082 990 7961
Email Address: email@example.com
DIVUSENI (Women with Disability Empowerment)
Contact Number: 011 326 3282
Contact Number: 011 559 6466 (Precious Maputle)
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Eddie Chaba)
Contact Number: 083 376 2368 (Carla de Jager- Project Manager)
Contact Number: 012 320 4718 / 073 811 3636
Contact Number: 041 582 1274