Hubspace Khayelitsha is a shared office space for young entrepreneurs from Khayelitsha. It has now existed for 10 months and the Kaospilot students are assessing how well things are going in the hubspace from a business, project and process perspective, and then they will develop the space from these perspectives.
Shift is an organization that uses design as a means of solving problems in the world. The Kaospilot students will help shift with creating a launch-event for the Sustainability Caravan project that Shift is doing as a part of Cape Town Design Capital 2014. Furthermore, Shift and the Kaospilots will collaborate on branding and marketing the project.
Youth Solutions Africa
YSA is an organization that works with people in and from the streets of Cape Town. The organization has acquired a new space in Salt River and the Kaospilot students are going to support them in involving a group of their participants in the creation of a new day center that meets the needs of the local community.
Bodi Khaya is a retreat in Gansbaai. The students are doing vision and strategy work for and with the retreat. The Kaospilot students will co-create an idea catalogue that will hold suggestions for development of the space. The design question is: How can a compassionate business be sustainable without subsidizing or funding?
Seed is, amongst many things, a gardening project in a school. The project offers the possibility for students to learn about the environment through growing and nurturing plants.
The Kaospilot students are looking into the business plan of Seed and will after the an assessment phase lead processes to further develop their business model.
Help, I am Free
‘Help, I am Free’ helps newly released prisoners reintegrating into society through theater play. The Kaospilot students are helping the organization with developing a business project plan and a marketing strategy.
Colour Ikamva is an organization that not only changes the physical environment of a school, but also the mindset of the students, using creativity. Together with the Kaospilot students they will develop their workshops further, and explore creative and streetwise ways of fundraising.
Designing_SouthAfrica & Twenty Fifty
Design South Africa will publish a guide of Cape Town in August 2014.
The Kaospilot students will in collaboration with external contributors, help Design South Africa with maximizing the impact of the tour guide.
Ubuntu Academy & Save the Black Pussy
Ubuntu is an education in arts leadership and entrepreneurship for young people who want to make a difference in their own life and the lives of others. The Kaospilot students are doing a process in organizational development focused on clarifying roles and responsibilities. Furthermore the group is developing the business model of the school – focusing on creating a sustainable business for Ubuntu Academy.
Save the Black Pussy is a young campaign focused on raising awareness of recovery rapes of black lesbian women in South Africa. After a successful exhibition called ‘3600 in a Day’ at Infecting the City, a Capetonian art festival, the Kaospilot students will support the founder Asanda Kaka in developing a new intervention that is actively involving other South African artists.