Staff

The backbone of our team are our Three2Six teachers and coordinators/administrators, who have themselves sought refuge in South Africa. For their privacy we do not list their names here, however we wish to recognize publicly the importance of their role and contribution to Three2Six.

Volunteers

Three2Six runs on as lean a budget as possible, allowing us to provide a quality programme for as many refugee children as possible. Each year we have dozens of local and international volunteers assist us in the project, from weekly high school volunteers, to volunteers in our holiday programmes and others who give up to a year of their lives to come and serve our children.

We are currently hosting the following international volunteers who have come for an extended period:

Murpry Phiri Local Volunteer
Marius Hartmann Germany (supported by CMI Germany)
Vincent Salinos Australia (supported CMI Australia)
Michael Stavrakakis Australia (supported by CMI Australia)
Daniella Alofs Germany (supported by Kindermission)
Sophia Falter, Germany (supported by CMI Germany)
Ben Bugeja, Australia (independent volunteer)
Rebecca Bromhead, Australia (supported by the Australian Government)
Dhruvi Shethia, Australia (supported by the Australian Government)

Jane

Marius Hartmann

Project Assistant

Germany

(supported by CMI Germany)

Mike

Rebecca
Bromhead

Development
Coordinator

Australia

(supported by the Australian
Government)

John

Dhruvi Shethia

Monitoring &
Evaluation Officer

Australia

(supported by the Australian
Government)

Jane

Michael Stav

Project Assistant

Australia

(supported by CMI Australia)

Mike

Sophia Falter

Project Assistant

Germany

(supported by the Marist
Province in Germany)

John

Benjamin Bugeja

Designer & Photographer

Australia

Independant

Three2Six Steering Committee

The Three2Six Steering Committee ensures parent and teacher engagement and input, fosters shared ownership of the project by all host school communities and engages specialists in the sector.

The Three2Six Steering Committee meets quarterly and is an advisory body for the project. It consists of the following members: Principal from each of the three schools that host a Three2Six campus Three2Six Coordinator/Administrator from each campus Parent representatives A Three2Six teacher representative Provincial of the Marist Brothers for Southern Africa Marist Schools Council Director Three2Six Fundraiser Three2Six Development Coordinator Director of Jesuit Refugee Services Southern Africa Director of the African Centre for Migration and Society at Witswatersrand University

Governance

The Sacred Heart College Executive Team is responsible for the Three2Six Project. It reports to the Sacred Heart College Board, which meets seven times per year and provides governance oversight for the Three2Six Project. The board comprises parents of the school, school staff, Marist brothers. The Sacred Heart College Board in turn reports to the Marist Schools Council, which is responsible for the five Marist Brothers schools in South Africa.