Since 2018, DeafNET in partnership with the Department of Social Development Western Cape has presented Basic South African Sign Language (SASL) to youth from different areas in the Western Cape as part of a Youth empowerment initiative from the Western Cape Department of Social Development. This initiative calls for improving education outcomes and opportunity for youth between 14 and 35 years of age, with a specific focus on NEET Youth (Not in Education, Employment and or Training), Youth in Transition, Foster Care Youth and Youth in after School Care, in the Western Cape. The training is an introduction of Basic South African Sign Language (SASL) and was presented in different Youth Cafés and other service delivery areas in the Western Province. DeafNET has successfully presented Sign Language to more than 480 participants from different Youth Cafés and other organizations, within the Western Cape province.