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ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD), Education, Youth
One of the most uplifting stories to come out of the activities at our universities countrywide is the new partnership between the University of Johannesburg (UJ) and READ which sees student teachers – third year, foundation phase of the Faculty of Education – using their imagination to make free, portable libraries so that books and other reading material can be more accessible to young learners.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD), Youth
Image: A view from the street Empowering communities through active co-design

The Cape Town Partnership has asked Rory Williams, Cape Times columnist and writer on urban issues, to look at our work and see what he finds. His ‘outside view’ will be presented in a series of articles that will explore the human side of our projects. We hope they will stimulate some necessary conversations.   Read More...

COMPANY NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD), Social & Community
Image: Pampering session for girls from Reach for a Dream On Friday afternoon, May 16, the Reach For A Dream Foundation, in conjunction with Emperors Palace, made dreams come true

On Friday 16 May 2014, Emperors Palace hosted some girls from Reach for a Dream and had a pampering session with them. Please find attached images from the pampering session for your consideration.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: Khulisa tackles child poverty at crèche

The doors to hope and a brighter future were opened to the children of Masihlalisane Crèche in Tsakane this morning (Thursday) when they were visited by Khulisa Project, as well as celebrities Paul Modjaji and Cara.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: Supporting and empowering children to believe in themselves and escape a life of poverty The multi-stakeholder launch also saw a partnership between Khulisa and the local Johannesburg SAPS branch being formed with the mutual aim of combatt

Khulisa Social Solutions launched the ‘Daring to Dream’ movement’s Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme, in April 2014, in order to create hope and a brighter future for young children living in some of the poorest and hardest to reach communities in South Africa.

ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: About the ‘Daring to Dream’ Movement - a collaboration that unlocks the potential of SA’s children

The ‘Daring to Dream’ movement, in collaboration with top dance sensation Cara and internationally acclaimed dancer Paul Modjadji, will continue to; inspire, empower and enable South African children to unlock their potential and develop skills towards building a positive future.   Read More...

HEADLINES, Civil Action/Philanthropy, Advocacy , Early Childhood Development (ECD), Funding, Health
Image: Engen donates R4 million to Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital The R4m will be used to build the paediatric surgical wards, and so facilitate the provision of medical, surgical and nursing care for children
The need for a tertiary paediatric hospital in South Africa is greater than ever and can no longer be ignored, stated Sibongile Mkhabela, CEO of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust at the announcement that Engen Petroleum is contributing R4 million towards the building of a new facility that will carry Madiba’s name.   Read More...

ALL THE NEWS , Early Childhood Development (ECD)
Image: ECD teachers take a load off for Teacher Appreciation Day

The role of a teacher can sometimes be a stressful and tiring one, especially if the teacher works in an overcrowded and under-resourced classroom. Many teachers rarely take time off for themselves or to do something enjoyable. SAEP's ECD programme typically runs teacher trainings every other Wednesday, however last Wednesday, SAEP staff and volunteers felt our partner ECD Centre teachers were overdue for a day of relaxation and fun.   Read More...

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