Child Protection Week

To successfully inform children and youth of all races with knowledge regarding their rights as children and what actions to take regarding child abuse.

The Social worker and social auxiliary workers will be the coordinator who liaise with other NGO's and service providers to undertake a child protection programme during the week as set out as national Child Protection Week (June/July holiday).

Debriefing and follow-up consultations with learners at schools visited with the Child Protection Program.

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Development of Pre-Schools

Meetings with caregivers from pre-schools and day-care centres for training purposes - development and registration of the facilities - training of personnel on child development and needs:

  • Safety aspects
  • Nutritional meals

Cognitive stimulation and physical development - management and parent committees - financial management and administrative tasks.

Organise children and caretakers farewell at the end of the year.

Pre-schools to adhere to stipulated rules and regulations

Training courses implemented.

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HIV Awareness Campaign

Co-ordinate services/awareness campaigns with other stakeholders e.g.:

  • Department of Social Development.
  • Department of Health.
  • SAPS.
  • Local Government ect.

To strengthen the community's knowledge about HIV/Aids, in order to:

  • Reduce the stigma attached;
  • Reduce the spreading of HIV/Aids.

Debriefing and follow-up consultations with learners at schools visited with the Child Protection Program.

Marriage Preparation

The events are presented in the form of workshops where couples have an opportunity to further their own unique relationship as partners to design and construct their own needs, values, and spirituality.

The following topics are covered:

Marriage, according to Scripture, communication, relationship management, awareness of each other's needs, experiences, feelings, thoughts and expectations and marital roles,

forms of intimacy and sexuality, visions of love, the five love languages, the family of origin, laws and family, job and career requirements, children and their education, concerns, fears and insecurities, relationship priorities, marriage contract and community involvement.

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Training and Development Week

To involve children and youth in a one week support and educational programme (June/July holiday):

  • Need assessment with learners.
  • Discussion with parents.
  • Fundraising for the programme.

Possible topics to be addressed:

  • Rights and responsibilities.
  • Child/parent relationship.
  • Communication skills.
  • Sexuality and HIV/Aids etc.

Providing attendees with a nutritious meal. To successfully equip children and youth with knowledge and skills to empower themselves to obtain a quality life. To restore and encourage self-reliance and self-esteem.