Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town

 
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has received 32 donations
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has made updates to their project page.
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has made updates to their project page.
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Happy New Year from Cape Town
    By - Sophie Birkett - Charitable Trust manager
    Happy New Year from the GVI team in Cape Town! We hope you are looking forward to 2013 and want to thank you for all your support through 2012, it truly is appreciated. As you may remember from our last report, during the registration process for the Hope Centre, it was discovered that extra work needs to be done to make...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    September Updates
    By - Alice Hawkes - Charitable Trust Team
    During the registration process it was discovered that extra work needs to be done to make the buildings more fire safe. Due to this safety factor we are currently unable to operate as usual. We are busy working with our project partners to ensure the building is to the correct standard so that we can be fully registered...
    • 2 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Farewell!
    By - Alice Hawkes - Charitable Trust Team
    This month GVI Cape Town said goodbye to Teaching Coordinator Melanie Welfare and Childcare Coordinator Tilda Christensson. Both of them played valuable roles within the Gordon’s Bay team and achieved a huge amount along the way. Tilda came to Cape Town as a volunteer in September 2011. With her strong passion and...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Meet the Parents
    By - Alice Hawkes - Charitable Trust Team
    This week at Kiddies Corner we had our first parents meeting. Yolisa, the principal of Kiddies, wanted to gather the parents of the children in her crèche with GVI staff and volunteers to explain to the parents what we’ve been doing with their kids every day and also have a hygiene work shop to explain the...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has received 36 donations
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Developing Skills
    By - Aoife Bulman - Charitable Trust Team
    All the children that are attending Nceduluntu’s Grade R are over five years old and they are all preparing for school, something they have been waiting for, for a long time. When we take a few of the students out from their normal class to give them some special attention, we focus on three things: Math’s,...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Amazing support for the GVI Charitable Trust
    By - Alice Burrow - GVI Charitable Trust
    We would like to share the most recent trustee report from the GVI Charitable Trust. This report covers the six month period from July to December 2011. This has been by far the most successful period. In six months we have raised nearly as much as we did the whole previous year. This increase in funding has brought a...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    End of term exams at ACJ
    By - Melanie Welfare - Teaching Coordinator
    The termly exams always prove an exciting time at ACJ. As Teaching Coordinator, I am never quite sure what is going to happen. In my first term, we made a contingency plan around the first day of the week when I realised that, no matter what the schedule says, normal classes are not going to happen. So this time...
    • 3 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Play area for children in Ikhayalethemba Village
    By - Will Frost - GVI Project Manager
    Imaginary play is a hugely important part of every child’s early development for many reasons. Mama Lumka and the Ikhayalethemba Village staff have always tried to encourage the children to use their imaginations especially as their toys and play equipment are limited. Since GVI started at the Village it has been a...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has made updates to their project page.
    • 4 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has received 32 donations
    • 4 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    The Hope Centre opens in Cape Town
    By - Will Frost - GVI Project Manager
    Donations and fundraising to the GVI Charitable Trust have now funded the opening of the new Edu-care Hope Centre in Cape Town South Africa. The centre begins to answer a significant area of concern in the Westlake community, that of large numbers of children not attending a nursery or school and spending the days on the...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    New Year facelift for Nceduluntu Nursery
    By - Nick Herrick - GVI Coordinator
    A new year sees the start of a new project. We have been working at Ncedeluntu Educare centre in Nomzamo. It is run by the same group that we work with at Ikhayalethemba Village. Mama Lumka told us that she wanted to repaint some of the walls, so we decided it was the perfect opportunity to help out, and with four...
    • 4 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Expanding our Orphanage Work – Fish Hoek
    By - Jim Bacon - GVI Regional Coordinator
    On our Cape Town Orphanage Program, we have just started work in a third location. Just last week I paid a visit to find out how things have started off – ‘very well’ is the short answer. The main focus of the project work in this area is in the West Lake Township. Here there are three nurseries typically trying to care...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    New Orphanage in Paarl!
    By - Catalina Grillo - Paarl Project Manager
    This week was the launch of our new orphanage Project in Paarl which is about an hours drive from Gordon´s Bay. It is a beautiful journey through the wine lands and you can sit back and admire the landscape and rock formations changing as you travel, its breath taking! On Tuesday we met the children who will be taking...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Paarl kicks off to a great start!
    By - Catalina Grillo - Paarl Project Manager
    This week was the launch of our new orphanage Project in Paarl which is about an hours drive from Gordon´s Bay. It is a beautiful journey through the wine lands and you can sit back and admire the landscape and rock formations changing as you travel, its breath taking! On Tuesday we met the children who will be taking...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town posted a progress report
    Plants and things that grow
    By - Lisa James - Project Manager
    This week at the orphanage we have started our new theme of ‘plants and things that grow’. Our new recruits have been coming up with some fantastic ideas from grouchy crocodiles to buzzing bees! Today has been particularly eventful with class B making some fantastic crocodile snacks using carrots from the garden, grapes...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 5 years ago
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  • Education for underprivileged children, Cape Town has received 2 donations
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Ross Deans

St Albans, Herts United Kingdom

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