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Vusumnotfo

Org #7170
Vetted since 2011 Site Visit Verified
1995
year founded
$44,943
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
2
projects funded

Mission

Our Mission - To build the human capacity to improve environmental, social and economic conditions. Our Goal - To strengthen skills at family and community level, to meet the developmental and learning needs of all children. Our Motto - Do what you can, with what you have, now Our rationale is based on a large body of international research, also reflected in traditional wisdom. From prenatal through the first nine years, a child develops the physical, language, emotional, cognitive, and social structures that lay the foundation for their lifetime. Children naturally depend on adults to nurture their development needs (dependency). If adults are not able to do so, a child's develo... read more

Projects (3)

Project Leaders
kathy gau
kathy gau
Team
Katherine J Gau, James Tsabedze
Organization Information
P.O. Box 229
Piggs Peak, Piggs Peak H108
Swaziland
+268 2431-4236

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3129390140
Organization Information
P.O. Box 229
Piggs Peak, Piggs Peak H108
Swaziland
+268 2431-4236

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 3129390140

Project Reports

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Jun 28, 2018
#29/Changing attitudes at preschool
On Friday June 22 I attended an event at Ndlalambi Nazarene Preschool put on by Vusumnotfo. This event was aimed at promoting positive interactions with animals. It is in conjunction with the upcoming...
Jun 4, 2018
#28/Small steps can address daunting problems.
This project uses animal care to promote responsibility and empathy; limitations of which are reflected in Swazi national statistics: Children without adequate family care represent around 45% of...
Mar 5, 2018
#27/Students taking action
The secondary objective of this project is to raise awareness about how to use animal care to promote responsibility and empathy in young children. The “why and how” of this is explained...
 
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