African Impact Foundation partnered with Kuyasa Educare Centre in 2016, however in 2018 the preschool lost their government accreditation due to a change in building regulations. The current Pre-Grade R classroom is falling apart & is unsafe for students & teachers. It lacks safety measures & endangers their lives. Re-building this classroom will allow them to receive government funding, & ensure the children have a safe place to learn, build skills, & prepare for primary school.
A school aims to help children grow into intelligent adults for a bright future as an educated individual in society. However, due to high poverty rates, these facilities struggle financially & need support to provide the children with the resources they need to enrich their education & allow for proper physical & mental development. Without government registration & funding, children in the area will not receive quality ECD education & the opportunity to go to primary school may be at risk.
The goal of this project is to re-build Kuyasa's Pre-Grade R classroom, not only to provide a safe learning environment, but also to meet required building standards. This will allow them to register for government funding to sustain the development of the children to become school ready & receive the necessary developmental support for a successful future. As a registered ECD school, they will be able to receive teacher trainings to ensure the children are receiving high quality education.
Enabling Kuyasa to regain their government accreditation will create a positive & sustainable change in the future of education for the students, teachers, & community. To ensure the sustainability and longevity of the African Impact Foundation during COVID-19, donations made via this page as of April 10, 2020, will be used to support all of our projects and operations across Southern and Eastern Africa.