Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!

by Ncinci One's Montessori
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Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Helping Rural Xhosa children become literate!
Nov 23, 2020

2020 has passed in a flash!

Planting seeds at home
Planting seeds at home

Dear Friend

As the 2020 school year is drawing to an end, we are delighted that six of the children will be graduating and progressing to Grade 1 next year, despite the many months that school was closed.  Lots of preparation work has been done with these children in the past two months and things are nicely on track.

We have 14 children back at school and 13 little ones still working at home, with their Masifunde Activity books and Finding Thabo posters.

Our children and community have been so blessed and are so thankful to The Maitri Trust, The Kamvalethu Foundation and First Children for the incredible support they have provided during this terribly difficult Covid-19 pandemic - food and hygiene parcels, stationery and an activity book for the children, monthly, for 6 months! Our community is most grateful!

Our lovely new toilet block is complete and the children and staff are over the moon!  Going from the yukky tin long drops to these clean, safe and beautiful toilets is a dream come true!  Thank you to SWSP for donating the wonderful water-saving EcoDry toilets to us, which use just 750ml for a full flush!  SDG 6 - Clean water and sanitation for all - tick :-)

A busy two weeks up ahead for all of us and planning for our #GivingTuesday fundraising drive.

Thank you and kind regards

Dawn

Food, health and educational parcels during Covid
Food, health and educational parcels during Covid
Our lovely EcoDry watersaving toilets
Our lovely EcoDry watersaving toilets
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Ncinci One's Montessori

Location: Coffee Bay - South Africa
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Dawn Brochenin
Hole in the Wall, South Africa
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