High-five for the class of 2015

Our feeding centres live a productive double life: they also act as afterschool centres and play an important role in helping learners pass matric. Most of our children live in tiny shacks or small RDP houses – and being able to use our facilities makes studying and homework so much easier and more enjoyable.

We’re especially proud of our matric class of 2015, the majority of whom did very well in their exams. The most exciting results came from a learner in a child-headed household. He passed, despite very difficult conditions, and we thank our donors for the huge contribution they made towards his success.


 

 

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