A day for young graduates

We love celebrating milestones; and threw fun-filled graduation parties at the end of 2017 for pre-schoolers from our Malnutrition Rehabilitation Programme.

These pre-schoolers come from challenging backgrounds and are often HIV/Aids infected or affected. But they spend many happy hours at our centres, receiving three meals and two snacks each day, and taking part in educational activities.

The graduation parties were held at two ACFS feeding centres and the children proudly showcased the poems and artwork they had produced in the year.

Food, song and dance were in plentiful supply and the children went home with happy hearts; eager to enter Grade 1. Thank you for preparing these children for their new chapter in education!


 

 

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