Yesterday we had a visitor from GoGrow at our St. Francis Drop-in Centre. Everyone got their own pot and then our kind visitor explained how to plant and grow beetroot, spinach or lettuce. All the children could choose what they want to grow and then plant it themselves. In the end they took it home, with some extra seeds in their bags. In 3-4 weeks we will see what...
Children Growing their own Food
Recycling workshop Greenpeace
On Monday Greenpeace Africa gave a recycling-workshop for our child-clients at the Saint Francis Anglican Church. The Greenpeace-team started with a play to raise the kids’ awareness of the importance of recycling. Afterwards Greenpeace provided paper and paint so that the children could draw some nice pictures of the nature. And last, but not least, Greenpeace gave every child a cap which they could take home. The children had...
First Meeting of the Elderly 2017
On Tuesday morning we had a meeting with our elderly. They started with morning sports and discussed their plans for 2017.
After having an eye testing for all our children in the end of last year, we now had the same for the elderlys at the Tateni Office. Poor vision is often a reason for poor perfomance in school and very difficult to detect at an early stage by care givers, teachers or parents. We, as Tateni Community Care Services through our holistic approach to the children’s developmental wellbeing, have...
Throwback to Mandela Day ’16
A throwback to the Mandela Day 2016 at Tateni Community Care Services. See some impressions of this beatiful day below!
Visitors from HEVA e.V.
On Thursday we had visitors from HEVA e.V. – Help the Vulnerable in Africa. They also visited St. Francis, one of our Drop-in-Centers for orphans and vulnerable children. HEVA e.V. is an NGO from Germany that is one of our long standing partners to break the cycle of poverty. See their website here: http://www.heva-ev.de/ Thanks for your visit!
Annual General Meeting 2016
On the 5th November we had our Annual General Meeting 2016. Thanks to all visitors for coming! And as well thanks to the speakers including our board members and our executive director Mrs. Regina Mokgokong. It was a very interesting day for all of us.
“Mind My Money” workshop
Thanks Liberty Life for organising the two very interesting “Mind My Money” financial literacy workshops at our office last week! And as well to everyone who was attending. We all learned a lot!