1. February 2020
A workshop for ECD practitioners
2. April 2020
Delivery of food parcels Amandawe, south of Durban
3. May 2020
Training for 4 YOUTH AT ETA College continues on line.
4. June 2020
• Youth Dialogue the role of the youth in shaping the socio-economic
• Blankets, warm clothes and food parcels distributed to immigrants and
5. July 2020
Mandela Month activities to support and mobilise communities to support for ECDs with Clive Pillay, Nto Zama and Nolwazi Ncame, Sbu Masoka and volunteers.
6. August 2020
Workshops on parenting are underway-Mama Latha and the participants at an ECD workshop at Vulamehlo. The Theme is” Early Childhood Development: Seizing The Moment”.
7. September 2020
Reading for Pleasure will culminate to a Reading Festival.
8. November 2020
• The Foundation sponsored the youth who are in aviation to travel and spend some days in Hluhluwe, northern KwaZulu-Natal
• Graduation at Khulisa Pre-Primary school was a day of celebration
• Sponsor to Uphephile Creche.
• uPhephile Day Care Centre Graduation
9. December 2020
Uphephile Creche, Reservoir Hills at an informal settlement called Banana City
- Training for ECD practitioners was started in February 2020 and it is ongoing. During the 2021 Lockdown, we continued the work virtually; via sms and we also held a successful face to face session in April 2021. Photos to be sent. I know I sent them to you too. I will send.
- The students graduated at ETA. This year we do not have students at the College.
- We have continued to distribute food to the needy.
- The Foundation has also partnered with IPHA amanzi in distributing bottled water in ECD with drinking water challenges.
- Onsite Training of Committees of ECD Centres have has been conducted to improve participation in the affairs of the Centres.
- Reading for Pleasure and Meaning in partnership with Nal’ibali has spread to a number of Centres.
- Friday Learner Support Programme in Reading for Meaning. Mathematics and Life Sciences was started in February 2021 and it continues
- In partnership with a Women Programme at Lidgetton Farm we donated two industrial machines