Piet Postema and Captain Mymoena took DG Ann on various site visits – first to Salesians where she saw the YES I CAN DO IT programme in action, the Stitch Ahead programme and the SMART WORK CENTRE. We then visited the Chapel Street Primary School new library and grade R classroom and of course the upgraded play area. We then visited Christine Revell Children’s Home and learnt from our Social Worker Cindy-Lee and our Grade R teacher Mathilda of their challenges with compromised children placed in our care. Our General Manager Anneline explained the challenges we experience with fund raising.
Salesian Institute Youth Projects
Smart Work Center: Rotary Club Waterfront’s 30 Year Legacy Project – Below the SIYP Smart Work Centre (ICT – youth employability).
Below: DG Ann, Captain Mymoena with Robert Magotsi with the learners. Captain Mymoena facilitated the procurement of 100 laptops from JP-IK, an international organisation specialising in smart laptops for learners/students.
Stitch Ahead Programme
Above: Models DG Ann, June and Piet with some of the garments made – bag, sanitary towels and clothing
Above: RC Waterfront and SIYP teams – Rotary – June Webber, DG Ann Wright, Piet Postema and Robert Magotsi; Salesians team L-R: Father Francois Dufor, Gabriel Hamuy, Tony Austen (School Principal) and Jo da Silva (Fundraising CSI).
Chapel Street Primary School
Below: DG Ann chatting to some of the learners in the Library.
Above: Mazeeda the librarian and ex School Governing Body Chair and Mrs Pedro the new Principal with DG Ann Wright and Piet Postema.
Christine Revell Children’s Home
Above: L-R: Cindy-Lee our social worker, Mathilda our Grade R teacher, DG Ann and Anneline our General Manager. The General Manager of CRCH explained that fundraising was one of the biggest challenges. Piet Postema is the Manager, heading up the MANCOM.