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Emergency response stories

Water and hope for Hammanskraal

Tap to turn: A resident of Hammanskraal is happy to turn on the taps at the new tanks The youth have also played an active role in the provision and maintenance of water infrastructure in the area Precious Msimango The community of Hammanskraal in the Gauteng Province of South Africa has had water issues for
Family affair: Stephina and her daughters tend to the garden In less than two months, what once was an empty expanse with just a few fruit trees has rapidly evolved into a flourishing organic food garden Craig Kudita Stephina Ramphadi has long been passionate about gardening. When she got her piece of land in Klipgat,
Packaged: Hampers of food and blankets were packed and distributed for those by floods Thousands left without homes after gale-force winds and heavy rain struck the Western Cape Craig Kudita After gale-force winds and floods hit the areas around Cape Town, ForAfrika’s Western Cape team were, once again, quick to respond as thousands were left
Thank you: Children from Acorn Day Care Centre give their display of gratitude Recently, two pre-schools in South Africa were given special treatment, ensuring that young children have a safe, clean space in which to learn and grow Nelisiwe Makhubu and Adel Terblanche The Acorn Christian Day Care Centre in Franschhoek, Western Cape and Gwegweshe
Sharing: Losse Rosten, Creation facilitator, shows some of their material to participants Creation, a Norwegian organisation, hosted a two-day teacher workshop for daycare centres Shumikazi Kwinana Teachers and caregivers in the heart of Orange Farm, a sprawling township located 42 kilometres from Johannesburg’s city centre, were overjoyed to receive some special attention last month. Creation,
Bowl of goodness: Toddlers in Fifi’s care enjoy nutritious meals every day A rural Early Childhood Development centre gets a nutritious boost with porridge and vegetable garden Nelisiwe Makhubu and Shaun Mosia Refiloe Segalo, better known as Fifi, founded the Bright Future Day Care Centre when she was just 22 years old. She was compelled