“Heavenly Father, the 300+ peer educators selected last January have had almost no training or experience since then as a consequence of Covid-19. May they still provide positive role models for community change to their peers; and for those continuing into 2021, please bless them with the grace to be changed for good as they try to influence other youngsters through the programme.”
“Heavenly Father, thank you for the peer education programme in the schools in Masoyi, designed to empower youngsters to become positive role models and agents of community change, and with focus on sex education and HIV/ AIDS awareness, and self-worth and self-confidence. Please bless those who have just graduated from the three-year programme, and encourage those continuing into 2021 in the challenging circumstances of Covid-19.”
From October’s Report:
“As I have reported on the September expenditure report that we bought sanitary towels, we have since distributed sanitary towels to 50 young girls from the surrounding Masoyi communities of Mahushu, Mthimba, Phola, Jerusalem and Swalala.”
“Please bless the K2 pre-school workers: Deborah, the coordinator and head teacher; teachers, Busisiwe and Dudzile; cooks, Corrah and Phindle; general worker, Ingrid; and security guards, John Ephraim and Isaac. May they show the patience, care and love that can only come from you.”
From November’s Report”
“There are three lunchtime feeding centres, Khayalethu 2 (K2, main offices, and pre-school) in Mahushu, Khayalethu 3 (K3, skills training) in Swalala, and at Magdalene’s home in Phola. In all the three centres we had a total combine number of 134 beneficiaries who benefited on the lunch time feeding programme during the month of October.
“At K2 where we are having many of our beneficiaries, we are dishing beneficiaries on the their school lunch containers, which they take the food to eat at home to reduce the number of children at the centre and we dish at the centre for the few to eat that do not have containers.”
AFTER-SCHOOL FEEDING AT K2.
“Thank you for all the older children who benefit from a hot, nutritious meal before collecting younger siblings or attending homework club. Thank you, too, for the physical exercise they get, and teaching about health and hygiene, house chores, and growing vegetables.”
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