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School Child Support
Schools Support
Serving Food

School Child Support Programme


School Child  Support Programme - The programme identifies orphans and vulnerable children in communities and schools. Children in the programme receive a number of services including food, clothing, school uniform, academic support, basic computer literacy, life skills, psycho-social support. In schools Huresic establishes economic projects such as food gardens and poultry projects that would benefit children in the programme. School gardens are implemented in Xirhulurhulu primary school, Sebone primary school, Margreth Shiluvane primary school, Mavumbha combined school and Mariveni primary school.  Children in the programme are also incorporated to other activities of the organisation, namely, soccer, netball, volley ball, drama, modern and traditional dances. Care givers are appointed to provide care and support to the children. Children are also assisted to apply for government social grants through the programme. There are child centre committees in each centre elected by all children in centre to represent and lead them in issues relating to the wellbeing and activities in centres. Centre committees compprise of betweenn seven to 10 members depending on the nature of each centre. functions of centre committees include among others the following:


* keep order at centres and solve minor problems of other children and report to child care workers


* make recommendations on how activities should be implemented for the benefit of children


* identify children to receive awards or benefit for specific programme activities


* monitor behaviour of fellow centre members in the community and report to child care workers


* determine interest and needs of children which informs the organisation about necessary interventions to address the needs.


* collect resources including clothes and uniform from well off and good samaritans in the community for distribution to those who are in dire need.


 

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