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St Augustine’s

Full tummies and empty bowls at St Augustine’s Playschool in Walmer township, near Port Elizabeth! The GRCT has started funding the supply of e’Pap to St Augustine’s.

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Latest news from Penny and Patrick’s visit to 14 schools and nurseries

News from the projects which the GRCT supports in South Africa, as Penny and Patrick have recently returned from visiting 14 schools and nurseries there.

Fantastic New Outreach in Hout Bay

We are indebted to Rotary and in particular Keith Bull for so efficiently managing the new e’Pap feeding schemes in Hout Bay.

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e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project wins local charity award

The winners of the third annual Knysna Sanlam Awards were announced last night, at a gala event in South Africa. The e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project, whom we are proud to support, won the Local Charity and NPO Award. This is well deserved recognition of their work; the project now feeds children in need in 100 schools.

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And in Port Elizabeth…

The GRCT has been funding the feeding of e’Pap at John Masiza Primary School in the Walmer township in Port Elizabeth for 18 months. The children seem happy and healthy! A wonderful woman, Valencia, oversees the feeding in a structured, warm and efficient manner. The GRCT association in Port Elizabeth manages projects such as these,

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e’Pap Children’s Feeding Project – an update

For nearly 10 years we have been supporting Shelley and Peter Godsell and their team on the Garden Route, as they feed more than 4,000 children a bowl of e’Pap on each school day.

Shelley reports that: “It is always heartwarming to see the health of the children improve after a very short time and also to see the relationship developing between the volunteers,

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Painted playgrounds

The GRCT has recently funded the painting of games on playground surfaces, in order to give children some creative stimulation for exercise and play. We have in the past funded playground equipment for a number of schools. However if a school area is not fully secure, there is always the risk of theft and vandalism of the equipment.

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