Keeping our girls at school…

It’s crunch time. Our grade 7s are back at school after a week’s break and the schools’ staff have been working hard at managing group intakes, completing syllabi, and formulating a plan to ensure that all the children sit down to their exams under strict Covid-19 protocols.

We want our grade 7 girls to complete the grade successfully, with as little disruption as possible. Every girl has a right to live with dignity, to empower herself through an education. So there is absolutely NO ROOM for missed school days due to a lack of sanitary and hygiene products.

Today we distributed 140 sanitary and hygiene packs to our girls at Enkukwini Primary (Groutville, KwaDukuza) and Sandfields Primary (Tongaat) – Friends Of Sandfields Primary School. These two most deserving schools are looked after by strong, passionate leaders, Mr Khuzwayo (Enkukwini Primary) and Mr Ravendra Singh (Sandfields Primary), together with their team of dedicated academic and administrative staff.

We say a heartfelt THANK YOU to the following awesome donors for the compassion they’ve shown our girls🙏🏼:

♡Ms Sharlene Hariparsad120 pcks
♡Dr HC Jeena20 pcks

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