Child protection programme held

2016-05-04 06:00
Photo: tania sandberg Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare Society staff with crèche facilitators and teachers at the child protection programme.

Photo: tania sandberg Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare Society staff with crèche facilitators and teachers at the child protection programme.

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KINGSBURGH Child and Family Welfare Society hosted an AECI-funded child protection programme at its Warner Beach offices on Tuesday 26 April. It was aimed at providing school facilitators with information and skills on child protection and safety

“This programme is designed to provide you as crèche facilitators and teachers with information regarding child protection, to create awareness in the community regarding child abuse, to decrease the number of children at risk, and to encourage ECD centres to work with social welfare and Department of Social Welfare,” said senior social worker, Sandra Govende.

For further information visit Kingsburgh Child and Family Welfare Society at 2 Hall Road, Warner Beach or phone 031 916 2274 or 031 916 3007 during office hours from 8am to 12pm. Emails can be sent to kingsburghwelfare - Supplied.

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