Welfare hosts HIV/Aids training programme

2016-04-20 06:00
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KINGSBURGH Child Welfare hosted an AECI-funded Edu-Toys training programme on HIV/Aids on 14 April at the welfare’s office.

Bobbi Bear’s Jackie Branfield conducted the presentation which helps teachers create awareness and education regarding HIV, using toys.

“Our goal was to recognise the importance of educating children at preschool level to prevent the risk of infection. We therefore empowered a group of teachers with skills on how to use the toys to facilitate learning about the virus,” said senior social worker Sandra Govender.

Should early children’s development centres require training on HIV/Aids Edu-Toys, they must contact Govender or Janette on 031 916 2274 or 031 916 3007 during office hours - 8am to 12pm or leave a message on the answering machine.
- Supplied.

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