Launch of new education project

2017-02-15 06:03
The nominated children and sponsors at the UAC Training Centre.

The nominated children and sponsors at the UAC Training Centre.

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THE Umvoti Aids Centre proudly launched its new education partnership with St James Anglican Church on 1 February aimed at Grade 1 and Grade 2 pupils.
A total of 24 children from Nhlalkahle and surrounds will be taught maths, English and computer literacy. The classes will take place at the centre after school four days a week.

Spokesman for Umvoti Aids centre told Greytown Gazette: “We are thankful for the support of the church as well as Rishad’s Computers and Harry’s Bar and Grill who donated time and money towards the upgrade of our old laptops.”

If any members of the public is willing to help with nominal sponsorship or services towards the project or wish to know more, they must call Dips on 082 380 3489.

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