Child welfare enlightens citizens

2016-05-19 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Khosi Tshazi from Port Shepstone Child Welfare leads the programme.

PHOTO: supplied Khosi Tshazi from Port Shepstone Child Welfare leads the programme.

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PORT Shepstone Child Welfare, in partnership with the Hibiscus Coast Municipality, held an information-sharing session with Nyandezulu citizens­ last Friday.

The purpose of the session was to inform residents how to become active citizens.

About 100 people attended and listened to SAPS Paddock­, Child Welfare Port Shepstone, Thutuzela Care Centre, Department of Social Development, Ithala­ bank, the Department of Agriculture and other role players speak.

Sagree Naicker of Port Shepstone Child Welfare said people were made aware of the services available to them.

“Speakers highlighted children’s rights and responsibilities, safety measures to take when abused, adoption, types of abuse that people face and the services they can access, as well as agriculture and becoming self-sufficient,” said Naicker

The programme was led by Khosi Tshazi from Port Shepstone Child Welfare.


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