Welfare’s project, L3, off to a good start

2016-04-14 06:00
PHOTO: PRECIOUS GUMEDE Asking for support Sagree Naicker (left) and Nelly Njakazi of Port Shepstone Child Welfare.

PHOTO: PRECIOUS GUMEDE Asking for support Sagree Naicker (left) and Nelly Njakazi of Port Shepstone Child Welfare.

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THE Port Shepstone Child Welfare’s project L3, Live, Love, Learn, carries the message of support and protection of children rights.

The project was started in KwaDukuza on 18 March and has been adapted by branches­ nationally.

Sagree Naicker of Port Shepstone Child Welfare said they have partnered with Harbour­ View Super Spar to sell wrist bands and badges at R15, the proceeds of which will go to Child Welfare.

“The sales at Harbour View Spar Port Shepstone are going very well,” said Naicker­.

“We are also looking forward to bringing some schools on board in this project.

“Each school that is involved can sell their wrist bands at R14,” she said.

The project will continue into May as May is Child Protection Month.

“We plan to promote the L3 project more in May as we will be spreading the word about child protection.

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