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2016-04-06 06:00
The Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza teams encourages you to join the campaign to Live, Love, Learn (L3). Photo: supplied

The Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza teams encourages you to join the campaign to Live, Love, Learn (L3). Photo: supplied

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CHILD Welfare SA: KwaDukuza initiated its inaugural fund raising Project L3 Live, Love, Learn on 18 March.
The event created awareness on child abuse and child protection - a critical social issue in the community and the country.
Welfare staff and management wore the Project L3 t-shirts on this day to commemorate the event.

Wrist bands and badges depicting the child protection theme were sold to the community as part of the fund raising venture.

Community members who purchased the items wore them to show their support for victims of child abuse.
Welfare senior social work manager Penny Dhaver said although Project L3 coincides with Human Rights Day, children must be protected every day.

“Badges and wrist bands with the child protection theme will be sold throughout the year.

“Remember child abuse is everybody’s business!”

She added, Project L3 was a resounding success with Child Welfare South Africa and Child Welfare societies in KwaZulu –Natal and business houses supporting this initiative.
The project was given national status by the National Executive Director of Child Welfare South Africa.

Project L3 will also be showcased at the Winter Fair from 1 to 3 July 2016 to commemorate Child Protection Week.

The community is urged to support Project L3 at the Winter Fair.

The management committee and staff of Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza also placed on record their sincere gratitude to schools, business houses, other welfare societies in KwaZulu-Natal and Child Welfare South Africa for participating in the fund raiser and for their valued support.

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