here is more details on some of our past projects
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The Sanitary pads Drive
The Sanitary pads Drive, 18th July- Mandela day, was an event organized by Bathandwa’s Siyo, an active University Fort Hare student and resident of Boldpoint, Hogback.
She raised funds to purchase large quantities of pads, met and addressed two groups of girls, and allowed for a good Q & A session.
20 girls at Jikani & 35 girls during the camp at Hobbiton.
These girls were very appreciative of the toiletries that they received.
Birthday of the oldest resident in Hogback
Celebrating the birthday of the oldest resident of Hogback: Mrs Ketelo. She turned 104 y on the 18th July, sharing her birthday with Mandela. She received a fluffy, warm blanket as her birthday gift from Jikani.
Soup distribution on Mandela day.
Soup distribution on Mandela day. Street vendors and workers on their way home, stopped by and enjoyed a nutritious mug of soup & rolls. A huge thank you to SPAR and Lighthouse restaurant for sponsoring the ingredients.
A success story: Jandle Kidson, an experienced primary school teacher
& recent newcomer to Hogsback, took over the Wednesday
one hour English
lessons for the grade 7 learners
from the local primary school.
With an approach of learning is
fun, She turned these
sessions into a creative
learning experience for the learners.
The local Book Club donated
English-Xhosa dictionaries to each learner.
Alba & Dave kindly donated
crayons, coloring in pencils
, glue, stickers and all kinds of interesting learning resources which proved to be very welcome and handy.The Cape Parrot Project donated readers, called Zeek & Squeak, artistically illustrated, which the learners