|Activities for the little ones.|
The facility has provided quality services to orphaned and vulnerable children, and improved the lives of countless people in the communities it serves.
In the last financial year a number of milestones were reached, including the training of three employees as Victim Empowerment Coordinators who will assist in cases involving victimization.
A total of 842 people received support and assistance from the Toekomsrus Drop-in Centre. Of these 416 were children.
458 people were provided with a healthy, hot, cooked meal every day. Ten HIV/AIDS Awareness and door-to-door programmes saw 789 people reached and 173 households received services provided by the Drop-in Centre.
"While we have made great strides, achieved much, and look forward to ever greater things in the years to come, there are a number of challenges we face," says Programme Manager, Kenneth Malepe.
"There is a great need for more office equipment. In addition there is a shortage of items such as children's chairs, tables and kitchen equipment."