Family in Focus Programme (FIF)
Parents who can't afford to pay fees for ECD are stimulated to educate their children in the comfort of their own homes. The main aim of this programme is to train and support homecarers to stimulate young children and their caregivers who's skills and capacity are developed to stimulate and develop their children and to make their homes learning environments for their children. This program is available to the community members who cannot afford to send their children to ECD Centres.
- Tea mornings/Parenting workshops, 2 times in a month per home visitor
- structure: opening/welcome; prayer; ice breaker; theoretical approach: specific topic; practical approach: parents make educational material; questions; closing
- Road shows at clinics
Potential Development Programme(PDP)
Is a daily after school programme for all children. Mondays – Thursdays 14h30- 16h00. The PDP teaches life skills and provides a safe and healthy environment for recreation and learning.
The President's Award program (TPA)
This program provides a balanced and non-competitive framework for self-development, physical recreation, community service and the adventurous journey. The program is an exciting personal challenge to young people between the ages of 14-25. The young people meet every Friday at 24 Jeftha Cresent, Groendal, 14h30-16h00. This program encourages, personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility and service to the community.
is a full-day programme we run every school holiday. We teach the children life skills and expose them to sports, arts and crafts, compassion work.
consists of 10 life-skills areas primarily directed to assist children and youth to make wise decisions and to be responsible citizens.
Alcohol and Drugs prevention
in schools, during the Potential Development and the Holiday programme, but also in our contacts with parents and families. Also Awarness and Prevention Programmes within the community. Please see events to come, 2013!
services are offered.
Focussing on children and parents to equip them with swimming skills in order to use their time constructively. This programme helps to reduce the statistics of drowning. Youth Empowerment Action in Franschhoek is managing the swimming pool of Franschhoek High. The swimming pool is open to all the community members.
Child Protection Day
in collaboration with schools
- December Holiday Programme : 9 December 2013-201 December 2013
- Alcohol and Drug Awarness and Prevention- Guest Speaker Ellen Pakkies
- 16 DAYS OF ACTIVISM
- HIV / AIDS AWARNESS DAY in Collaboration with other organisations in Franschhoek
- 24 December 2013 – Christmas Party with children and youth who are registered into our programmes