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Who is ASAP?

African Solutions to African Problems identifies rural women caring for orphans and vulnerable children in their communities and develops their skills and knowledge so that they are able to create sustainable community care centres tending to the children’s health and wellbeing.

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Your donation can make a difference to the lives of the women and children in the rural Eastern Cape of South Africa.

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The spirit of volunteerism sets ASAP apart from other organisations. Together we can make a difference.

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Community Based Organisations

We work mainly in the deeply rural Eastern Cape area around Matatiele. Each community based organisation has a community care centre, organic food garden, chicken coops, a playground for the children and on-going developments to ensure sustainability.

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As part of the school holiday programme ASTAR qualified art therapist Andile Vokozela lead art workshops with the children who attend the community care centres in the villages where we have long term partnerships with the caregivers committed to improving the lives of their vulnerable children.
Art isn't offered as a subject at school and so it's a real treat for the children who attend free of charge. It allows them a space to have fun and create freely, to process difficult emotions to be safe and receive love, care and a nutritious meal. Co-facilitators are on-hand to identify children with particular emotional needs so they can be counselled through their challenges in a supportive environment.
Thank you to our donors and Andile for making this work possible. As you can see from the pictures, the children loved the experience.
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Two intern vets at the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries visited the children of Mantsele CBO as part of an educational holiday programme. The vets taught the children about animal health and well-being and the children were able to have their animals vaccinated after the morning's activities.
Thank you @Trishantha Govender and Michelle Westhof for your time in designing and implementing the programme for these eager youngsters.
During school holidays children are particularly vulnerable and so the need for safe places for them increases. They attend ASAP supported community care centres to receive daily nutritious meals and to participate in fun educational activities supervised by responsible, trained adults.
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