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The Power of Play

“Mom, dad … come and look! See what I can do …” Whether we are parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, or for other reasons have children around us, we know that these invitations are often given. Children want to involve us in their world of play and fantasy, but do we really understand how incredibly…

Where Children Experience the Love That Every Child Deserves

Hazel Gigaba has worked at Give a Child a Family (GCF) for almost five years. She is a social worker and has many years of experience in the profession. Currently, she is the manager of the organisation’s Family Services Department, which core function is the Foster Care Programme.   GCF promotes that all children should…

Promoting Nurturing and Resilient Families

There are many things happening behind the scenes at Give a Child a Family (GCF). One is that our Expansion department has been busy conducting a research survey with parents for quite some time now, whereof part 1 is ready and part 2 currently is ongoing. Why does the organisation involve itself in such complicated…

Heal Our Land – Kingdom Expansion

The unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng province made international news a few weeks ago. Not many could have missed the devastation that followed in its steps and tragically affected many people’s lives directly. But, in the middle of despair, countless helpers came together to assist the ones in immediate need.  Give a Child a Family…

THE IMPORTANCE OF PARENTING SKILLS TRAINING

“It is not always easy to be a parent, but it’s doable. The more a child grows, the more you have to equip yourself to be able to deal with your child’s developmental stages. You will then know how to deal with difficult behaviours.” Important words to all parents from Nozuko Mtatambi, who has been…

Prevent Abuse from Happening

Having a conversation with Lydia Gordon and Monica Nomlala about Protective Behaviours (PB) makes it clear how passionate they are about the internationally acclaimed personal life skills safety programme. “It promotes personal safety with children. It can be applied in all settings; for children, adults, parents, professionals, workplaces …. and, it prevents abuse from happening.”…

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