Sithand'izingane Care Project (SCP)

Sithand'izingane is a project with many volunteers, started by Dominican Sisters on May 22, 2000. In Geluksdal, not far from Johannesburg, they provide daycare for small children and after-school care. Nutritious and vitamin-rich meals are provided to these children and educational activities are also organized.

In addition, a group of women receive sewing lessons and education is given to combat illiteracy.
Hot meals are provided to needy children, five times a week in five places in two townships.

Every month, volunteers distribute emergency rations to distressed families. For this purpose, these families collect paper, plastic and metal waste, or work in vegetable gardens, also a project of the Dominican Sisters.

In 2009 and 2016, Hanni and Jos visited the Sithand'izingane Care Project.
  
Maarten & Jos
Maarten Bollen and Jos (2016)
 
In Sithand'Izingane realized projects:
- financing driver licence for an orphan boy (2006)
- purchase of school uniforms for 20 children from a high school (2006)
- purchase of school uniforms for 97 children (2006)
- payment of school fees for 3 girls (2007)
- purchase of school uniforms for 405 children (2008)
- coordination of a sewing project - financing Rotary Club Muscatine U.S.A. (2008)
- purchase of 350 boooks in 4 languages for the start of a library (2009)
- expansion / supplement school uniform project 2008 (2009)
- financing university study Thandeka Nkabinde (2010 + 2011 + 2012 + 2013)
- purchase of a laptop for Thandeka Nkabinde (2010)
- co financing Iveco passenger bus - main sponsor MIVA (2012)
- purchase Chevrolet Utility 1,4 pick-up (2016)
 

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