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Teenage Girls Centocow High School

Giving teenages a hope for the future

 

For:

  • Community fund raising.
  • Raising awareness of the South African community.
  • Links with nurseries and pre-schools.
  • Making links in schools and communities.
  • Helping children to a better future

We are all Global Citizens

Global learning is an important element of education today.

Children need to learn about the interdependence of countries and how sustainability and development are world wide issues.
This project will bring these aims to life for pupils in the context of a South African village with which they can develop lasting links.

“The power of education extends beyond the development of skills we need for economic success. It can contribute to nation-building and reconciliation.” Nelson Mandela

Our Aim

Our Aim is to work alongside charities in a rural area of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa to help fund and support training and education from the Pre-school child up to young adults and teachers in their communities.
We aim to broaden our partnerships across the two continents and engage teachers in a dialogue which will lead us all to a better understanding of true fellowship.

We aim to work in the spirit of the Sustainable Development Goals to help;

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all
and
Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

 

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    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association

    Jane Habermehl an early years specialist teacher made links with a group of schools in Rurual Kwa-Zulu-Natal in September 2001. The Exmouth Centocow Linking Assoc. was formed on her return and over the years she has shared her knowledge of pre-schools in South Africa and revisited the teachers on several occasions.
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Zimbile and the Family Literacy Project

    One of the exciting developments for Devon Centocow Link since becoming a registered charity is the potential for learning from and engaging with our partner non-profit organisations. This opportunity gives us further scope for assisting in new ventures as well as benefiting our current projects.

    Find out more at
    https://www.devon-centocow-link.org.uk/2019/09/12/zimbile-and-the-family-literacy-project/
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Please help us to bring crayons, pencils
    to pre-school children in Centocow
    A member of the team is travelling to South Africa on
    11thOctober. Collecting from Exmouth
    Call 07525433456
    Thank you
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association shared a post.
    Nontuthuko Xaba and Nomusa Mkhungo attended the 1st Climate Change Summit hosted by the KZN Legislature on 14-15 August 2019. This was a relevant platform for us as we are aiming to involve girls to communicate the issue of 1, 5 degree celcius with legislators in National Parliament and Provincial legislature without generalising but presenting it as their truth at least at the moment.
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Exmouth and Centocow Linking Association
    Help us raised funds for the children and teachers of Centocow

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