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What does Afrika Tikkun do?

Our Cradle to Career holistic development model reaches thousands of vulnerable children and young people every day, addressing their needs at every stage of their development, as well as supporting their families.  The programmes that create our model include:

 

 

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Early Childhood Development

Goal: To develop children from 0-6 to become school-ready Services: Basic numeracy and literacy | Play and creative activities

 

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Family Support Services

Goal: To strengthen the family so as to allow optimal development of the child Services: Home based educational support | Social security | Grant access | Parenting skills | Family preservation | Emergency relief 

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Child and Youth Development

Goal: To positively and dramatically impact the development of school children through centre-based and outreach programmes Services: Life skills |Arts and culture | Computer centres | Libraries | Learning support | Sports | Skills development

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Nutrition, Food Security and Support Services

Goal: To provide food and nutrition for all of our beneficiaries to aid their healthy development Services: Community kitchens | Vegetable gardens | Weekend feeding | Food parcels | Lunch boxes

 

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Youth Skills Development

Goal: To provide unemployed youth with access to opportunities that will develop them into participating economic players Services: Career Guidance |Skills Development | Job placement | Psychosocial support | New Venture Creation | Access to bursaries

 

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 Primary Health Care

Goal: To provide a holistic health care service that encompasses treatment for illness and the promotion of a healthy lifestyle Services: Home based care | Childhood disease management | HIV/AIDS and TB medication adherence | School nursing | Health

 

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Outreach Programmes

Goal: To provide specific effective programmes according to need in the communities in which we operate Programmes: Gender Based Violence Empowerment Programme for Children and Families Living with Disabilities

 

 

 

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