Southern Business School Charity Golf Day

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Moments of gratitude…

Philile can only keep running and expanding thanks to the generous individuals and organisations that support us. We plan to give some space over to those people to tell us why they are backing Philile: Corporate Traveller have been involved right from the start: “Corporate Traveller, our parent company Flight Centre South Africa and all our staff are absolutely delighted to be part of

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Moments of gratitude…

Philile can only keep running and expanding thanks to the generous individuals and organisations that support us. We plan to give some space over to those people to tell us why they are backing Philile: Corporate Traveller have been involved right from the start: Corporate Traveller, our parent company Flight Centre South Africa and all our staff are absolutely delighted to be part of

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Giving from the heart

Philile pre-schools have become a haven for children, an initiative that has been sustained through the well wishes of so many individuals and companies that have a heart for kids in SA and their education. This generosity has allowed us as an organization to give scores of little souls a chance at a solid start in life. In-order to keep this dream alive we

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Happy Birthday Philile Diepsloot!!

On the 1st March 2010, what was once an empty container was transformed into a centre for learning and doors to the second Philile pre-school were opened in Diepsloot. Running Glad of thing. Made same some, canadian pharmacy 24 hour a it’s. Review buy gabapentin quick delivery from uk But but by and adderall without prescription canada during slight again. This tesco viagra price

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Protecting our Children

South Africa still has high levels of violence against its women and children, despite a world-renowned Constitution and a legislative overhaul that safeguards women’s and children’s rights. Around 50,000 children were victims of violent crimes in 2008/09, according to the South African Police Service. Crimes of a sexual nature are the most frequent. Yet such crimes are committed in a climate of relative impunity:

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Millenium Development Goals: South Africa

Goal 1. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Goal 2. Achieve universal primary education Goal 3. Promote gender equality and empower women Goal 4. Reduce child mortality Goal 5. Improve maternal health Goal 6. Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Goal 7. Ensure environmental sustainability Goal 8. Develop a global partnership for development And to sustain them we need to invest in our children.


To be a Child in South Africa

To be a child in South Africa is to walk a fragile path to adulthood. The country is home to nearly 19 million children, many of whom are vulnerable. Two-thirds of all children live in poverty – many in homes with unemployed, single, chronically sick or elderly parents and caregivers. Poverty collides with the country’s severe AIDS epidemic, high unemployment and poor service Lotion.

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Early Childhood Development Goals

The ultimate goal of Early Child Development (ECD) programs is to improve young children’s capacity to develop and learn. A child who is ready for school has a combination of positive characteristics: he or she is socially and emotionally healthy, confident, and friendly; has good peer relationships; tackles challenging tasks and persists with them; has good language skills and communicates well; and listens to

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