Day of the African Child 2019

Children are resourceful when negotiating the demands of day to day life. They are equipped with numerous abilities and skills which range from intellectual and emotional intelligence, creativity, social relationships, resilience and other internal factors to find appropriate ways of meeting their needs. Children also have the ability to determine instances when they have to […]

Violence robs children of their well-being

Children are resourceful when negotiating the demands of day to day life. They are equipped with numerous abilities and skills which range from intellectual and emotional intelligence, creativity, social relationships, resilience and other internal factors to find appropriate ways of meeting their needs. Children also have the ability to determine instances when they have to […]

World Mental Health Day 2018

Young people and mental health in a changing world The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines adolescence as the period between 10 – 19 years of age. Adolescence is generally understood to be a transitional phase between childhood and adulthood characterised by extensive physical, cognitive, social and psychological development. Identity formation comes to the fore and […]

Teacher’s Day: Empowering teachers, building sustainable society

Today, the 5th of October, we celebrate the World Teachers Day. Teachers play a critical role in learner`s wellbeing. Teachers support girls and boys to acquire resources or assets for life that include social, emotional, physical and cognitive competences which foster coping and thriving. This year’s theme, “Empowering teachers, building sustainable society”, resonates with the […]

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