Marang A Letsatsi

Aftercare & Psycho social support Marang a Letsatsi is a Sesotho phrase which means “the rays of the sun” was established in 2004 under the auspices of the Anglican church of Southern Africa.

The name of the church is known as St. Francis Anglican church. The St. Francis Anglican church is a friendly church, and has opened its doors to accommodate people who are living with Hiv/Aids, and use the church as a platform where people can find a loving environment to assist them deal with the pandemic of Hiv/aids in our communities.The organisation provides support groups for people who are

Operating as usual

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 25/03/2020

Marang A Letsatsi Strategic Planning for 2020...Thanks to everyone who participated in our program."We uplifting the community"🙏❤

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 24/03/2020

Working for community service project is amazing.
#proposals
#research
#fundraising
#love it

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 02/12/2019

Charity braai with Chef Lungelo went successful and thank community members to support us. Vuyo Khatsha to entertainment us and our children.

07/11/2019

ENTERTAINMENT

Special performance by #VuyoKhatsha Will playing Jazz music. 💃

BRAAI
Charity braai by Chef Lungelo Masiza.

#ChefLungelo as he is affectionately known has now ventured solo opening up his own food and beverage called Chef Lungelo. To allow visitors to experience the diversity in South Africa through the food and allowing them to feel a connection to their home country as well.

Imagine your car washed by #NdawoyamMediatainment models and Phakamani car wash. They will be part of this incredible event.

Come and listen to some good life lessons from #Coachtshandu as he will be giving us motivational words especially now that we are reaching the end of the year.

Please come through and support and uplifting our community.

ENTERTAINMENT

Special performance by #VuyoKhatsha Will playing Jazz music. 💃

BRAAI
Charity braai by Chef Lungelo Masiza.

#ChefLungelo as he is affectionately known has now ventured solo opening up his own food and beverage called Chef Lungelo. To allow visitors to experience the diversity in South Africa through the food and allowing them to feel a connection to their home country as well.

Imagine your car washed by #NdawoyamMediatainment models and Phakamani car wash. They will be part of this incredible event.

Come and listen to some good life lessons from #Coachtshandu as he will be giving us motivational words especially now that we are reaching the end of the year.

Please come through and support and uplifting our community.

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 04/11/2019

1st December is the world Aids day and Sunday chill. Marang a Letsatsi present Vuyo Khatsha to play Jazz music. Come and join us in our Charity braai by Chef Lungelo. Free entry.
If you want to have charity stalls, will cost R50 per stall. Contact Lungelo or WhatsApp @0734558900.

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 16/10/2019

To play a leading role in providing assistance, protection and guiding of our children, parents and community through educating, workshops and awareness programs.

We are looking for volunteers who have the same vision to better our community and nation to volunteer their time by joining us from Monday until Friday. Time: 9 until 5pm.

WhatsApp us @ 0733245125.
#safecommunity
#Brightfuture
#warmsociaty
#futureleaders

15/10/2019

'There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.”

Marang uplifting the community.
#Brightfuture#warmsociaty .

'There can be no keener revelation of a society's soul than the way in which it treats its children.”

Marang uplifting the community.
#Brightfuture#warmsociaty .

14/10/2019

About us

Marang a Letsatsi is a Sesotho phrase, which means “the rays of the sun” was established in 2004 under the auspices of the Anglican church of Southern Africa. To see the community of Kuyasa Mandela Park and Enkanini play its community role on orphans and vulnerable children are cared and supported. Our main offices is in St Francis Anglican Church in Mandela Park in Khayelitsha.
Our Vision

To develop communities that are crime free

Create communities that cares for itself holistically

To develop societies that takes responsibilities for its members and play part in skills development

Facilitate programmes that will assist all vulnerable children in our communities to be self- reliant, and to be resilient.

Guidelines for OVC programme October 2017 – September 2018
Services to be provided on a weekly bases for the whole month for beneficiaries :
Primary and health promotion service programmes for OVC.

Healthy – HIV counselling and testing, HIV education, linkage to health/HIV services, TB screening and education.

Schooled – in school education, out of school/after school education support, home based ECD, PSS

Safe – child protection and prevention of Gender Based Violence, application of legal documents, address substance abuse including child abuse.

Stable – Economic strengthening and social protection.

Our after- care school programme involves social life skills were we assist orphans and vulnerable children from 6 - 18 years of age and they are taught on regularly bases to be assertive, positive thinking, conflict management and leadership. Psychosocial support children are supported through their different challenges that they face and enable them remain optimistic and be able to cope when dealing with challenges they confront in daily lives. HIV/AIDS awareness, Mentoring, being Career Guided, theatre to express through plays and assist in reading and writing. It is through these platform that we nurture and encourage our beneficiaries to exhume their God given talent.
Since 2008, Marang a letsatsi operates without core funding and every person involved at every level of the organisation is getting stipend from social development. It is only through donations that we are able to provide a valuable service to disadvantaged children, and enable them to realise their potential. In February 2017, Marang a Letsatsi achieved and collected data in Mandela Park, Kuyasa and Nkanini, which we are working with 75 families and 275 beneficiaries and more than 50% beneficiaries have be help to get social grants, birth certificate, support to get HTC, TB screening, health care and jobs, these communities are fully participating in all the Marang A letsatsi programmes.
We are serving snack for 150-200 children after activities from Monday until Friday.
Our programmes we offer:

1. After school care programs
2. Psychosocial support
3. HIV/AIDS program
4. Reading club

1. After school care programs

Daily programme:

· Monday until Friday.
· Sessions start from 15h00 until 17h30

· We providing refreshments.

· Assist primary and high school children with school enrollment, schoolwork and retention of OVC in school, monitor school attendance and performance.

· We assisting children to stay away from criminal activities during the absence of an adult within their household.

· Application for each OVC to be exempted from paying school fees



Activities
o Life planning
o Tutoring
o Life skills
o Mentoring
o Career exhibition etc.

The program is cater 130 children from 6 to 18 years old in Mandela Park and Nkanini informal settlement.


2. Psychosocial support

Friday only, program.
· Sessions start from 15h00 until 17h30
· We providing refreshments.
· Provides loss and grief support groups for orphans and vulnerable children in the communities.
· Activities
o Counselling
o Behavior change
o Memory boxes
o Child safety
o Road safety
o Household safety etc.

We have 10 to 12 weeks Kids support group for Mandela Park and Nkanini informal settlement. We only serve 20 children for both branch.

3. HIV/AIDS program

· Promote HIV testing through peer education and camps for the children.
· Educate parents and guardians to know their status and to encourage parents and guardians to disclose their child’s HIV status to the child.
· We running support groups for people are affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.
· Promote healthy living for the members of the support group, and encourage those who are on ARV’s to continue taking their medication on daily basis.
· Provides counselling sessions, and does referrals on cases that are more risky to our facilitators.
Reading Club
Teaching creative writing
Doing puppet shows and Poetry
Reading
Presentation
Talent shows
We are opening for applications for Grade 6 until 12. We will only accepting +- 60 children for all branches to participate in the programme.
Support us

All our donations will assist to run Marang a Letsatsi programs, support orphans and vulnerable children.

· Internship
· Stationary for a child
· Shoes and clothes
· Volunteer your time
· You can donate money
· Food parcel costs R650 per pack
· Camp is costs R750 per child.
· Refreshment etc.

Donation transfer into our bank:
Standard bank,
Acc no: 011923431
Branch: Promenade
Account name: Marang a letsatsi NPO


We welcome both once-off deposits and monthly debit orders. Please include your full name as a reference and send us an email at [email protected] so that we can acknowledge receipt and thank you for your donation.

About us

Marang a Letsatsi is a Sesotho phrase, which means “the rays of the sun” was established in 2004 under the auspices of the Anglican church of Southern Africa. To see the community of Kuyasa Mandela Park and Enkanini play its community role on orphans and vulnerable children are cared and supported. Our main offices is in St Francis Anglican Church in Mandela Park in Khayelitsha.
Our Vision

To develop communities that are crime free

Create communities that cares for itself holistically

To develop societies that takes responsibilities for its members and play part in skills development

Facilitate programmes that will assist all vulnerable children in our communities to be self- reliant, and to be resilient.

Guidelines for OVC programme October 2017 – September 2018
Services to be provided on a weekly bases for the whole month for beneficiaries :
Primary and health promotion service programmes for OVC.

Healthy – HIV counselling and testing, HIV education, linkage to health/HIV services, TB screening and education.

Schooled – in school education, out of school/after school education support, home based ECD, PSS

Safe – child protection and prevention of Gender Based Violence, application of legal documents, address substance abuse including child abuse.

Stable – Economic strengthening and social protection.

Our after- care school programme involves social life skills were we assist orphans and vulnerable children from 6 - 18 years of age and they are taught on regularly bases to be assertive, positive thinking, conflict management and leadership. Psychosocial support children are supported through their different challenges that they face and enable them remain optimistic and be able to cope when dealing with challenges they confront in daily lives. HIV/AIDS awareness, Mentoring, being Career Guided, theatre to express through plays and assist in reading and writing. It is through these platform that we nurture and encourage our beneficiaries to exhume their God given talent.
Since 2008, Marang a letsatsi operates without core funding and every person involved at every level of the organisation is getting stipend from social development. It is only through donations that we are able to provide a valuable service to disadvantaged children, and enable them to realise their potential. In February 2017, Marang a Letsatsi achieved and collected data in Mandela Park, Kuyasa and Nkanini, which we are working with 75 families and 275 beneficiaries and more than 50% beneficiaries have be help to get social grants, birth certificate, support to get HTC, TB screening, health care and jobs, these communities are fully participating in all the Marang A letsatsi programmes.
We are serving snack for 150-200 children after activities from Monday until Friday.
Our programmes we offer:

1. After school care programs
2. Psychosocial support
3. HIV/AIDS program
4. Reading club

1. After school care programs

Daily programme:

· Monday until Friday.
· Sessions start from 15h00 until 17h30

· We providing refreshments.

· Assist primary and high school children with school enrollment, schoolwork and retention of OVC in school, monitor school attendance and performance.

· We assisting children to stay away from criminal activities during the absence of an adult within their household.

· Application for each OVC to be exempted from paying school fees



Activities
o Life planning
o Tutoring
o Life skills
o Mentoring
o Career exhibition etc.

The program is cater 130 children from 6 to 18 years old in Mandela Park and Nkanini informal settlement.


2. Psychosocial support

Friday only, program.
· Sessions start from 15h00 until 17h30
· We providing refreshments.
· Provides loss and grief support groups for orphans and vulnerable children in the communities.
· Activities
o Counselling
o Behavior change
o Memory boxes
o Child safety
o Road safety
o Household safety etc.

We have 10 to 12 weeks Kids support group for Mandela Park and Nkanini informal settlement. We only serve 20 children for both branch.

3. HIV/AIDS program

· Promote HIV testing through peer education and camps for the children.
· Educate parents and guardians to know their status and to encourage parents and guardians to disclose their child’s HIV status to the child.
· We running support groups for people are affected and infected by HIV/AIDS.
· Promote healthy living for the members of the support group, and encourage those who are on ARV’s to continue taking their medication on daily basis.
· Provides counselling sessions, and does referrals on cases that are more risky to our facilitators.
Reading Club
Teaching creative writing
Doing puppet shows and Poetry
Reading
Presentation
Talent shows
We are opening for applications for Grade 6 until 12. We will only accepting +- 60 children for all branches to participate in the programme.
Support us

All our donations will assist to run Marang a Letsatsi programs, support orphans and vulnerable children.

· Internship
· Stationary for a child
· Shoes and clothes
· Volunteer your time
· You can donate money
· Food parcel costs R650 per pack
· Camp is costs R750 per child.
· Refreshment etc.

Donation transfer into our bank:
Standard bank,
Acc no: 011923431
Branch: Promenade
Account name: Marang a letsatsi NPO


We welcome both once-off deposits and monthly debit orders. Please include your full name as a reference and send us an email at [email protected] so that we can acknowledge receipt and thank you for your donation.

Photos from Marang A Letsatsi's post 14/10/2019

Our program is looking for the volunteers or interns to assist our aftercare program to assist children to their schoolwork. Please phone Thembi @ 021 3670052 or WhatsApp to: 0733245125

14/10/2019

Uplifting the community by donating to our upcoming events. Marang a letsatsi present charity braai by chef lungelo.
The organisation provide loss & grief support group for orphans and vulnerable children at Mandela park, Kuyasa and Nkanini. Looking for anyone to donate ingredients for the function or time to organize the event.
If you can assist with money you can EFT to our bank account: Marang a letsatsi. Account:011923431: standard bank. Once you done, please send your proof of payment @ [email protected] or contact us: 021 367 0052

Uplifting the community by donating to our upcoming events. Marang a letsatsi present charity braai by chef lungelo.
The organisation provide loss & grief support group for orphans and vulnerable children at Mandela park, Kuyasa and Nkanini. Looking for anyone to donate ingredients for the function or time to organize the event.
If you can assist with money you can EFT to our bank account: Marang a letsatsi. Account:011923431: standard bank. Once you done, please send your proof of payment @ [email protected] or contact us: 021 367 0052

01/10/2019

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What you teach your kids today will influence not only their future, but this world’s future. Make sure you raise kids who are inspired, encouraged, and have a positive mind. Here are some of the most famous inspiring quotes for kids!😇😀😃

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