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The USAID/South Africa delegation led by Jeff Borns - Mission Director, Health Office Director - Roxana Rogers and Technical Advisor - Melinda Wilson along with Anita Sampson - Health Officer for USAID/Southern Africa visited the Delportshoop Asibavikele: Let’s Protect Them project in the Northern Cape province. The visit was a success, with community volunteers and children displaying how the project had impacted on and changed their lives.
The Asibavikele volunteers were able not only to show the outcome of their daily visits to vulnerable families but also the Empowering the Girl Child programme; prevention education and training activities, the Kids’ Club as well as food gardening tunnels - reflecting a holistic approach to child care and protection.
The sentiment which was one of overwhelming success was reflected in the words of Anita Sampson who wrote in a thank you email, “I am very proud to be associated with your programmes and they made a huge impression on each one of us that participated. Thank you for all the hard work you do every day.”
Above: Roxana Rogers (right) with a learner from Delportshoop in the North West province
Above: Jeff Borns and Anita Sampson interacting with the children
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