Health and education are widely accepted as essential to a hopeful future. Our programmes provide the space, knowledge, support and information to give our children the confidence to embrace their academic future and health needs.
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THE INTERDISCIPLINARY BUTTERFLY HOUSE TEAM
Occupational Therapist (Team lead)
Social Auxiliary Worker
Youth and Childcare Worker
Early Childhood Development worker (ECD)
Skilled volunteers and parents
Our Academic Skills Programmes
This program address the specific health needs of our children and youth within our resource poor community. The needs identified are high levels of malnutrition, HIV, TB, teenage pregnancy, physical and drug abuse and chronic illnesses.
Homework clubs (daily)
Providing the space and time for our children to do their homework with assistance from a teacher or supervision of an adult.
Providing our children with exposure to books, different languages, the love of reading and storytelling.
We provide free access to computers and facilitate educational games, project research, computer skills, social media exposure and basic internet use. Printing and scanning facilities are provided school projects.
LOOKING FOR PEOPLE TO HELP
The education of our children is one of our biggest challenges. Having a good grounding is the surest way to ensure future academic success and a high road out of poverty.
Please come and volunteer and be 'a parent' for our children when doing homework in the afternoons. Together we will make a difference and this work is too important and too big to do alone!