Caledonia Rose Preschool - 2013 / 2014
Donated: Security Fence around Pre-school
In 2011, The Foundations Project started erecting a pre-school for both single and double orphaned children, aged 2 to 6 years old. The preschool is located in Mabvuku and has been built around the container concept, with large freight containers being converted into classrooms and a kitchen. In the high density suburb of Mabvuku, there are thousands of children who could not afford the schooling fees of the surrounding schools and so the Caledonia Rose Preschool was born, giving aid to the underprivileged children in the area.
In addition to the schooling, the Foundations Project has embarked on a feeding program which supplies one meal of E-pap a day which is not only full of nutrients but has been formulated to improve the ability of the body to digest and break down food, ensuring that you get the full benefit of the entire diet.
Amanzi recognized a need for the safety and security of not only the children but the school itself and in February 2014 sufficient funds were raised to erect a security fence around the property. Amanzi will continue it's support of the Caledonia Rose Preschool and is about to embark on its next project.
February 2014 Pre-School without a fence
Febuary 2014 Andrew Mama and Jonathan Baker inspect the area to fence
February 2014 - Classroom under a gazebo - exposed with no fence to protect the children
February 2014 - children from the Caledonian Rose Nursery School
February 2014 - Jonathan Baker gives out old material and clothes for the children (kindly donated by Mr & Mrs Oaten)
The new fence now in place and compete with security gates