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PASCAP Trust advocates for after school programme models that address the priority needs of South Africa’s vulnerable children and youth. Poverty alleviation has always been a central concern in programme design, delivery and beneficiary focus.

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Harare, Khayelitsha: Mimi’s Soup Kitchen and Place of Safety, where 300 children savour home cooking at its finest

If there is no fridge, no pantry, and nothing at home to eat, children in Harare, Khayelitsha need not panic. Social entrepreneur, Constance Kholiswa also known as Mimi, showers generosity and comfort to the hundreds of children of Harare whose basic needs sadly are often overlooked. Mimi’s home offers refuge to child survivors of violence, and she also provides a children’s meal service. A self-confessed foodie, Mimi has training in catering and cooks up a variety of scrumptious dishes that children love. It’s the tasty home cooking lasting memories are built on.

Delft Action Network: Support high-impact, community driven food kitchens

Like many places across South Africa, Delft in Cape Town is being hard hit by the Covid-19 food crisis. As one of the first areas of Cape Town to be conceptualised as a non-racial settlement in post-Apartheid South Africa, the neighbourhood is home to well over 200 000 people who live in one of 10 sections: Delft North, Roosendaal, Voorbrug, The Hague, Leiden; in Delft South, Eindhoven, Welwitschia, Suburban and two temporary relocation areas (TRAs), Blikkiesdorp and Tsunami, and Green Park settlement nearby.
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2 Sep

My Internship Experience

During a debate programme at PASCAP’s Hout Bay centre, […]

9 Jul

Social Work Treatment Services

Substance abuse is an on-going issue in Cape Town, […]

1 Jul

Youth Day: Today, Tomorrow, Forever

The history behind Youth Day, PASCAP’s mission, and the […]