FEEL GOOD FRIDAY: CWP participants are giving back to the community.
Posted by 3L Development on Thursday, November 12, 2015
Ma Siena is visibly emotional and happy in this video clip. Excellent work, CWP. You are doing great things.
Posted by 3L Development on Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Today is a very special ladies birthday. She is the founder of Thabiso NGO, now 3L Development, and the heart beat of this organization. Suzette Cronje, Happy Birthday from everyone at 3L Development. May your special day bring you all that your heart desires!
Posted by 3L Development on Wednesday, December 9, 2015
FEEL GOOD FRIDAY: The ladies from Lesedi Hospice who attended the ECD training presented by 3L Development wish you a very good morning!
Posted by 3L Development on Thursday, February 11, 2016
At Barkly West Primary School, the CWP participants assist with many task within the school, such as classroom assistance, maintaining the vegetable garden and assisting to feed 892 children, which is a feat all on ts own. These participants contribute to the basic rights of these children: right to education and the right to nutrition.
The Community Work Program, in Magareng, assists with scholar patrol at Warrenton Public Primary School. These participants ensure the scholars cross the road safely and they also educate the children and motorists on road safely.
3L Development would sincerely like to thank Nedbank Foundation for the generous donation for the orphaned and vulnerable children of Barkly West. 50 x children received a gift from Nedbank. The joy on their faces was remarkable! Thank you, Nedbank for making these children’s’ Christmas merry and bright.
Goodhouse is a town in Nama Khoi Local Municipality in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. Population: 171. Goodhouse is also the hottest town in SA, reaching up to 48° Celsius.
3L Development visited the small town of Goodhouse last week. There is no reception, no shops and no tar roads in Goodhouse. The people living here lead a simple life, they bake their own bread and fish from the Orange River to put food on the table. There is a strong sense of Ubuntu in this town; everyone shares food, welcomes visitors with open arms and work well together. The participants are so thankful for the opportunity to do useful work as part of the Community Work Program.