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Resilient Kids SA works with community based organisations, churches and individuals to empower and equip communities to take care of our vulnerable children.
We provide training and support which enables adults and youth in a community to work with children in a way that helps build the resilience of each child.
Our aim is to have, in each community, a team of safe, caring adults and youth who can provide on going support to the children of their community.
noun re·sil·ience \ri-ˈzil-yən(t)s\
the ability to become strong, healthy, or successful again after something bad happens
Did you know that in circles and resilience are almost identical?
Following our recent involvement with Camp Africa, we are about to facilitate some training with house mothers from Home from Home and are meeting with the social worker at The Ark to see how we can stay involved with the children we met from their school.
We are facilitating a series of workshops with community health workers for Hope Cape Town.
In October we will facilitate training, and hopefully a camp, with the team of staff and students coming from BBS Goslar-Bassgeige/Seesen - a school in Germany that we have built a relationship with since 2010. This will be the second team to come to Cape Town.
Later in the year Kay will once again facilitate sessions at The Dignity Campaign's Facilitator training week and at YWAM's Children at Risk School