News

July – 2015

In a quest to ensure that children are enrolled and kept in school, JCT conducted a series of awareness campaigns termed “bring a child to school” targeting parents and guardians. The campaigns were an initiative to highlight the significance of educating a child, while ensuring that their right to education has been achieved.

The awareness campaigns were effective. Hundreds of community members patronized the campaigns. It involved traditional dances and speeches. The campaigns have contributed to the enrolment rates.

The awareness campaigns mostly used GulewaMkulu dancers as crowd pullers to the event.

Sporting/outdoor events

JCT organised sports bonanza in the area of T/A Kabudula in Lilongwe. The aim was to enhance interaction amongst the JCT family and contribute towards building a healthier generation.

The sporting event generating more excitement among the young people and they are appealing to JCTUK for more sporting equipment and trophies

Enjoying out door games; Children from JCT take time to socialize in some traditional dances and games under the guidance of their caregivers

Training of Caregivers

JCT conducted a fundraising campaign with an aim of raising funds to train caregivers in Lilongwe. 300 caregivers were trained.

We have managed to build the capacity of caregivers in discharging their duties through the training that JCT organised. 300 Caregivers were trained during this intervention

We have facilitated the sett up of Early Childhood Development (ECD) committees who are working hand in hand with chiefs, VDCs and School Management Committees, in promoting early childhood interventions.

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