Before the new school term started, backpacks and a stationery set were handed out to all school-going children between the ages of 6 and 18 years in Phumula by Eucaforest staff members. This initiative demonstrated our Company’s emphasis on learning, providing a further step to reach out to the children in this area.
Eucaforest worked with a network of privately led upliftment efforts, together with the Phumula community, to plant self-sustaining vegetable gardens that can provide a financial income to each family. Training for this included a demonstration of the steps of planting a vegetable garden: digging holes, filling holes with compost, planting seedlings and then protecting the […]
Many of the children living in Phumula attend the nearby St Andrews Primary School, a government-run school. With extensive needs, this school offers an opportunity for the Eucaforest Development Trust to assist both the learners directly, as well as the structure of the school itself. The school has 140 pupils, five teachers and three support […]