CPR training at KCC

After Botshilu Private Hospital of Soshanguve had been providing Kgomotso Children Centre with a first aid kit last December they came back in March to train staff in first aid and health issues.

The health care training offered by Botshilu Private Hospital took the whole day. The nurse who had made her way to KCC took her time to train staff in first aid and cardio-pulmonary resuscitation. All questions were answered and staff ended the day being sure that they now know how to do CPR not only on adults but also on children and infants. 

We are very thankful for a very informative workshop and training. 

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It was the first career expo at KCC. Students from grade 9 to grade 12 had been invited to inform themselves about the different ways they can go in high school and after matric. 

This freedom day KCC kids were invited to take part at a sports day at Block GG in Soshanguve. They mixed with kids from another centre to enjoy the games they played together.

After Botshilu Private Hospital of Soshanguve had been providing Kgomotso Children Centre with a first aid kit last December they came back in March to train staff in first aid and health issues.

The stage was set for an unforgettable day: On the 10th of March 500 kids, parents, staff, sponsors and friends came to celebrate ten years of Kgomotso Children Centre - and Kgomotso's birthday.

Soon, on March 10 we are celebrating our 10 year anniversary. All donors, sponsors and friends of Kgomotso Children Centre are invited to take part in this very special event. 

At the end of the school holidays KCC re-opened its gate. Just before kids and staff returned the workers had finished the new pavement with the help of some senior youth of KCC.

They came early in the morning knocking at the gate. What they brought was a great surprise. A jungle gym is the latest attraction for the young. Meanwhile, KCC gets a new pavement.

At the end of the year and just before KCC closes its doors for the holiday season, children, their parents and staff came together to celebrate their achievements of 2017.

In order to thank them for the work they had done this year staff was taken out for braai and a fun day at Bedrock Valley in Hammanskraal.

We were filled with great sadness when we heard about the passing of our friend and brother Vusi last Sunday night. At the age of 25 this handsome young man died in the streets of Winterveld.