Learner’s Celebrated at Certificate Ceremony

On Monday, 24 January 2022, the International Day of Education was commemorated—a day the United General Assembly proclaimed in celebration of the role of education for peace and development.

Without inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong opportunities for all, countries will not succeed in achieving gender equality and breaking the cycle of poverty that is leaving millions of children, youth and adults behind.

At the Light For Africa Foundation (LFAF), we firmly support this vision. Children are at the centre of all our programmes because we want to see them thrive, not just survive.

Mullersrus Primary School recently acknowledged their learners who participated in the LFAF-run art, needlecraft and music programmes with a celebratory ceremony. The well-deserving recipients beamed with pride as the choir sang and the school community celebrated their achievements. 

At Suurbraak Primary School, learners received certificates of achievement for needlecraft and art. The children were overjoyed as their fellow participants applauded their efforts.

A total of 103 children received certificates for their participation in our Rural Empowerment Arts Project (REAP) programmes. 

“Well done to all the children for their persistence and hard work. We are proud of the work you produced. To see them smile and walk-up with pride to collect their certificates was heartwarming, and made a positive difference, despite the challenging year we had,” LFAF Volunteer Lynne Roscoe reflected.


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