Jobstown Combined Primary School Campaign
Jobstown Combined Primary is a school of 1,117 learners just out of Madadeni, 30 km from Newcastle CBD, Northern KwaZulu Natal. On our visit to the school we learnt of the many difficulties faced by these enthusiastic learners. Shortage of classrooms and stationery as well as the use of unsanitary pit toilets by both learners and teachers unfortunately are part of the daily challenges at the school.
Wouldn’t it be great to make education in South Africa a little better? For just R45.00 a stationery pack, you can make a difference. You can also donate any amount towards this project. Let’s try to provide some dignity to the everyone at Jobstown Primary
Proceeds of this project are in support of #Riding4SAeducation. Salaam Foundation hosts their annual #Riding4SAeducation campaign by assisting learners in difficult circumstances. The ride for 2019 commenced on 13 January 2019 and culminated on 27 January 2019. The team has covered a total distance of 1500km, from Maputo in Mozambique to Maseru in Lesotho and then on to Johannesburg. Along the journey cyclists stopped at various schools and institutions raising awareness about the importance of education to thousands of students and community members. At the end of the journey, the needs of these impoverished schools will be assessed and if funds allow, development projects in some of these institutions can be implemented and/or sustained. Our children are tomorrows leaders. Lets invest in their education.