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  • The Waitrose Foundation Educational Program uses CAMI computer software to help promote learning among Waitrose Foundation member farm school children.The CAMI Edu Suite is a collection of programs that includes Maths, a Perceptual Skills Builder as well as a Reading and a Language System.  The project started on 16th February 2012   with 2 pilot sites. […]

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  • A critical part of building capacity amongst Worker Committees is creating opportunities for them to apply the knowledge gained during the training and building experience with small but significant projects. Planning and delivering the Holiday Programme gave the Lushof committee such an opportunity and addressed an important need expressed by parents. Parents were concerned about […]

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  • The Waitrose Foundation (SA) has been active in communities on South African farms for almost seven years now. It was time to stop and take stock. Looking back to move forward Seven years after the Waitrose Foundation (SA) opened its doors in 2006; it was time to establish whether we actually achieved our objectives as […]

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  • It was a rather festive event on the day that this milestone project was launched. The workers were all elated at their new acquirement. Johanna Amos (trustee) said that if anyone had told her a couple of years ago that she would be a land owner she would not have believed it, yet today she […]

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  • GFC in partnership with AgriSETA and Media Works started the ABET (Adult Basic Education and Training) literacy programme in 2005. The aim of ABET is to teach adults to read and write with the help of a special computer-based literacy programme. GFC established four literacy training centres, equipped with 22 computers at their various farms […]

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