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There are 5 million South African children between 0 – 4 years. 4.5 million have no access to early childhood care facilities. The majority live in dysfunctional communities. Poor nutrition and neglect are rife. Unless children between 0 – 5 years. receive adequate nutrition.

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There are 5 million South African children between 0 – 4 years.

4.5 million have no access to early childhood care facilities

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The majority live

in dysfunctional communities

Poor nutrition and neglect are rife

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Unless children between

0 – 5 years

  • receive
  • adequate nutrition
  • intellectual stimulation

they suffer permanent

physical and intellectual impairment

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The result

South African children start school

handicapped by learning delays

These compound as they move

through the system

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Research has shown that children who take part in pre-school programmes are more likely to

succeed academically

complete high school and attend college/university

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ASHA TRUST

MISSION

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Support the Board of

ASHA PRE-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

which runs 40 formal pre-schools

for up to 5 000 children

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We have worked with over 200 women to upgrade their facilities.

Once they meet minimum standards they can receive financial support from the government

this is an economic issue as much as it is an education issue

This is an economic issue as much as it is an education issue

Business needs to be able to tap into a highly skilled workforce

School readiness avoids failure in higher grades – savings to the fiscus

Fewer drop outs – less crime

current projects

Current projects

Our model preschool and training centre in Bram Fischerville

current projects1

Current projects

ASHA materials development programme

skills training of informal creche owners and their staff

Current projects

Skills training of informal creche owners and their staff.

enterprise development programmes with owners of home based centres

Current projects

Enterprise development programmes with owners of home based centres

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Induscor Dynamics Safika Cement Holdings

Investec Schwarz Fund

Jet Demolition Webber Wentzel

Jim Joel Fund William Tell

John Crane

Joint Aid Management

Masscash (Cellshack )

National Lotteries Distribution Trust Fund

Outlook Soft

Park Homes

R G Hagart Trust

Rand Leases

RBA Holdings Ltd

Tshikululu Social Investments

Apex-hi Fund

ASHA Pre-school Association

Bartsch Architects

Biztech cc

Blaise Jones & Associates

Business Systems Group (Africa)

CEB Maintenance

Cjp Digipos

Conti Print cc

Good News South Africa

HCI Foundation

Hollard Foundation

Hudaco