Resources Aimed at the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (RAPCAN) is a non-profit organisation that plays a key role in child advocacy, promoting the rights of children and developing child abuse prevention strategies. RAPCAN was established in 1989 by the University of Cape Town‚??s Department of Paediatrics and Child Health, in response to the need for education and training in the field of child abuse prevention.
Repeat - Kabod House gets some help for the future (GMA).
There is no person more vulnerable and defenseless than a baby. It however too often happens that babies are left with no care. Often times, babies are left at hospitals and the authorities need to place them in a place of safety before they can legally be put into care. That's where Kabod House comes in.
Melissa Henn - Kidney transplant (Good Morning Angels)
Melissa was born with kidney difficulties and had a first transplant, from her mother, at the age of 6-years. But she needed another, and this time round her sister, Lindi offered her kidney.
A little boy with Cereblas Palsy, Wyatt, gets some help.
Wyatt Botha was diagosed with Cerebral Palsy (CP), Spastic Diplegia at 21 months (8 November 2011). He is currently classified as a GMFCS (Gross Motor Function Classification System) Level 1.
Helping Jacaranda Children's home care for children who have no one else - Repeat.
Jacaranda Children's home cares for 250 children, between the ages of 18 months and 18 years, who have no parents or families to take care of them. The home has different houses where care givers try to make life as family orientated as possible. They focus on quality of life, life skills and preparing young adults with a positive, healthy attitude to become contributing members of society.
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