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In our latest blog post about keeping South Africa’s most vulnerable children safe, the irrepressible Nokuthula talks about running her creche with “power, passion and love”.
In part 2 of her interview, Yasmin tells us more about RSS’s work with refugee women, supporting them as they rebuild their confidence and find a place in their new communities.
So where did this genius idea to train refugee women in South Africa to run their own home-based creches come about? Oxfam partner Refugee Social Services. In this blog post, their director tells the story.