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Y Care started from an inspiring dream to walk across the Makgadikgadi Pans to raise funds for charity. As a patron of Life Line, Dr Nomsa Mbere experienced the challenges of raising donor money for operational costs, a challenge experienced by most charitable organisations, as donors tend to have a preference for donating fund projects and buildings. Succeeding to bring on board like minded individuals with extensive knowledge of the pans, eagerness to experience an invigorating challenge and tremendous support staff, the first Makgadikgadi Pans walk took place in 2003.challenge and tremendous support staff, the first Makgadikgadi Pans walk took place in 2003challenge and tremendou...

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Beneficiary Of The Month - November - Phompokwe Women’s Association
Posted on 05 November 2014
Multi Skilled Women - Since forming our group, Phomphokwe Women’s Association, we have learnt many useful skills.Each new skill learnt enables us to climb up another rung of the ladder out of poverty thus slowly improving our life style. Our learning never stops.
Getting up once a month at 5:30 on a Sunday morning is early …
Posted on 08 October 2014
Have you heard about the Y-care-pre-walks or the famous Makgadikgadi charity pan walk? I joined the pan walk in 2013. 110 km walking through the pans in three days – from Mosu to Kubu Island and back! A great challenge, fantastic exercise, unforgettable experience and a lot of fun!!!
Beneficiary Of The Month - October - Ursuline Sisters
Posted on 06 October 2014
Though the initial preparation of the permaculture plot is hard work, the benefits are quickly seen once the ‘veggies’ begin to grow. As the crop is ready the children are fed with a variety of nourishing and tasty vegetables. The whole family can help with the watering and weeding etc. Any extra produce can be sold to help pay the water bill or bring in much needed cash. Women are proudly smiling as they show you their plot.
Beneficiary Of The Month - September - Tshimologo Day Care Centre
Posted on 11 September 2014
Tshimologo Day Care Centre is run by Town Development Committee (TDC). Its school enrollment stands at 91 children, 59 girls and 40 boys. The Day Care Centre was operating in a Council Recreation Park within porta cabins. Town Development Committee (TDC) through government funds and assistance from donors managed to construct a permanent structure which complies with the standards stipulated in Early Childhood Care and Education Policy.

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Youth Leadership Programme

The youth in Botswana face challenges that hinder them from achieving their full potential. HIV/AIDS, problems in schools and in society heavily weigh on the youth and hinder them from becoming effective leaders. Y Care believes that the combined efforts of several organisations could achieve more for the youth than when the organisations work alone. Partnership among organisations would...

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