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CATCH FC

The CATCH Football Club with 4 teams ended the season with 3 teams in the league final and one team winning their league. We are so proud of these boys and young men who train diligently and are disciplined.

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WOMEN HEALTH EVENT

On Heritage Day 24th September CATCH held a health Event attended by 250 women. The day focused on bringing knowledge around health issues. We are so proud of our Mamas and congratulate them here for gaining much knowledge and for their enthusiasm and loyalty to CATCH and the community.

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Recreational and Educational Clubs

400 boys and girls continued to receive weekly life skills training in protection against violence and disease. currently we are resting from the serious topic and having some fun with arts and crafts.

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OUR MISSION
CATCH champions active citizenship in the informal settlement of Mzamomhle in order to protect and promote the safety and health of women and children impacted by poverty, violence and diseases.

Goal One

Citizen Action programs to facilitate positive change in the community.

Goal Two

Citizen Action Programs to facilitate positive change in the community.

Goal Three

Victim Empowerment program for survivors of crime.

Goal Four

Recreational and Educational clubs for children to divert them away from destructive behaviour in order to build emotional and physical resilience.

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SoccerClub
14
Sep
Thobani Sojola
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The Soccer Club

The CATCH Soccer Club is one of our premier projects. The club trains 100 players aged 9 to 21 years all of whom live in the informal settlement of Mzamomhle where children endure the challenges of poverty, violence, and AIDS. Many of the players have lost a parent. There is not much by the way of […]

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Circles
14
Sep
Thobani Sojola
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CIRCLES

Orphaned children most often receive help which caters for their material needs. In 2011 CATCH provided a programme for 65 maternal orphans and their caregivers which we called “CIRCLES”. The programme was holistic in nature offering psychosocial help to both child and caregiver as well as help in kind for example securing life documents, grants […]

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HiddenPeople
14
Sep
Thobani Sojola
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The Hidden People

From Welfare Recipient to Active Citizenship Imagine being so poor that you shrink back from the daylight and live in the darkness of a make do shelter – a shack. A shack dweller among shack dwellers, the poorest of the poor is your lot in your community. Imagine being so poor that you feel naked […]

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