The Month In Pictures #28

Everyday we wake up in the morning to do what needs to be done, not realising how many people we may be inspiring and this month was a true reflection of that. May has been a cold month but luckily Good Work Foundation’s (GWF) lineup was not. The  GWF team continue to strive for excellence in delivering world class education to rural students of South Africa. Catch up on all that has been happening around GWF’s campuses.

Mpunzana Primary School learners who are part of HDLC OLA, they still enjoy using digital equipment as part of their learning programme.

Mpunzana Primary School learners who are part of Hazyview Digital Learning Campus’ Open Learning Academy enjoy using digital equipment as part of their ‘wonder-filled’ learning . Photo by Mfumo Thobela

An Open Learning Academy learner Blessing Monareng, with a smile in his face truly believes that Hazyview Digital Learning Campus will lead him to a better life.

An Open Learning Academy learner Blessing Monareng, truly believes that “Hazyview Digital Learning Campus will lead me to a better life.” Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu

First Aid facilitator...... spent two days at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus teaches the conservation students and few of the HDLC staff few things about first aid, she gave them a certificates at the end of the course.

Paramedic Sarah spent two days at Hazyview Digital Learning with conservation students and the GWF staff members, guiding them through their First-Aid Level 1 training. The participants received certificates that allow them to perform emergency first aid to patients after the two-day short course.Photo by Mfumo Thobela

The two teaching volunteers Carmen and Erin from Wheelock College asked our in house barista Teaman Manzini to show them how to   make his specialty 'cuppicion'

The two teaching volunteers Carmen and Erin from Wheelock College in Boston USA , were treated with  our in house barista Teaman Manzini’s special ‘cappuccino’ brewed in our Hazyview rural campus. Photo by Mfumo Thobela

Filming that took place for three days at Hazyview Digital Learning Campus with our admin Deliwe Tibawe for her story.

The T and W Filming company were very impressed by the story of Deliwe Tibane , who worked her way up from a construction worker to an empowered digital woman.’ Later in the month they came in and filmed about the life and work of this remarkable young woman. Photo by Mfumo Thobela

Impilo pre-school kids who are part of HDLC OLA they always enjoy their time when they are inside the barn, but the enjoy even more when they get time to play games at ground.

Impilo pre-school kids who are part of Hazyview Digital Learning Campus Open Learning Academy enjoyed the sunny morning as they played on the filled participating in a number of games to shake the cold off. Photo by Mpho Lebyane

Raymond and Catriona Duncan visited the wildlife sanctuary during the month of May. The team went to Care for Wild to check on the Conservation Academy students during their internship stay. Catriona very much looked like she enjoyed feeding the rhinos, what an African experience.

Ray and Catriona Duncan visited the wildlife sanctuary during the month of May. The team went to Care for Wild to check on GWF’s bizhub Conservation Academy students who were enrlled for a two weeks internship in animal husbandry, as part of their learning content for their short course; Introduction to Wildlife Monitoring. Photo by Accolade Ubisi

That fulfilling moment when a Bridging year student  Portia Mlewa scores 100% in Food and Bervarage course.

That fulfilling moment when a Bridging Academy student; Portia Mlewa scores 100% in a Food and Bervarage online course. Portia also scored 95% in her Excel exam she wrote a week ago. This is a young rural woman who is headed to a bright and digital future. Photo by Mpho Lebyane

An interesting workshop we had with our England friends Ray and Caterina, sharing ideas on how we can fulfil the GWF's values as well how to stay strong as team.

Mo Groch, known as ‘Gogo’, together with our volunteers from England Ray and Catriona ran an interesting workshop for GWF staff, with the intention to help staff understand “What professionalism means to us as an organisation?” This workshop also aimed to help the staff understand the importance of team work. Photo by Wiseboy Shabangu

Conservation Academy student Mapule Raphalane, enjoys being a nature conservationist as she feeds a baby rhino with a smile during their internship stay at the wildlife rehabilitation centre Care for Wild.

GWF bizhub Conservation Academy student Mapule Raphalane, enjoys being a nature conservationist as she feeds a baby rhino at the wildlife rehabilitation centre; Care for Wild. Photo by Ryan James.

First Aid practicals inside the campus. Thembi Ngwenya an  ICDL facilitator was one off those who done the First Aid short course.

First Aid practicals inside the campus. Thembi Ngwenya an ICDL facilitator was one off those who done the First Aid short course. Wiseboy Shabangu.

The nature conservationists of today give a high for the job well done. The team from Care for Wild, Conservation Academy students and the Good Work Foundation team give beautiful smiles after a day's work.

Rural Conservationists of the future are starting to understand the importace of conserving the natural environmrnt and all that lives in it. The GWF bizhub Conservation Academy students say they are now more than ready to join the fight against all who want to harm rhinos, the environment and any other animal that might be in danger at any given cost. Photo of by Ryan James

Compile by GWF Media Academy Intern Mfumo Thobela. 

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