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6 Jul

Success of the Reggio Emilia approach

The Reggio Emilia approach does not simply ask us to change our environments and the learning spaces; it requires us to change the way we think about children and how they learn.

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6 Jul

L’s story

Last month, three siblings arrived at Hearts of Hope. Their mother had abandoned them with a neighbour. The children, aged 1, 3 and 5 (we think that is their ages, as there were no official papers with them) were chronically malnourished and anaemic.

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6 Jul

Mahlatsi – He will bring joy

When we are asked by social workers to receive a child into our care, we are most times given a background report and where possible told their current ‘story’ of what has happened that has led them to be needing our care and protection.

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6 Jul

Anything is possible – Baby “B”

Baby ‘B” was only the second baby for Hearts of Hope to receive in 2008. ‘We have a hospice case – given up at hospital for adoption, very small will you take him?’.

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9 Dec

Thank you for your continued interest and support of Hearts of Hope and the children in our care.

Thank you for your continued interest and support of Hearts of Hope and the children in our care.

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22 Oct

Hearts of Hope continues to touch thousands of hearts in Wendywood

WENDYWOOD – The organisation’s main priority is to take care of vulnerable children by providing them with medical care, food and education.

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18 Feb

Little hearts of hope

WENDYWOOD – Interested in making a donation to Hearts of Hope? The team is looking for donations of any long-life food or fresh fruit and vegetables.

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