During the start of Child Safety Week, the Primrose Youth Crime Prevention Desk unveiled its brand-new T-shirts.
Ackermans Pharmacy donated the shirts.
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Ward 36 Clr Wendy Morgan, chairperson of the CPF Tracy Enslin, representatives of Ackermans Pharmacy, and the Ekupholeni Mental Health and Trauma Centre, supported the introduction of both initiatives.
Adil Bingle, a member of the Youth Desk, said thanks after Enslin and Morgan offered words of encouragement as the programme began with prayer.
A walk from the pharmacy in Primrose Central soon began and safety tip pamphlets were distributed to residents.
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The Child Protection Week wrapped up on June 2 with a road show in Primrose to its informal settlements.
During the roadshow, children were visited and handed toys and snacks donated by Chubby Chums.
During the week schools, pre-schools, and children in the informal settlement were visited to spread awareness of children’s rights and safety.