The Daveyton Association For The Physically Disabled Helps Fight Covid
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
The Daveyton Association For The Physically Disabled is one of the entities that has benefited from a R20-million Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) programme undertaken by Emperors Palace to provide 169 schools with PPE since last year September. Apart from supplying the schools with masks, shields, gloves, aprons, soap and cleaning materials, to keep learners and educators safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Palace of Dreams contracted small businesses, co-operatives and NPO's to produce the masks for the initiative which further empowered local communities during these economically challenging times. During a site visit to the NPO on Tuesday, April 13, Emperors Palace Trust Administrator, Thomas Masango (right) met up with Centre Manager, Mamello Khoza (left) and Workshop Supervisor, Thabang Sibeko (seated) who informed him that thanks to the project job opportunities were created for about 30 of the centre's physically disabled members and that they had made 37 313 masks to date. (Photograph by Yolanda van der Stoep)
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