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A Clarens Churches in Action Initiative
CCIA is a registered Non Profit Organisation (NPO Number 44-650)  and Public Benefit Organisation (P-BO Number 930016906)
The project is administered by representatives from all of CCIA’s member churches
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Bana ba Hlokang is an initiative of a network of churches in Clarens caring for orphans and vulnerable children. Its aim is first of all to ensure that no child in our community will go hungry, and secondly to achieve this goal in ways which will encourage hope, dignity and a sense of belonging.
    In carrying out the above it is the intention to work determinedly yet gradually towards an increasing ownership and leadership of the project by the township people amongst whom we are working.
     Bana ba Hlokang is now housed in its brand new building Tshepong - "Place of Hope"
     Our feeding scheme relies totally on donations which we receive from tourists visiting Clarens, businesses in Clarens and our own community who donate milk, bread, fruit, etc. on a weekly basis

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A LITTLE MIRACLE!

     The feeding of orphans and vunerable children began some 25 years ago at Itumeleng  - Clarensâ€?local Clinic.
     Then in 2002, at the AGM of the Clarens Methodist Church a crucial decision was made to set aside 10% of their annual Sunday offering for use in response to replica watches Community Concerns in Clarens.  This made it possible, among other activities, to commence a much-needed feeding scheme to provide meals to approximately 30 children on a Friday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Kgubetswana.
     Six years later The Methodist Church combined with four other churches participating in CCIA (Clarens Churches In Action) and under the title of Bana Ba Hlokang (children in Need) formed a programme to feed approximately 150 orphans and vulnerable children each weekday.  A temporary shelter with corrugated iron roof and canvas covers on three sides was erected on the premises of Itumeleng.
Following a lengthy gestation period, the dreams of a number of people in Clarens suddenly took shape under the umbrella of CCIA (Combined Churches in Action).     The birth of Tshepong was marked by the historic signing, on the 2nd December 2008, of an Agreement between the Uniting Reformed Church in Southern Africa (URCSA) Clarens Congregation and CCIA.     The URC made available approximately 2 000 sq meters of its land for the purpose of erecting a building for CCIA's Youth and other projects.
      Soon after this signing, Coca Cola (through The Starfish Greathearts Foundation) generously donated a 5m x 12m container equipped for the use of a crèche for 24 children.
     Then The Cave Ministries, who had been part of the original discussions, threw their weight into the project bringing with them resources that made the dream a greater possibility.  A group of Trustees and a Management Committee were formed to guide the policy and planning of the Youth Centre named Tshepong (A Place of Hope) with a Mission Statement that reads, â€?our work with youth, and others that use the facility, will be pursued in ways that encourage hope, dignity and a sense of belongingâ€?
      Once born the project grew and developed in leaps and bounds.  Fifteen months later the beautiful Tshepong building was ready for use by the two major participating projects - Bana ba Hlokang (Children in Need) and Cave Ministries.  Blessings poured upon the project including financial, materials and labour  all donated from within our Village Community and from far- and- wide.  A building estimated at its commencement as costing R1,25 million has been erected for the amount available from the two projects i.e. R600, 000,00.
    Outdoor sporting activities include soccer and netball and indoor table tennis chess and a wide range of activities including art, choir and puzzle building.  In one of the rooms eight computers have been installed with educational material and each child has a lesson every week.  The container equipped with creche material is used for the younger children

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Currently Bana ba Hlokang provides an after school meal to approximately 150 orphans and vulnerable children each week day. This is made possible through God's Grace, the generous spirit of so many of the women of Clarens as well as replica watches donations from a number of sources, one of which is The Starfish Greathearts Foundation which has made so much possible. We are truly Blessed and are most grateful.

We are profoundly grateful to our sponsors who so generously support us:

Starfish Greathearts Foundation South Africa
Protea Hotel
Golden Gate Hotel
Boston Medical
Investic
Methodist Milennium Fund
Methodist Global Fund
Dorris Lawton
Senqu
N.G. Church Clarens
Methodist Church Clarens
Ciao Club
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All Donations are Welcome
Phones (27) 058 256 1126
e-mail: swanalise@telkomsa.net

or
ABSA Bank,  Code: 50233, Account name: CCIA - Bana,  Account No.: 406 728 6946.