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01 Sep 2017

Counselling & Social Work Support for the SOS Africa Charity Children

Sponsor counselling and social worker support for underprivileged African township children

Across the world it is estimated that 1 in 10 children suffer from mental health issues including depression, anxiety and conduct disorder. Throughout poorer communities, it is often the case that the frequency of mental health issues among children is significantly increased due to their exposure to social and economic hardships. To supplement the organisation's holistic education and care programme, the SOS Africa Charity is looking to provide counselling and social worker support for children suffering from these challenges.

The SOS Africa Charity is currently looking for sponsorship to provide the following services: (Click icons for more information)

Counselling - SW Icon.jpg     Sponsor Martial Arts Lessons for the SOS Africa Charity Children 

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