Sewing School Empowerment Project.

In June 2019 13 students graduated from the UJW Sewing Empowerment Programme.

After 5 months of intense training and skills development, the students modelled the outfits which they had made, and also exhibited other items which they had created.

This project continues to impact many lives, by combating poverty through education and empowerment.

Making sandwiches on Mandela Day.

Guests from the Open Air School, Tafta (Frail Care Centre) and community members making sandwiches on Mandela Day.

1000s of sandwiches were made and our invited project representatives then took their allocations away with them. The balance was delivered to other projects, homes, safe houses, etc.

Baby Clothing Donation

15 Kgs of baby clothing was donated by Australian donors and delivered by Barbara Shotland, a past UJW Durban Chairman now living in Australia.

The clothing was for ‘gifting forward’ to Moms in maternity wards on Mothers’ Day. Delighted UJW members Jenny, Linda and Evelyn with Barbara (on the right)