The members of the South African Police Service are reported to have conducted an act of kindness for some learners belonging to Shakadza Primary School and Robert Mbulungeni Secondary School.
This is after the South African Police Service used its Twitter channel to reveal that they had made donations of sanitary towels, some masks and pens .The initiative took place in Mutale.The learners are reported to also have raised concerns over the act of bullying and the need to end Gender Based Violence.This is a great initiative which should be carried out in other schools around the country.Some learners to not afford to buy sanitary towels for themselves as they come from poor backgrounds.
This makes it hard for some learners to have that self-esteem when they do not afford to buy for themselves. Some end up not going to school as a result of the lack of sanitary towels.Such initiative is important towards building the confidence of female learners.
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