r a weekly set menu, PSFA also supplied the school with plates, spoons, cooking equipment and cooking gas when needed. PSFA will be paying two food preparers with a monthly stipend.
PSFA anticipates that in a year from today’s launch, we would have served 158 400 meals to the 400 learners at this school.
PSFA has been able to provide this much-needed service to the disadvantaged children of Tulbagh, thanks to the generous support of our donors. PSFA is also proud to be of support to the WCED in addressing the feeding requirement at this school.
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PSFA director, Petrina Pakoe, Lindelwa Sopotela, NSNP Programme Manager (WCED), Colin Moses, interim principal at Lingomso Primary, Dr Sigamoney Naiker, chief director inclusive education & special projects (WCED) and Niel le Roux, member of Lingomso Primary governing body pose for a picture with some of the learners on our feeding programme at Lingomso Primary[/caption]