Tshimologo Stimulation Centre

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Aveng Moolmans has always been proud of their efforts to assist the community in which they work.
The Tshimologo Stimulation Centre for Disabled Children is situated 3kms from the centre of Francistown. The centre cares for 45 children with physical and mental disabilities, ranging in age from 2 to 12 years. The school aims to promote integration of disabled children into society by providing early stimulation and training of both the child and his parents.
Two years ago their overseas funding was withdrawn and the school was battling with a leaking roof, faulty plumbing and dodgy electricity.
The Aveng Moolmans team came to the rescue - fixed the electrical faults meaning hot meals could again be prepared for the children and staff, installed a new geyser, repaired the roof and painted walls and ceilings where necessary.
The Principal, Mrs. G. B. Seema, told us that Tshimologo means the "beginning" and the assistance received from Aveng Moolmans has meant a new beginning for the centre.