Khomanani Daycare is situated in Tlhavekisa village in Mpumalanga. Khomanani Daycare was established on the 11 of January 2003, before 2003 there was no Daycare in the community. Tlhavekisa village has a population of about 4,500 people. The area is characterized by high level of poverty. This community is almost entirely surrounded by wildlife areas which has worsened their level of deprivation. Despite the high levels of unemployment in Tlhavekisa, there is very low levels of crime, most people in this community rely on farming, brick molding, government grants and others find work in nearby farms or tourist lodges .
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The daycare is run by eight staff members, two teaches responsible for 0-18 months old children, one teacher for 19-36 months old children and one teacher who looks after the four-year-old children. The teaching staff are supported by two cleaners and a cook. The daycare currently has 97 children between the age of 0-4years attending, with five building structures, a main block, a mud classroom, two pit toilets and a kitchen which doubles as a storeroom. The main building which is dilapidated is divided into four operating spaces, an office, a room is used for 0-18 months children, a room used for 18-36 months children and the last room used as a sickbay room. The mud classroom is used by the four-year-old children who are ready to start primary school. Two pit toilets one for staff members and the other for the children.
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