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CONTENTS C hairman’s Review ................................................................................................. 3 Executive Director’s Report ................................................................................ 4 ACFS Governing Body ......................................................................................... 30 ACFS List of Volunteers ..................................................................................... 31 D onations ................................................................................................................ 33 A udited F inancial S tatements ............................................................................. 35

African Children’s Feeding Scheme 65th Annual Report 2013


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C h a i r m a n ’s R e v i e w The year ended 31 March 2013 is reviewed in the 65th Annual Report of the African Children’s Feeding Scheme (ACFS). It certainly presented its challenges with escalating costs and restricted growth regarding donation income. 7KH EXGJHW IRU WKH \HDU HQGHG  0DUFK  SURYLGHG IRU D GHÀFLW which I did not quantify in the previous report. The anticipated budget SURYLGHGIRUDGHÀFLWRI5PLOOLRQ+RZHYHUZLWKFRVWVDYLQJLQLWLDWLYHV DQGVPDOOLQFUHDVHLQGRQDWLRQVLQFRPHWKHDFWXDOGHÀFLWIRUWKH\HDUZDV 5PLOOLRQ$OWKRXJKWKHUHVHUYHVFRXOGDFFRPPRGDWHWKHVKRUWIDOOWKH\ ZHUHVXEVWDQWLDOO\GHSOHWHG'HVSLWHWKLVZHVXFFHHGHGLQQRWGHFUHDVLQJ WKHQXPEHURIFKLOGUHQZKREHQHÀWIURPIHHGLQJSURYLGHGE\WKH$&)6 The global economy remains a factor together with high food and transport costs as well as there being little growth in donor income. To maintain its activities of feeding 31 000 under-nourished children each GD\$&)6KDVHPEDUNHGRQDQDJJUHVVLYHIXQGUDLVLQJFDPSDLJQ7KLVKDV already born fruit and a grant from the ELMA Foundation was received in June 2013. The budget for the year ended 31 March 2014 indicates a surplus of R1 million. Additional funds must still be acquired to replace the reserves that were utilised over the last two years and try to build up reserves in the coming years.

´,ZRXOGOLNHWRWKDQNDOORI our donors and partners for their continued and generous contributions which ensures the sustainability and success of the ACFS as well as the continued benefit given to the community by ACFS.�

,ZRXOGOLNHWRWKDQN0V3KLQGLOH+ODOHOH ([HFXWLYH'LUHFWRU DQGKHU entire team as well as members of the Governing Body for their efforts DQG GHGLFDWLRQ IRU HQVXULQJ WKH VXFFHVV RI WKH VFKHPH GHVSLWH WKH trying times. ,ZRXOGDOVROLNHWRZHOFRPH0HVVUV1LFN'HQQLVDQG0QFDQH0WKXQ]L DVPHPEHUVRIWKH*RYHUQLQJ%RG\DQG,ORRNIRUZDUGWRZRUNLQJZLWK them. Ms. Bonisiwe Dlamini resigned as a member of the Governing %RG\DQG,ZRXOGOLNHWRWKDQNKHUIRUKHUFRQWULEXWLRQWR$&)6RYHU the past years. /DVWEXWQRWOHDVW,ZRXOGOLNHWRWKDQNDOORIRXUGRQRUVDQGSDUWQHUV for their continued and generous contributions which ensures the VXVWDLQDELOLW\DQGVXFFHVVRIWKH$&)6DVZHOODVWKHFRQWLQXHGEHQHÀW given to the community by ACFS. 3OHDVHUHDGWKURXJKWKHDFFRPSDQ\LQJ([HFXWLYH'LUHFWRU¡VUHSRUWDQG DXGLWHGÀQDQFLDOVWDWHPHQWVIRULQIRUPDWLRQUHJDUGLQJWKHDFWLYLWLHVRI ACFS.

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Executive Director’s 2013 Annual Report

This is ACFS Community Education and Feeding Scheme’s 65th Annual development report. It provides a review of our activities and developments for the year 2012/2013. 7KH UHSRUW LV DLPHG DW VWDNHKROGHUV ZKR KDYH DQ LQWHUHVW LQ WKH VXVWDLQDELOLW\ RI$&)6 LQFOXGLQJHPSOR\HHVORFDOFRPPXQLWLHVGRQRUVJRYHUQPHQWDQGEHQHÀFLDULHV,WIRFXVHV on our objectives and how the objectives were achieved. VISION

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who have an

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interest in the

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sustainability

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of ACFS

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To ensure the ongoing sustainability of feeding centres by establishing food JDUGHQVDQGVNLOOVGHYHORSPHQWSURMHFWV

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Feeding

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FEEDING 7KLVSURJUDPPHFDWHUVIRUPDOQRXULVKHGFKLOGUHQ+,9$,'6LQIHFWHGDQGDIIHFWHGRUSKDQVFKLOGUHQKHDGLQJIDPLOLHV DQGFKLOGUHQIURPWKHSRYHUW\VWULFNHQIDPLOLHV$&)6SURYLGHVDSHDQXWEXWWHUVDQGZLFKDQGDFXSRIPLONWR FKLOGUHQHDFKGD\IURP6RZHWR(DVW5DQGDQG:HVW5DQGLQFOXGLQJLQIRUPDOVHWWOHPHQWVXUURXQGLQJWKRVH DUHDVFKLOGUHQDUHVHUYHGZLWKFRRNHGPHDOVRQZHHNGD\V7KLVLVFRRNHGDQGVHUYHGIURPVFKRROV7KH RWKHUFDWHJRU\RIFKLOGUHQWKDWLVSURYLGHGZLWKQXWULWLRXVPHDOVLVWKHSUHSULPDU\VFKRROFKLOGUHQ:HDGPLWWHG 95 children at our two Malnutrition Rehabilitation centres i.e. Alexandra and Zola. At these centres children are SURYLGHGZLWKQXWULWLRXVPHDOVWZLFHDGD\DQGDPLGGD\VQDFN7KHWZRPHDOVDUHEUHDNIDVWDQGOXQFK

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6 mobile vans that distribXWHIRRGWRWKHRXWVNLUWVRI the township

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13 Feeding Centres

Preparation & Delivery Points

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5

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62

173 989

572

9 920

40

3 698 920

14 915

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3 850 696

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572

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Feeding

MALES

878

54

15 281

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804

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59

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16 085

4 220 216

217 744

250 061

878

13 392

54

3 989 080

Total

8 070 912

359 600

424 050

1 450

23 312

94

7 688 000

31 000

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8 Impact made through feeding The following is the impact reported by schools:


9 Impact noticed by ACFS during monitoring and evaluation x

7KURXJKRXUPRQWKO\ZHLJKLQJRIWKHFKLOGUHQDWWKH0DOQXWULWLRQ5HKDELOLWDWLRQ&HQWUHZHKDYHQRWLFHGD great improvement in the weight and the physical condition of the children.

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10 Health Education in the Community ²DGXOWVDUHVHHQHYHU\ZHHNDWWKHIHHGLQJFHQWUHV7KH\DUHDOVROHDUQLQJPRUHDERXWGLIIHUHQW diseases more especially on prevention and management.

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FOOD GARDENING This is for food security and nutritional security. Families are encouraged to have vegetable gardens at their home WRPHHWWKHGHPDQGVRIKLJKFRVWRIIRRG,WLVWKURXJKWKLVSURMHFWWKDWEHQHÃ&#x20AC;FLDULHVDUHDOVRPRWLYDWHGDQGWDXJKW KRZWRFRRNYHJHWDEOHVZLWKRXWORVLQJWKHQHFHVVDU\QXWULHQWV$&)6DOVRHQFRXUDJHIDPLOLHVWRJURZYHJHWDEOHV QRWRQO\IRUVXUYLYDOEXWWRVWDUWJDUGHQVIRUJHQHUDWLQJLQFRPH2XUIHHGLQJFHQWUHVVWLOOVHUYHDVRXUWUDLQLQJ grounds.

Number of food garden patches at the feeding centres. AREA

2011 / 2012

2012 / 2013

1

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180

188

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236

241

3

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198

198

4

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159

162

5

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84

90

6

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209

212

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212

218

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176

179

9

Daveyton

144

148

10

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165

168

11

Alexandra

86 containers

108

12

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126

130

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NUMBER OF DIRECT BENEFICIARIES

NUMBER OF INDIRECT BENEFICIARIES

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45

315

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At the end of the training session all areas had people trained to start food gardening.

Skills Development 7KH VNLOOV GHYHORSPHQW SURJUDPPH LV DQ important wing of our operations. It is through WKLVZLQJWKDW$&)6HQFRXUDJHVEHQHÃ&#x20AC;FLDULHVWR GHYHORS VNLOOV WKDW ZLOO HYHQWXDOO\ KHOS WKHP WR become independent. The long term outcome of this programme is to see people starting their own businesses and their dignity being restored.

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Look at us now1 Its almost the end of one era and the beginning of another for a group of Grade 11 students.

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PARTNERSHIPS 1.

ANGLO AMERICAN CHAIRMANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S FUND The annual donation received from the Anglo American Chairmanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Fund has for many years assisted the ACFS with WKHGDLO\UXQQLQJFRVWVRIWKHRUJDQL]DWLRQ,WLVWKURXJKWKLVJHQHURXVFRQWULEXWLRQWKDWZHDUHVWLOODEOHWRJHWIRRG WRFKLOGUHQRQDGDLO\EDVLVDQGFDUU\RQZLWKWKHWDVNRILPSDUWLQJVNLOOVWRRXUEHQHĂ&#x20AC;FLDULHVZKLFKFDQDVVLVW WKHPLQEHFRPLQJVHOIVXIĂ&#x20AC;FLHQW'XHWRWKHFXUUHQWHVFDODWLRQLQWKHFRVWRIOLYLQJWKH$&)6LVH[WUHPHO\JUDWHIXO to the fund for their support. Annually the Anglo American Fund Managers invite their overseas partners to visit some of our centres where they JHWWRVHHWKHSRVLWLYHLPSDFWWKDWWKHIXQGLVPDNLQJRQWKHOLYHVRIVRPDQ\SRYHUW\VWULFNHQIDPLOLHV

2.

DE BEERS

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Indoors and outdoors educational activities that enhance education at these centres.

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HAND IN HAND 7KH+DQGLQ+DQGRUJDQL]DWLRQXQGHUVWDQGVWKHKDUGVKLSRIRXUSRYHUW\VWULFNHQVHQLRUFLWL]HQV7KLVJURXSRIZDUP KHDUWHGSHRSOHKROGVDFRQFHUWHDFK\HDUIRURXUROGHUEHQHÃ&#x20AC;FLDULHVDQGHQJDJHVGLIIHUHQWDUWLVWVWRHQWHUWDLQWKHP The oldies enjoy singing and dancing to their favorite old songs as well as the wonder of having no responsibility for a few hours except to enjoy themselves. The wonderful afternoon is rounded off with each individual receiving a much appreciated food hamper.

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HEARTS OF GOLD %ULDQ0LOOHUDQGKLVWHDPHSLWRPL]HWKHZRUG´8EXQWXµ7KLVJURXSKDVRYHUWKHSDVW\HDUVDVVLVWHGFKLOGUHQ IURPXQGHUSULYLOHJHGIDPLOLHVLQRXWO\LQJDUHDVE\VXSSO\LQJIRRGFORWKLQJDQGKRXVHKROGLWHPV,QDGGLWLRQWRDOORI this Brian gives an annual donation to the running of our Zola centre where more than 1 500 children are fed daily. ACFS also values the generosity of Ronli Cohen and her team who donated toys that were distributed to 1 200 children from different feeding centres. It is heartwarming for children to have new toys. Most of those toys were HGXFDWLRQDOWR\V(GXFDWLRQZDVSURPRWHGLQDSOD\IRUP:HOOGRQH5RQOLNHHSXSWKHJRRGZRUN\RXDUHGRLQJ together with your team.


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20 9.

JOBURG JUNIOR AND MINI Councillors (DFK\HDUWKHFKLOGUHQRQRXUVFKHPHORRNIRUZDUGWRWKHPDJLFWKLVJURXSRIUHVSRQVLEOHFDULQJ\RXQJVWHUVEULQJV ZLWKWKHP(DVWHUSDUWLHVDQG&KULVWPDVSDUWLHVDUHDIXQÃ&#x20AC;OOHGWLPHIRURXUEHQHÃ&#x20AC;FLDULHVZLWKSOHQW\RILQWHUDFWLRQ IURP WKH \RXQJ FRXQFLOORUV )DFHV DUH SDLQWHG PXVLF LV SOD\HG DQG JRRG IRRG LV SURYLGHG WR PDNH WKHVH GD\V remembered long after the event.

Events conducted by Junior and Mini Councillors 2012 / 2013

10.

EVENTS

TARGET GROUP

NUMBER

Easter Eggs

Children

5 000

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1 000

Madiba Day

Grannies

200

.LGV&DUQLYDO

Children

300

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Children

200

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Number of meals provided

Meals served from school

MEALS PER DAY

MEALS PER YEAR

600

132 000


21 Impact

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14 915 3 698 920

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31 000

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7 688 000

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16.

SOUL SISTAS A wonderful caring group of women who gave up of their time to ensure warmth and joy in the lives of the children at the Zola centre. For the past 10 years these ladies have provided each child with a new winter wardrobe as well as a donation of clothing collected from family and friends. The little ones are fed a yummy meal and leave at the end of the day with full tummies and warm clothing.


24 17.

TIGER BRANDS Tiger Brands involvement with the ACFS started 10 years ago and in March 2013 a celebration was held to FRPPHPRUDWHWKLVVLJQLĂ&#x20AC;FDQWSDUWQHUVKLS 7KHVXSSRUWVKRZQE\7LJHU%UDQGVKDVHQDEOHGRXURUJDQL]DWLRQWRFRQWLQXHZLWKWKHIHHGLQJRIFKLOGUHQ daily.This has been done not only by providing peanut butter and bread for the children but also providing the 1200 EHQHĂ&#x20AC;FLDU\IDPLOLHVZLWKDPRQWKO\IRRGSDUFHO:LWKWKHFXUUHQWHFRQRPLFGRZQWUHQGWKLVIHHGLQJSURJUDPPHKDV EHFRPHHYHQPRUHYLWDOIRUWKHSRYHUW\VWULFNHQIDPLOLHV The positive effect of the proper nutrition is that the children are now able to concentrate during school lessons and not be distracted by pangs of hunger. Generally their academic results have improved and this in turn allows these youngsters to have dreams of a better future. The effect of ARV medicines is greatly enhanced though better nutrition and gives the infected children a greater chance of leading healthy productive lives.

Other important activities supported through Tiger Brands involvement 17.1

School Holiday Programmes Through Tiger brand support ACFS manages to run the school holiday programmes in all our feeding FHQWUHV'XULQJVFKRROKROLGD\V$&)6SURYLGHGSURJUDPPHVWKDWNHHSWKHFKLOGUHQDZD\IURPWKHVWUHHWV DQGFRPHXSZLWKOLIHVNLOOVSURJUDPPHVIRUWKHFKLOGUHQ7KLV\HDUZHLQYROYHGWKHIROORZLQJGHSDUWPHQWV to come with their expertise: x

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During these sessions we were able to provide food to the children. 17.2

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26 17.3

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Children are given opportunity to gain strength that they need for extra mural activities.

Families Tiger Brands enabled ACFS to provide 1 200 families with monthly food parcels that are distributed to the disadvantaged families.

Impact made through food parcels to parents / guardians and children x

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MALES

FEMALES

TOTAL

14 915

16 085

31 000

3 698 920

3 989 080

7 688 000

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54

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9 920

13 392

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27 Assisted Families FOOD PARCELS Food parcels per month Food parcels per year

1 200 14 400

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VODACOM FOUNDATION The feeding centre in Meadowlands is very fortunate in having Vodacom Foundation as their sponsors. The involvement of the Foundation goes much further than just the feeding of 300 children at the centre in that LQWHUDFWLRQZLWKWKHEHQHÃ&#x20AC;FLDULHVPDNHVWKHPIHHOWKDWWKHUHDUHFRPSDQLHVRXWWKHUHWKDWUHDOO\GRFDUHDERXW them.

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WORLD CHEFS TOUR AGAINST HUNGER 7RVWDQGXSDQGPDNHDGLIIHUHQFHLQWKHOLYHVRIWKHXQGHUSULYLOHJHGFKLOGUHQLVWKHÃ&#x20AC;UVWSULRULW\IRUWKLVJURXSRI chefs. They are engaged with ACFS in providing additional food that is added to the food parcels. This has covered WKHDVSHFWRISURWHLQVWKURXJKSURYLVLRQRISLOFKDUGÃ&#x20AC;VK:HKLJKO\DSSUHFLDWHWKHSDUWQHUVKLSZHKDYHZLWKWKH &KHI·VFRPPXQLW\7KURXJKWKHLQYROYHPHQWRI%ULGJHW*XQQHU:&7$+KDVEHFRPHDQ$&)6IDPLO\PHPEHU

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Donation from Belgium 7KHWRXUDJDLQVWKXQJHUUHVXOWHGLQ$&)6JDLQLQJPRUHH[SRVXUHDQGIULHQGV2XUFKLOGUHQZHUHIRUWXQDWH WRUHFHLYHER[HVRIWR\VIURP%HOJLXP7KHVHWR\VZHUHGLVWULEXWHGWRDOOWKHIHHGLQJFHQWUHV7KDQNVWR the Belgian community for extending their helping hand to South Africa particularly the ACFS community.

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