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MathMoms NPC Fundraiser

MathMoms NPC Fundraiser

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MathMoms is a women's initiative powered by nurturing love that builds confident communities one maths empowered child at a time.

We have three overarching aims:

(i) improving the academic results of foundation phase learners through extra maths and literacy classes.

(ii) employing and training unemployed women to tutor maths and literacy.

(iii) creating safe spaces with healthy, continuous relationships, thereby healing trauma and building resilient communities. 

MathMoms is based in the Western Cape, South Africa. The program is implemented in several areas, specifically Elsies River and Ravensmead, Bishop Lavis, and the Winelands District.MathMoms was founded in 2016 in response to challenges faced by our communities and the desire to tell a different kind of story - one of hope, of communities that care.

We achieve our aims through weekly training sessions (for the women) and teaching Grade 2-4 learners maths and literacy skills in extra lessons.

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Adding Up To More:

MathMoms is a women's initiative powered by nurturing love that builds confident communities one maths empowered child at a time.

We have three overarching aims:

(i) improving the academic results of foundation phase learners through extra maths and literacy classes.

(ii) employing and training unemployed women to tutor maths and literacy.

(iii) creating safe spaces with healthy, continuous relationships, thereby healing trauma and building resilient communities. 

MathMoms is based in the Western Cape, South Africa. The program is implemented in several areas, specifically Elsies River and Ravensmead, Bishop Lavis, and the Winelands District.MathMoms was founded in 2016 in response to challenges faced by our communities and the desire to tell a different kind of story - one of hope, of communities that care.

We achieve our aims through weekly training sessions (for the women) and teaching Grade 2-4 learners maths and literacy skills in extra lessons.