Better Futures #10 - Kago ya Bana (or KYB, as it is known).


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Building together for our children.

Young children in under-privileged areas are often denied a great start in life. By partnering with local and national government, NGOs and communities through the Kago Ya Bana initiative, Hollard aims to provide these children with love and care, adequate nutrition, a stimulating environment, and access to services that will enable them to grow and thrive.

We believe there is a better way to create a brighter future for vulnerable children.
To Hollard, giving children a great start in life means giving them love and care, proper nutrition, a stimulating environment, and access to early childhood development (ECD) services that will enable them to grow and thrive.


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About the artist...

Judy Woodborne (1966).

Judy Woodborne is a printmaker and painter. She obtained her B.A.F.A from Michaelis School of Fine Art, University of Cape Town (UCT) with a first class pass in printmaking (1988), an advanced Diploma in Printmaking awarded with Distinction (1989), and Masters of Fine Arts Degree (MFA) with Distinction in 1993.

 

Kago ya bana

Enabling better futures through early childhood development.