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Wednesday, 14 August 2019

Making a difference in communities

The Department of Emergency Medical Sciences is helping a group of Ocean View residents to make a difference in their community by training them as Emergency First Aid Responders (EFAR).

Consumer Science students recently helped homeless youth from the Baphumelele Fountain of Hope Farm to make foods and beverages from the farm’s produce which they sold during a Market Day.

In a show of neighbourly support, the Unit for Applied Law donated cash, toys and stationery to Holy Cross Primary School.

CPUT first year students recently donated R54 300 to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust.

The Cape Town Hotel School recently partnered with a local non-profit organisation, Pocket Money Market to host an event for 120 children to trade their goods and perform artistic renditions. 

CPUT and the University of Karlstad in Sweden are collaborating on a new community-based research project with a focus on gender-based violence (GBV). 

The Emergency Medical Sciences (EMS) Department has reached out to a school community in a bid to boost matric Life Sciences results through a revision programme.