Final Report of the Children and Violence Intervention Project: January 1994 to November 1995

Final Report of the Children and Violence Intervention Project: January 1994 to November 1995

The Children and Violence Intervention Project (CVIP), an extension of the Save the Children Pilot Project, is a trauma intervention and education programme which serves six schools in the township of Soweto in South Africa. This report describes in detail the successes and obstacles the CVIP has encountered over the last two years. It also serves as an introductory look at the important service the project is providing in the severely disadvantaged community of Soweto.

 

Final Report of The Children and Violence Intervention Project
Dorothy Khosa
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Dorothy Khosa is the manager of the Youth Programme at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation

Wandile Zwane
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Wandile Zwane is a former CSVR project manager. He's a development specialist with both government and civil society experience at technical and management level. He holds a Master of Arts in international child welfare, social work.

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