Re-boile Early Learning Centre and After Care is the business of Tryphina Mokhonoana. Radio Pulpit decided to take hands with Tryphina and support her financially to upgrade her facilities, to build a new classroom and to help her to buy the necessary equipment for an excellent crèche and after care center. Radio Pulpit decided to help Tryphina to maintain the center as it provides a crucial service to a very poor community.
Tryphina resides in Wahlmansthal, and is the mother of one child. She is the treasurer of the community of Plot 281 and is very involved with the youth of her community. She already has 10 children that attends the crèche. Tryphina has a love for children and has over 30 years of teaching experience. Tryphina has a BA Degree in Education as well as a Honors and Masters Degree in Afrikaans, and attends various courses. She also attended a Grade R practitioners course at Wits University.
Tryphina decided to use her pension to start the Learning and After Care Centre as a way to give back to the community where she lives. She also does not receive a salary from the centre. She says that her biggest challenge is to pay the salaries of her staff, as the parents of the children in her care often do not have enough money to pay the school fees.
With the help from Radio Pulpit, Tryphina was able to build a new room. She was also able to purchase paint and other necessities to upgrade and beautify the facilities. She also purchased a CD player as well as a small stove.
Tryphina took the parents of the children in her care to Shekinah, Radio Pulpit's campground. She says they had a lovely time there and hopes to go back at some point.
Tryphina plans to retire at the end of the year and to leave the running of the centre in the capable hands of her staff.
Radio Pulpit is proud to be associated with this talented lady.