Homeless residents of Symphony Way in Delft, after being evicted from their homes, are worried about the state of their children. They have decided to set up programs to keep their children in school and active while outside of school.
For the past two weeks, the children have been struggling to get to school. However, now with the help of local school principals, the community has organised transportation to and from school for all their children. On Sunday, the Anti-Eviction Campaign organised a party of the children which included the showing of a few movies, snacks and drinks. Finally, in the past week, the community has found a soccer coach to begin the first team pavement dweller’s children in Cape Town. They will play friendly games against nearby Leiden, Belhar and other communities. See pictures below: