Offers educational programs on substance abuse and other life skills training through creative outputs to the community at large (e.g. schools, churches and social clubs)…
Supporting local traditional rehabilitation strategies (PCA acknowledges that formal rehabilitation is not the only method of successfully rehabilitating users) therefore PCA supports local rehabilitation methods that operate within a constitutional framework…
In collaboration with the Motswedi Information and Technology Centre (MOITO) PCA offers computer skills training to rehabilitated individuals with the goal of equipping them with new skills reintegrate them back into society with a new skill that can help sustain their new lifestyle…
PCA secretary Lydia with the youth of Borakalalo Village during a three day sobriety campaign (22-24 April 2020). The aim of this campaign was to encourage a sober lifestyle amongst the youth of Borakalalo Village, Motswedi Village and Poosedumane Village through education and dialogue. During this campaign young people were urged to take a sobriety pledge and commit to it.
Three day Sobriety campaign
Quick, easy to read pamphlets used in PCA outreach campaigns.
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Address: Stand number: 30045 Sebalagane Section Motswedi Village, 2870.
Phone: 076 263 0098
067 115 152
Phenyoetsile Change Agents (PCA) was birthed out of a need. A need to see restoration in villages that were once the epitome of peace and harmony, villages that are currently being ravaged by violence because of substance abuse and all the troubles it brings
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