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Eastern Cape Liquor Board to donate sanitary towels to Cowen High School

Eastern Cape Liquor Board to donate sanitary towels to Cowen High School in New Brighton in Gqeberha at 8h30 on Friday to mark its fight against the Feotal Alcohol Syndrome but also to encourage learners to refrain from experimenting with alcohol.

 

The campaign also seeks to encourage young girls to prioritize their education.

 

It remains an immense concern to the ECLB to receive reports that young girls are experimenting with alcohol and against the backdrop of reported increasing teenage pregnancy there is high risk that young girls might be affected by the FAS.

 

During this campaign ECLB will be accompanied by SAPS, Red Cross and other NGOs to the school.

 

After the school visit ECLB will visit malls around the New Brighton area to further emphasize its message on the dangers of ten Feotal Alcohom Syndrome which essentially results from a woman who consumed alcohol during pregnancy and gives birth to a disabled child.

 

Media is invited to join the Eastern Cape Liquor Board to a programme that is scheduled as follows:

 

Date: 10 September Venue: Cowen High school, New Brighton

Time: 8h30

For enquiries you can contact Mgwebi Msiya at 0605016418


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