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FAS Educational Initiative<span> <h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​​Learn about the FAS Educational Initiative​​​​​​​</h2></span> <p> The programme uses a specially designed baby simulator doll that teaches pupils about the effects of FAS on children, as well as the realities of child care, substance abuse, and emphasises <a href="https://www.capetown.gov.za/Family%20and%20home/Personal-health/Sexual-health">abstinence and safe sex</a>. The simulator cries and its facial features resemble a child born with FAS. Although there is no cure for FAS, the programme aims to teach 12 to 18 year olds that FAS is 100% preventable. </p><span><h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​​Contact us​​​​​​​</h2></span> <p> If you have any queries about the FAS Educational Initiative or would like to get involved, please contact our main representative below:</p><h4>Ferial Soeker, Substance Abuse, Social Development and Early Childhood Development</h4><p> <em>Telephone: </em> <br> <em> <a>021 444 0725</a></em></p><p> <em>Email: </em> <br> <a href="mailto:ferial.soeker@capetown.gov.za"> <em>ferial.soeker@capetown.gov.za</em></a><em> </em></p>GP0|#43489878-eb2d-4cce-8fe7-2b89a0ef8ebb;L0|#043489878-eb2d-4cce-8fe7-2b89a0ef8ebb|Support and safety;GTSet|#a7cfb90d-44ad-4426-98ce-565f79932396;GPP|#35719d0d-5c98-4384-9af1-e91dc8392e18The FAS Educational Initiative increases awareness about the effects of drinking while pregnant.

 

 

 

 

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