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Welcome Shaun, Inyoni’s new social worker

Social worker Shaun Victor joined Inyoni Creek in January.

After graduating from the University of Stellenbosch in 2007, Shaun worked for the Department of Social Development in Gugulethu for two years.

He then moved to Mpumalanga and worked for the Lowveld Association of People with Disabilities and then for the South African National Institute for Crime Prevention and the Reintegration of Offenders (NICRO) Nelspruit. In 2013, he transferred to NICRO Pretoria.

From 2016 to 2020, Shaun worked as the residential social worker at Arcadia Jewish Child and Youth Care Centre. And, before joining Rand Aid Association, he worked at Epilepsy South Africa (Gauteng) as assistant director for a year.

He has augmented his social work degree by completing a Higher Certificate in Management and a short course in employee assistance. Shaun also presented a five-day training programme in Cameroon, and an online course – to delegates from across Africa – on the IBE Advocate’s Toolkit for Making Epilepsy a Priority in Africa.     

“I look forward to having a positive impact on Inyoni Creek’s residents and to becoming an integral part of this journey,” says Shaun.

“Rand Aid Association offers residents a support structure that leads to a carefree retirement, and I am eager to put my experience and education to good use,” he adds.

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