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Sep05 10 Facts About Fetal Alcohol Syndrome

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) is a characteristic pattern of physical and mental birth deficiencies, ...
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Dec14 FASfacts Newsletters - 2015

Newsletters from 2015
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Dec10 Pregnant Women Mentoring Program - Open Day 2015

The 4th Open Day of FASfacts Pregnant Women Mentoring Program was once again the highlight of the ye...
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Jul10 The unforgiving days of too much wine and never enough roses

A cruel, unrelenting cycle of poverty, drinking and fetal alcohol syndrome robs families of all hope...
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Jul10 Painting their future with FASfacts

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May27 FASfacts’ FASD Policy Brief

South Africa is at a high risk for alcohol-related problems and is in the second highest category of...
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May25 I gave my children booze - and now I fear for their future

In a binge-drinking community parents often give their children alcohol, or they get it in the womb...
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May25 Worcester Aspoesters

Dié moedige heldinne probeer swanger vroue in hooplose omstandighede help om op te hou drink en norm...
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Feb25 The Slavery of Alcohol

THE BIGGEST THREAT TO SOUTH AFRICA
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Feb25 Locals help stem the tide of FAS

Pregnant Women Mentoring Programme, run by FASfacts, works with communities at risk to raise their a...
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  • "A new baby is like the beginning of all things - wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities.” ―Eda J. Le Shan

  • “Drinking during pregnancy is linked with disaster – personal disaster for the ‘bright-eyed ones,’ disaster for their families and their hope for their young, and disaster for . . . society as we struggle to pay the huge price of this destruction.” - Prof. Ann Streissguth, Ph.D.

  • "If you're pregnant, don't drink. If you drink, don't get pregnant" - Eva Carner

  • "Every day is FASD Awareness day" - Teresa Kellerman (www.babybornfree.com)