Our aim is to use these programmes to change the general prevailing mind set of hopelessness and helplessness existing among our target group.
Many of our beneficiaries live in informal settlements known as squatter camps. Others live in rented shacks erected in the yards of existing houses with no access to water, toilets or electricity. The remainder live in overcrowded hostels with up to 20 people sharing a 2 bedroomed unit. Overcrowding, starvation/malnutrition, illness and a general sense of despair prevails.
We have worked in the area for long enough to recognise that the ONLY way out of this dire poverty is education....Read More
It is not what we get. But who we become, what we contribute… that gives meaning to our lives.