Siyaphambili Orphan Village

Ndileka founded the orphan center in her house in 2005 because of the high rate of mortality due to HIV/AIDS especially women who live their young children without support and people to take care of them. The Siyaphambili Orphan Village takes care of 250 orphaned and vulnerable children "OVCs" and includes 85 grandparents, 35 CHILD headed Households and 25 Teen mothers. It serves a hot lunch daily to all and full meals for the children in residence, currently 7 in number, though the number fluctuates up to 35 and many more show up to be fed daily. The Village has 10 volunteers and 7 committee members. It has received funding in the past from foreign NGOs from Sweden, Italy, the...
Build a Second Soup Kitchen in S. Africa
 
AIDS is still killing daily in South Africa, leaving many orphans.Siyaphambili, in Langa township, Cape Town, cares for 35 orphans. Thanks to a first project, a new kitchen has been built! Just outside Port Elizabeth a second kitchen is working, staffed by volunteers to provide food for 100 very poor township orphans and their caretakers, but needs a fence and better equipment. Your donation will solve an urgent need. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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