Khaya Tshepo Home for Hope for Vulnerable Children, is a Day Care Centre for children between the ages of 4 months and 6 years. The circumstances in their homes are such that the children need physical, emotional, educational and spiritual support, which is provided by this Centre in the form of two nutritious meals, age-appropriate education and a safe space to play and be a care-free child.
The children who frequent the Day Care Centre are the children of patients or patients themselves, identified through Home Based Care Programmes, local hospitals in the Klerksdorp, Khuma, Alabama and Jouberton areas. The circumstances at their homes are such that the children need love, care and support in the form of nutritious meals and age appropriate education, which is provided by this Centre in the form of two nutritious meals, age-appropriate education and a safe space to play.
It will: Provide daily psycho-social stimulation (physical, emotional, educational and spiritual support) to identified children between 4 months and 6 years. Provide an age-appropriate educational programme, daily. Serve at least two nutritious meals per day. Provide transport for the children to and from the Centre. Sustain the Centre by fundraising ie proposal writing and events.
On the Children: A safe haven during the day. Two nutritious meals per day. Age-appropriate education. Exposed to new environments through diverse excursions. Improved life skills. Improved health and welfare. On the families Grants coming into the homes. Family caregivers are free to fulfil daily responsibilities. Older siblings can attend school regularly. Sick parents/guardians can rest and receive care during the day. On the community Employment opportunities.