This childcare project started over ten years ago and is focused on orphans and vulnerable children. The project is involved with around 150 children from grade one through to university level.
Every two months the leaders meet with the guardians of the children, working together with them on the children’s development.
Children with HIV receive extra help with food supplements etc. Help is given to purchase school uniforms, school bags and so on.
The programme has reached the stage where children are now finding work at the end of their schooling and are volunteering as programme leaders.
A Foundations for Farming programme is being piloted with a view to developing greater financial independence.
This is a project that has impacted many and the emerging generation of leaders is committed to continuing their work.