The Adams Mission KwaMzamo HIV/AIDS Support Centre' plays a very active and meaningful role in the socio-economic development of our country particularly in the area of HIV/AIDS pandemic. The project stated in 2004. The organization supports more than 100 children in the community, and feed more than 40 hungry families. The organisation is located in Adams Mission which is in the rural settlements of South Africa, about 60 km from the city of Durban, towards South Coast.
The organization is a non-governmental entity and not for profit organization (NPO) Reg. No. 031-105. The South African government is not funding all of our objectives. Our main services are to:
Cater for orphans and distress children between the ages of 2 to 18 years. Our support to these children includes providing shelter, daily meals and negotiating for services.
Provide a feeding scheme to support families who are child headed (where a schooling child is the breadwinner) with food parcels worth R700 a month.
Provide education support (assist with home work and extra classes for children with learning difficulties)
Our children represent our community. Although these children are orphans, there is a brighter future in them if we support them to realise that they did not choose to lose parents.
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Birthday celebrations encourage children and motivate them to feel that they are normal like any child with parents.
The first group of children that was raised at KwaMzamo was admited in 2004. Most of these kids are attending school in the local schools. They all have lost their parents due to HIV/AIDS.
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