Stories of Hope
“My name is Ephraim and I am 8 years old. I love to learn about outer space – the planets and how people go in rockets to the moon. My report this term was lovely I got mostly sevens and sixes. I got a four in Physical Education and I am going to start focusing on that and I am thinking of starting to play more than enough and wake up my lazy bones so that I can be fast enough. I do extra murals like arts and crafts and choir. At iKhaya I enjoy knitting, drawing and dancing classes. Sometimes when someone says ‘this one draws better than that one’ I say it doesn’t matter who draws the best it‘s not a competition. I would like to share this – you are what you do and actions speak louder than words.”
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Partnering with iKhaya le Themba helps transform the lives of South African orphaned and vulnerable children. The Home of Hope provides:
A safe and stimulating environment where children are nurtured, nourished with a hot meal and an abundance of love and care.
Educational Support through structured after school care programs designed to re-enforce learning, life skills, therapeutic groups, art, sport, fun and play;
Holistic care and support for children affected by HIV&AIDS and other difficult life circumstances.