Some Mamkhulu.org Success Stories:

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Saturday Clubs Saturdays are a difficult day for many orphans and vulnerable children as they do not have food at home and the daily feeding schemes at school are not functioning. The Litsemba Centre team decided to become creative and start a Saturday morning programme to provide 40 - 50 children each Saturday with food and fun.

Redeemer Sindiso Nsibande - click to see his work! Redeemer Nsibande is a young wire work artist who has a great talent for creating anything out of glass seed beads and wire. He started his wire art a number of years ago in Johannesburg while living with a young artist from Zimbabwe.
Orders can be placed through Mamkhulu.org contacts. Redeemer can work from any picture, in any size or create a piece from a description.
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School Support for OVC Children who do not have parents find it challenging to go to school. Mamkhulu.org has set up a homework support programme to assist youth who are orphaned and who have been unable to complete their schooling for various reasons.

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