North West & Gauteng


Child Protection Programmes

To protect vulnerable orphans and other children in high-risk circumstances by:

- Presenting Programmes that prevent neglect, exploitation, maltreatment or insufficient supervision of children.

- Rendering services to children that have been identified as being vulnerable; this includes children affected by, of infected with HIV and Aids.

- Managing Day Care Centres, which is an important action with a view to protect children and provide in their basic needs.

Support to families

To extend the capacity and independence of families by:

- Presenting programmes that strengthen and support families and extend their capacity with a view to prevent the malfunctioning of families and to improve the general well-being of families.

Development of resources

The aim of community work is to mobilise the community to address the social problems within their communities. The focus is on: Mentorship programmes for developing, community-based organisations and projects.

The community still have ownership, but are supported by means of expertise and support in order to reach their full potential.

The members of staff aim at staying informed about the development in the field of study in social work. Volunteers form an integral part of the general service delivery and also receive training in order to equip them with the skills to serve the community.