Dear All

Ndlovu Care Group, the Ndlovu Team, the community at large, would like to thank you for your wonderful and huge donations done to support our beneficiaries in the difficult time of lockdown and COVID19 disaster.

In South Africa at this stage (25 October 2020)  there are almost 720.000 confirmed cases, 18.944 deaths and approximately an estimated extra deaths of 42.000 South Africans who have not been given a proper diagnosis or test for COVID19.

It remains our opinion that the virus itself does not make the worst of all our Public Health threats (HIV/AIDS had in its peak time approx. 1200 death a day and 1900 daily new HIV+ patients ….. for many years) but the lockdown created over 6 million job losses. As a result extreme poverty re-occurs especially in the rural areas of which we will not recover for the next few years. HUNGER will become a main threat and daily food security is for many uncertain.

The economic disaster is enormous in a country already defined by its huge inequalities and socio-economic differences……….

It is therefore that the assistance we together have provided, has been, and will remain so important!!

We continue to fundraise and look after our communities. This we can only do with your assistance. 

The report provided will give you a good insight in how important and lifesaving the food program is. Food parcels is an emergency response, food gardens a major step in sustainable food supply. 

Thanks a million


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Vision & Mission

Our vision: creating hope and development opportunities to build healthy, responsible and self-sustaining communities.

Ndlovu Care Group works with communities to design and implement innovative, evidence-based solutions and programmes through an integrated approach addressing: healthcare, child and youth needs, WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene), infrastructure support and research for improved cohesive community development.


Medical Care with an approach of accessible, affordable, quality care, focusing on prevention rather than treatment of compromised conditions

Child & Youth Development Programmes

Childcare & Youth Development programmes focusing on supporting young people in their physical, mental and social development


Sustainable access to safe water, sanitation, and hygiene focusing on physiological needs as one of the most essential issues

Infrastructure Support

Construction and Maintenance of new organisational infrastructure, as well as, if needed, appropriate homes for destitute and/or at risk child-headed households


The Ndlovu Research Department is the backbone of our Research activities consisting of Clinical Trials and Academic Research, involving the various disciplines of epidemiology, infectious diseases, social sciences, virology and immunology

Focus Projects



The first Ndlovu Nutritional Unit (NNU) was established in 1996 and three more strategically placed NNU’s soon followed, with a fifth recently at the Ndlovu Bloempoort Mini Campus. 1 out 4 children grow up stunted due to malnourishment.

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Ndlovu Wits Audiology (NWA) provides comprehensive ear-and hearing care services through prevention (community education programmes), early identification and management of ear and hearing problems (new-born hearing screening, school screening, community screening and diagnostic assessments) and maintaining active research (evidence-based model).

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Disability promotion is a major issue in the work of the Ndlovu Care Group. Mentally and physically handicapped children are often not integrated into society, often they do not even receive adequate medical care, and the vulnerability of these children is even greater. Early detection of disabilities is essential to ensure that children are effectively treated and rehabilitated. Unfortunately, however, disabilities are often detected quite late in the children's lives. To prevent these children from degenerating through neglect, however, is possible through effective intervention. The Ndlovu Care Group has set itself this goal.

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Ndlovu Care Group’s view is that sports is a natural stepping stone for the individual and especially vulnerable children in the Maslow Hierarchy of needs towards a sense of belonging self-exploration and achievement.

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The ITREMA project is a collaboration between investigators from the University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU), Utrecht University, Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen, the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg, South Africa) and Ndlovu Care Group (NCG, Limpopo, South Africa).

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Ndlovu Youth Choir

Since its inception in 2009, the choir has profoundly affected the lives of the choristers and demonstrates the potential of any human being to achieve excellence no matter their background, education or place of birth.  From its humble beginnings as an after-school activity the choir has evolved into a truly outstanding professional ensemble.

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Our Partners

Ndlovu Care Group is in partnership with the following organisations