CHILD & Youth Development Programmes
To support orphans and vulnerable children in rural communities, the Ndlovu Care Group has launched the Child & Youth Development Programme. Needy children are identified and visited. They take care of the children’s well-being, which does not only include health, social and emotional well-being. The economic and living conditions are also taken into account and improved, with an emphasis on future development and employability.
Ndlovu Nutritional Units
Prevent and treat malnutrition of children and improve their nutritional situation through education of the mother/caregiver and change in the home situation.
Child Headed Households
Ensure basic needs such as clean water, food, shelter, health care and safety for orphaned and vulnerable Children. Ensure that the Child Headed Households are assisted with social skills to manage their extreme severe conditions of growing up without parental guidance of family assisted support.
Community Disability and Rehabilitation Programme
Provide basic rehabilitation services to the disabled children in our community with the involvement of the parents and their family. It is the aim to take the rehabilitation programmes into the household, improve the households to the needs of the disabled child and destigmatise the Community for a better acceptance of the family.
The Ndlovu Pre-Schools apply the government approved Early Childhood Development approach, which is an innovative and inspiring approach to early childhood education.
The Ndlovu Chill Hubs were established to be created a conducive environment for children & youth to come and visit, relax, read a book, watch a video, make home work, become computer-literate and have access to social services. A save heaven for children in an environment of poverty.