Izulu Orphan Projects

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We specialize in home based care and work out of crisis support centres in the heart of the communities. We have developed an Orphan Management System which is the core of our work. This system records and tracks the progress and details of every orphan and homestead incorporating GPS and Google Earth. Every family is categorised on their need, a number 1 being most desperate. In 2012 we are supporting 1456 orphans in 621 homes. We are covering schooling (school fees, uniforms and stationery), food, housing and health. We also specialize in Early Childhood Development and have trained, equipped and are mentoring 26 creches this year. We have trained health workers who test and counsel the community in HIV / AIDS, diabetes and blood pressure.

Operates in: Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal
Established in: 2006

Non-Profit Organisation Number: 048-359
Public Benefit Organisation Number: 930031129
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Contact person: Kate Bain
Phone: 083 649 9990
Fax: 086 551 1246
Physical address: Ngqamuzane Crisis Support Centre, Ngqamuzane Reserve, Lower Umfolozi
Postal address: P O Box 217, Felixton, 3875
Website: www.izuluorphanprojects.co.za

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