NOAH (Neighbourhood Old Age Homes)


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NOAH (Neighbourhood Old Age Homes) is a model of housing and service for the poor, needy and vulnerable old people in South Africa. NOAH has a hugely important goal. We are creating a better South Africa for the elderly, ensuring the disparities between rich and poor are broken down. We are also setting up a framework that will ensure that we reach more poor and vulnerable old people than ever before.

With 13 homes (houses in residential areas acquired for this purpose) spread over eight areas (Woodstock, Atlantis, Rondebosch East, Athlone, Elsies River, Khayelitsha, Parow and Stellenbosch). NOAH, since it was founded in 1981, has developed an exemplary model of health, home and happiness, and has been a good way of meeting a burgeoning need for safe, affordable housing for the elderly.

Operates in: Cape Town, Western Cape
Established in: March 1981

Non-Profit Organisation Number: 002-836
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Contact person: Mbuzeli Mrwetyana
Phone: 021 447 6334
Fax: 021 448 9108
Physical address: 19 Regent Street, Woodstock, Cape Town
Postal address: P O Box 142, Woodstock, 7925
Website: www.noah.org.za


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