Nkosi’s Haven, named after the young AIDS activist who passed away on 1st June 2000, is a long term residential care centre for the destitute HIV+ mom, her children and AIDS orphans (they children may or may not be infected). Living in a non-prejudicial, non-judgemental, accepting environment, where building the capacity of both resident moms and children is concentrated on. One of our primary objectives is to ensure our children receive the best education affordable and for those who have the academic ability ensure they attend tertiary facilities, at our expense.
- Proud to say that have had 32 matriculants - of those we have 7 graduates and 2 girls at University this year. - Capacity building of our moms is also important and to this end we now employ 7 resident moms who run our kitchen, bakery and laundry. Earning a stipend, we remains responsible for their children's’ education expenses. - Two of our boys climbed Kilimanjaro - one made it, the other didn’t and then following year took on the highest peak in South America. - One of our girl’s won a bursary to attend the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for girls - she started there in 2016 and is doing very well.