Their dreams, their future

2008-05-07 00:00

There are over 15 million children orphaned by Aids around the world and today is the seventh World Aids Orphans Day.

The May’khethele (meaning My Dreams — My Future) Programme was launched last October and the programme’s goal is to improve the health and psychosocial wellbeing, access to education, and economic status of 5 000 children in 10 high schools and six primary schools in the greater Edendale and Elandskop areas of Pietermaritzburg, who have been orphaned and made more vulnerable as a result of HIV/Aids.

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