HOPE for abandoned babies

2016-07-28 06:00
PHOTOS: supplied A Likhon iThemba child teaches the other how to ride a tricycle.

PHOTOS: supplied A Likhon iThemba child teaches the other how to ride a tricycle.

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LIKHON iThemba, a non-profit-organisation, believes that every child has potential no matter their background, where they come from or what they have been through.
Likhon iThemba spokesperson Kim Brown said: “We are passionate about improving the lives of vulnerable children in South Africa and giving them a head-start.

The organisation has a “baby house” called Holah Baby House, a place of safety that provides care for up to six babies.
“We have been registered since June 2012 and have cared for 32 babies so far. We look after the babies until suitable adoptive families are found or until they are reunited with their biological family if the circumstances are right. We have dedicated our time to working with child welfare organisations to ensure these babies are well cared for.”


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