Children’s NGO running out of food

2016-07-26 06:00
Enhlanhleni Isibani Sezwe administrator Pamela Magidigidi points to a broken window that has been temporarily fixed with metal.  Photo: Nosipho Mkhize

Enhlanhleni Isibani Sezwe administrator Pamela Magidigidi points to a broken window that has been temporarily fixed with metal. Photo: Nosipho Mkhize

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ENHLANHLENI Isibani Sezwe, an organisation for orphans and vulnerable children, recently held a prayer session and an awareness campaign on drugs and HIV/Aids.
Enhlanhleni founder, Pastor Alfred Ntshangase, said the campaign was well presented and informative.
“During the campaign we had talks on drugs, abuse and more on HIV/Aids since most of the children we assist are infected and affected by HIV/Aids. We discovered that most children are on antiretroviral treatment and most of them don’t know what the treatment is for and why they taking it.

Pastor Ntshangase said the organisation currently doesn’t have enough food to feed the children.
“The organisation is running out of food. We have decreased our soup kitchen days. We used to cook for the children everyday, but now we can only provide them with food three days a week. We also have a challenge with not having enough resources to work with.
“Another major problem at the centre is the broken doors and windows that need fixing. The children need to be in a safe environment which is why we need to fix the doors and the windows quickly.”

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