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African Friends is an international group of non-paid volunteers raising funds for children in South Africa who, as a result of Aids/HIV, live in wretched circumstances.

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Projects

Kwamzamo


Kwamzamo is a home for Aids-affected children, to the south of Durban. It was started by Raymond Madondo and a local committee in response to the traditional and local leaders’ request to enable these children to be cared for within their community rather than be sent away from their areas to formal children’s homes. There are no homes in their direct areas.

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Thokomala


Thokomala is a children’s home for Aids-affected children, to the west of Durban in the valley of 1000 hills, also called Kwa Nyuswa. It was started by a local committee in response to the traditional and local leaders’ request to enable these children to be cared for within their community rather than be sent away from their areas to formal children’s homes.

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Tholimpilo


Tholimpilo may best be described as the community’s response to the devastation of the Aids pandemic. Tholimpilo is planned to provide support and care for the sick in the community. To be a feeding scheme targeting aids-affected children, for counseling and possibly for VCT testing, and for a cluster foster Children’s Home, which can also act as a shelter for emergency needs.

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Kwamzamo


is a home for Aids-affected children, to the south of Durban. It was started by Raymond Madondo and a local committee in response to the traditional and local leaders’ request to enable these children to be cared for within their community rather than be sent away from their areas to formal children’s homes. There are no homes in their direct areas.

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