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Blog
On the ground projects updates
The increase in the number of projects initiated by the NGO locally in Africa gave us the idea to share the daily developments and progresses, latest pictures of our missions on our blog. You can also react on this blog on all these publications.
Written : 2010-06-20 - Last modified 2014-08-09
Support to vulnerable children
Silethithemba Halfway House
Built in rural areas, halfway houses are welcoming the most vulnerable children before and after school hours. They are offered meals, tutorship, and entertainment.
Written : 2013-09-05 - Last modified 2014-07-10
Support to vulnerable children
A Halfway House for vulnerable children of Ladysmith area.
Built in rural areas, halfway houses are welcoming the most vulnerable children before and after school hours. They are offered meals, tutorship, and entertainment.
Written : 2010-05-08 - Last modified 2013-09-05
Financial and psychological support
Income Generating Activities (IGA)
Designing Hope has established different Income Generating Activities in South Africa and Swaziland, including decorated light bulbs, beaded jewellery, wire and bead work, mosaics, sewing and and embroidery. These IGA's are set up within support groups of people living with HIV-AIDS and suffering from exclusion.
Written : 2007-08-15 - Last modified 2011-10-12
Nutrition
Support for the HIV+ patients at Piggs Peak Hospital
Swaziland is one of the most heavily affected regions, where about 40 % of the population is HIV-positive. Piggs Peak is a city of 10 000 inhabitants, located in a rural area. Since 2004, Designing Hope brings support to the HIV-positive patients, to improve the conditions at Piggs Peak hospital.
Written : 0000-00-00 - Last modified 2013-09-05
Support for the refugees of Zimbabwe living in the city center of Johannesburg
Support for the refugees of Zimbabwe
Designing Hope set up a project of support for the Zimbabwean community of the city center of Johannesburg. This action includes the improvement of the sanitary conditions, the construction of toilets, supply of mattresses and sheets, heating and nutritional support, for a home-based care for patients affected by the HIV and the tuberculosis.
Written : 2010-10-27 - Last modified 2013-01-25