Khaya Thsepo provides love, care and support for children between 4 months and 6 years.

Objectives of the project

  • To provide daily psycho-social stimulation (physical, emotional, educational and spiritual support) to identified children between  4 months and 6 years.
  • To provide an age-appropriate educational programme, daily.
  • To serve at least two nutritious meals per day.
  • To provide transport for the children to and from the Centre.
  • To sustain the Centre by fundraising  ie proposal writing and events.

Impact of the project


  • Up to 55 children between the ages of 4 months and 6 years.
  • 7 African ladies – admin and practitioners – who receive a monthly stipend (when available).
  • 2 Drivers – both Africans – who transport the children to and from Khaya Tshepo daily.

On the Children

  • A safe haven during the day.
  • Two nutritious meals per day.
  • Age-appropriate education.
  • Exposed to new environments through diverse excursions.
  • Improved life skills.
  • Improved health and welfare.

On the families

  • Grants coming into the homes.
  • Family caregivers are free to fulfill daily responsibilities.
  • Older siblings can attend school regularly.
  • Sick parents/guardians can rest and receive care during the day.

On the community

  • Employment opportunities.
  • Opportunity for businesses, churches, schools, service clubs and individuals to support their community by CSI Programmes, special projects and donations.