What we do
Home of Home for Girls works closely with the South African Police Services and other welfare organisations to identify abuse and remove children from exploitative situations.
We have had considerable success in identifying and rehabilitating vulnerable children by creating a safe home environment and access to educational resources. Promoting the importance of education is an important part of what we do.
We help neglected children enroll in school and obtain school uniforms and textbooks. Home of Home for Girls recognises that educating girls goes a long way towards their independence and success in adulthood. Where possible, we work to reunite trafficked children with responsible family members. We also protect our children by setting in motion legal action against those who threaten them and encourage others to report child abusers, exploiters and drug dealers. In line with our value of education, we believe it is important to educate our children about HIV prevention and provide support groups for HIV-positive children and adults.
Home of Hope for Girls offers compassion and acceptance to those who have been sexually exploited, trafficked and orphaned. Whatever the circumstance, we are confident that we can help any child take control of their lives by guiding them and teaching them the tools needed to become self-supporting and integrated into society. With this in mind, we believe that a girl’s background does not define her future and that given the chance, she has the potential to lead her community.