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The twin brothers form a part of the 310 foster children falling under the Engo Foster Care Project. Their parents were unable to care for them, and they were placed in the foster care of their paternal grandparents. As part of their care, they receive play therapy from the social worker. Your contribution will enable […]

4 July 2018

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Finding your true identity

When the birth of a child is not registered, that person cannot receive an Identity document.Engo is helping this lady to obtain an identification document so the she can apply for a Child Support Grant for her 11-year old daughter. She also receives maize meal and clothing from Engo. But, best of all, she has […]

4 July 2018

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U-turn on the streets

This boy’s father is deceased and his mother has no steady income. After joining the street child project, he has been reunited with his family and has become a motivated and successful learner at school. Apart from his daily meal, clothing, shoes, toiletries and school necessities, he also receives structured homework help under the supervision […]

4 July 2018

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Lost and found

MofolaLebina was orphaned at a young age and raised by his grandmother in impoverished circumstances. He joined the Tshokolo-e-fedile drop in centre, where he received support and training, and experienced a sense of being loved and respected. After obtaining a matric certificate he gained further qualifications, including a Horticulture Certificate, an Occupational Health and Safety […]

4 July 2018

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Building hope, piece by piece

A family of 11 members without a fixed income live together in one ramshackle house. The father earns a basic living with piece jobs. At present he is doing recycling, with the help of his son. The mother of the family takes in laundry. They receive a child grant of only R800 per month, in […]

4 July 2018

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Kalahari, as he prefers to be called, is on a journey through Africa. He says that he is travelling under the auspices of Ethiopia Mission. All his worldly possessions are in the trolley. After initially refusing shelter, he at last agreed… in the bitterly cold winter months… to stay over in the overnight facilities of […]

6 June 2018

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Taking back our children! Engo Family Care Street Child Project currently has 48 children in their care. They receive hot, balanced meals, clothes, blankets and stationery. There is a 100% successful return into the school system. As seen here, they connect with a father figure at the centre. He offers emotional support and life skills […]

6 June 2018

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The homecoming. This mother’s children have been placed in a Youth Care Centre, where they are flourishing. But the very best part of their lives is coming home! Thanks to the efforts of ENGO Family Care Senekal, this little family now has a permanent place to stay, and so the children can come home every […]

6 June 2018

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During 2017 Engo Family Care and Bophelo Community Centre provided 28 800 children with a balanced, hot meal; 95 vagrants were housed and fed; 12 families received groceries and 530 people were clothed. Without YOUR support this work will come to a standstill during 2018.

6 June 2018

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New beginnings… After a struggle lasting more than 8 years, the staff of Engo were recently able to obtain an ID document for this boy. Rescued from a life of despair, he was placed in a children’s home but still visits his parents whenever possible. He is excited about resuming his schooling this year. Alcoholism […]

6 June 2018

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Please donate and give hope and warmth to others. Keep an eye on this page, as we also run various competition throughout the year.

Watch Lerato’s story of hope. This is only one shining example of a success story enabled by the intervention of Engo Family Care, Senekal.

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