Home Meah Orphanage Faces Closure

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Africa Wild Trails supports Home Meah, a non-profit organisation providing care for abandoned, abused and neglected babies in the Newcastle town of KwaZulu Natal Province, South Africa.

Their mission statement being:

“A home for today and a future for tomorrow”

and they say a healthy society starts with babies and children who are being nurtured while experiencing care and residing in a safe environment.

The facility renders a much-needed service in taking care of abandoned, abused and neglected babies from the wider area. The home is registered to accommodate 15 babies from birth to two years old, and is always at capacity, with weekly requests for admissions. It also provides job opportunities for six full time and two part-time staff members.

At this time, the home receives subsidies from Department of Social Development; nevertheless has a monthly financial shortfall of £400 and faces closure as a result. It is only due to the kindness of local people and businesses that this vital facility is still open.

Africa Wild Trails is keen to find crucial finding for the project.

Please contact: info@africawildtrails.com if you would like to make a donation to help these children.

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